That's because internal medicine has no space there (I mean internal medicine as a primary field; cardiology and gastroenterology certainly do).
It's possible to diagnose and treat gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) without spending a lot of money, Seth Gross, MD, reassured attendees at a precourse on gastroenterology during Internal Medicine 2014, ... Gross, an assistant professor of
We have, it seems, moved on from acknowledging it takes a village to raise a human being. We are well into the realm of realization that it ...
There was an unusual sports story in the news last week. Hall-of-fame slugger Harmon Killebrew announced that he's ending his medical tre...
You are dealing with a phenomenon of a needle in a haystack, said Prateek Sharma, FACP, professor of medicine and gastroenterology at the University of Kansas School of Medicine. ... John Marshall, MD, professor of medicine in the division of
We gastroenterologists are regularly summoned to bring light into dark places. We are the enlightened ones who illuminate anatomical shadows...
Fewer splenectomies are being done, but thromboembolic disease afterward is now more recognized and therefore being diagnosed more frequently.
Although Dr. Ehrlich learned more about abdominal wall pain during his gastroenterology fellowship, he said new physicians still seem uninformed. ... Greenbaum, MD, FACP, in the American Journal of Gastroenterology, Dr. Meyer began injecting patients
Finally, the purists out there who require demonstration of efficacy by a randomized clinical trial before attempting a novel therapy can no...
Part six, clinical conditions in the inpatient setting, differs from textbooks that review major disciplines in internal medicine, such as cardiology, gastroenterology, and infectious disease, in that the focus is entirely