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An analysis of data from the Rochester Epidemiology Project suggests those with breast cancer or lymphoma who received treatment with anthracycline therapy experienced a more than doubling in risk of heart failure compared to controls without cancer.
Our latest endocrine case report from Brady Pregerson, MD, features a patient in their mid-60’s presenting to the hospital with approximately 2 days of gradually worsening right elbow pain. Can you determine the correct diagnosis?
While 20% of the patient population had a Fib-4 index greater than 1.3, including 1 case of a Fib-4 index greater than 2.67, the investigators did not identify a significant increase in Fib-4 index in patients with fatty liver compared to those who did not develop fatty liver.
In recognition of Go Red for Women Day on February 3, this feature shines a spotlight on the hurdles faced by women in cardiology and offers perspective on the battle for gender-based equity in medicine from the perspective of a pair of female leaders.
“Reversing and preventing adverse lifestyle factors could potentially reduce the incidence and burden of rheumatoid arthritis, as well as alleviate its comorbidities,” investigators hypothesized.
Investigators measured pain intensity, the primary outcome, as well as physical function, isometric strength, quality of life, and fibromyalgia impact at baseline and the 6-month mark.
On February 2, Abbott announced their FlexAbility™ Ablation Catheter, Sensor Enabled had received an expanded approval from the US Food and Drug Administration and their TactiFlex™ Ablation Catheter, Sensor Enabled received a CE Mark.
"Despite advances in SCD management and high-risk pregnancy care, at the national level, outcomes in this population have not improved since the last NIS analysis of data from 1999 to 2008," investigators write.