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Featured Articles

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Cover Story

From too little to too much

From too little to too much

By Stacey Butterfield

Experts struggle to find the optimal venous thromboembolism prophylaxis strategy.

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Infectious disease

When it could be Ebola…

When it could be Ebola…

By Stacey Butterfield

There are lots of differential diagnoses, too.

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Conference Coverage

The current and future state of stroke treatment

By Jessica Berthold

Insight from UCSF's Management of the Hospitalized Patient conference.

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Common curbside consults in infectious disease

By Jessica Berthold

Most popular questions revealed at UCSF conference.

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SGLT2 inhibitors change the dynamic of glucose and kidneys

By Stacey Butterfield

Kidney Week session discusses new class of diabetes drugs.

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The Brief Case

Cases from Baystate Medical Center

By Jin Kim, MD; Jorge A. Velez Garza, MD, ACP Resident/Fellow Member; Anita Mulye, MD; Anna Stepczynski, MD, ACP Resident/Fellow Member; Tara Lagu, MD; Thomas Chin, MBBS; Jaime Hernandez, MD, MPH, FACP; Abid Shah, MD; Alexandra Marchetta, MD; Christine Bryson, DO; and Gina Luciano, MD, FACP

Chlorpromazine-induced hepatitis, the Brugada pattern, persistent breast erythema, and more.

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Success Story

Testing a secure, group texting app

By Stacey Butterfield

Pilot project shows use of the app is contagious among general medicine team members.

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Perspectives

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Newman's Notions

The case of the undulant ungulate

The case of the undulant ungulate

By Martin van Zykl, MD, Jamie Newman, MD, FACP

A graduate student discovers the dangers of gourmet roadkill.

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Clinical Medicine

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Research Update

Recent Research

From staff reports

Scoring systems for pleural effusions, NSAIDs and VTE risk, and more.

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Departments

Letter from the Editor

Coding Corner: Encephalopathy

In the News: From the archives of ACP HospitalistWeekly

Residents' Page: Improving teamwork through the selection of medical trainees

FDA Update: Recalls and approvals

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