Rachel A Mann

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Pain in the foot has many causes. A careful history and physical examination, radiographs, and laboratory data usually yield the correct diagnosis so that specific treatment can be directed toward the problem to help relieve the patient's pain. Rarely is surgery necessary. Good conservative management usually produces a satisfactory clinical response.
INTRODUCTION For veterans struggling with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), symptomatic control often requires multiple psychotropic agents. We describe a case in which a young veteran experienced recurrent priapism while receiving treatment for PTSD with several medications, most notably trazodone and prazosin. CASE DESCRIPTION Our patient presented(More)
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