The mean value of payments to oncologists increased over time, as did the percentage of oncologists accepting industry payments.
Advanced glycation end products (AGE) are a factor in diabetic end-organ damage and several diabetic complications. Investigators studied whether measuring AGE with skin autofluorescence (SAF) could predict diabetic complications.
Investigators assessed the associations between body mass index and risk for early-onset colorectal neoplasia among younger adults.
Continued approval required further verification and description of clinical benefit in confirmatory trials.
Patients who receive more frequent anti-VEGF injections for diabetic macular edema have a marginally higher death risk, research shows.
A patient presenting with dizziness undergoes a thorough workup to identify a peripheral or central cause of vertigo.
The approach improved risk assessment compared with 2021 USPSTF screening criteria.
Consensus statements regarding sunscreen use and the associated risks from sun exposure have been developed by a panel of experts.
According to a statement issued by The Endocrine Society, racial and ethnic disparities can impact endocrinology at the patient, professional, and clinical research levels, calling for a more aggressive, collaborative approach to address these issues.
During a season predominated by 2 vaccine-mismatched viruses, vaccination was estimated to reduce the risk of life-threatening influenza illness by 75%.
Contact lens wearers should undergo full meibomian gland evaluations, according to a literature review.
ACAAI Asthma Committee Chair Dr Jon Romeo predicts novel monoclonal antibodies and an emphasis on precision medicine could transform asthma care in 2022.
Researchers assessed the off-label use of cardiovascular medications in a home therapy setting for children with congenital or acquired heart disease.
Cancer therapies have benefits beyond simple cosmetic repairs, with significant influence on patient outcomes that improve quality of life in many domains including physical, emotional, and social.
Investigators evaluated whether maximum body mass index before onset of type 2 diabetes could predict progressive diabetic retinopathy or diabetic nephropathy in patients with type 2 diabetes.
Patients with an etiology of retinal vein occlusion have worse visual acuity 1 year after treatment with a drainage device than patients with proliferative diabetic retinopathy.
The method identified solid tumors in patients with nonspecific symptoms.
Researchers assessed the effect of patients’ psychosocial characteristics on disease activity and remission during the early course of rheumatoid arthritis.
Dennis R. Leahy, MD, shares his POV on the value of making Lp(a) testing universal, not only to inform patients and their clinicians of the high CV risks, but to make way for potential treatments.
The relationship between obesity and sunburn diagnosed during a medical examination is examined.