A new paper calls for a halt to skin cancer screenings in the general population. Some physicians vehemently disagree.
The social isolation and economic fallout is real. But so is the risk of transmission.
Health care facilities are urging patients back for routine tests, but financial incentives may result in murky motives.
Telemedicine has been vital during the pandemic, but not everyone is equipped for it.
Much like early Lyme testing, the coronavirus is a reminder that diagnostics aren’t perfect.
A look inside the war-torn country’s hospitals shows a serious scarcity of resources and staff.
The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force recommends doctors should ask their patients about all the drugs they use.
For microsurgeons who reattach fingers, ears, and other extremities, leeches remain an invaluable medical device.
Radiologists' unique skill sets could also play a key role.
And that's a conservative estimate.
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