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Atypical glandular cells of undetermined significance and adenocarcinoma in situ: summoning colposcopic expertise?
In comparison with cervical squamous neoplasia, glandular cell neoplasia is uncommon. The evaluation of a patient with atypical glandular cells of undetermined significance is challenging becauseExpand
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Taking the edge off: why patients choose St. John's Wort.
BACKGROUND The number of visits to alternative medicine practitioners in this country is estimated at 425 million, which is more than the number of visits to allopathic primary care physicians inExpand
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Medical students as health coaches.
OBJECTIVES The purpose of this project was to teach students how to work effectively with patients in the area of health-behavior change. As part of the patient-doctor course, first-year medicalExpand
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Use of the Emotional Quotient Inventory in medical education.
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The current state of colonoscopy training in family medicine residency programs.
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES The US Preventive Services Task Force has recommended that all adults ages 50 and over be screened for colorectal cancer. Colonoscopy is the most accurate screeningExpand
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The current state of flexible sigmoidoscopy training in family medicine residency programs.
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES The US Preventive Services Task Force has recommended that adults ages 50 and over be screened for colorectal cancer. Flexible sigmoidoscopy (FS) is one available screeningExpand
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CRYOTHERAPY OF DERMAL ABNORMALITIES
Cryotherapy of the skin is a technique that has been used by physicians since the early twentieth century. The equipment, techniques, and indications have been refined considerably since these earlyExpand
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Office procedures. Cryotherapy of dermal abnormalities.
Cryotherapy of dermal abnormalities is a commonly used technique in the field of primary care. To perform cryotherapy effectively, one must understand the principles of cryoablation and how theyExpand
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Evaluating perceptions of community-based physicians from a high-retention clerkship.
OBJECTIVE This study's objective was to ascertain factors contributing to high retention of community-based sites and their physicians in a 3-decade-old family medicine clerkship. METHODS FocusExpand
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Caffeine consumption and the risk of spontaneous abortions.