The Canadian Journal of CME
The Canadian Journal of CME, published at least 10 times a year, is aimed at general and family practitioners, as well as most clinical specialists. Its objective is to inform readers about the latest advances in diagnostic techniques and treatment modalities.
June 2014, Volume 26, Number 06
Diagnose a case for your chance to win
Bluish-grey Patches on the Lumbar, Sacral, and Gluteal Regions
Collin Luk BHSc; Alexander K.C. Leung, MBBS, FRCPC, FRCP(UK&Irel),FRCPCH, FAAP
Answers to your questions from our medical experts
• Investigating Failure to Thrive
• Particle Repositioning Therapy for BPPV Patients
• Work-up for Abnormal Left Ventricular Function
• Treatment for Dissociative State
• Effectiveness of Monospot Test
• Clinical Concern When an X-ray Reports Tortuous Aorta
• Discontinuing Statins in a Patient with Ischemic Heart Disease
• Significance of Abnormal B12 Level in the Blood
• Best Iron Replacement Product for Iron Deficiency
• Any Evidence for Dietary Supplements in Autistic Children?
• Starting Oral Prednisone on an Asthmatic Patient
• What are the Most Reliable Biochemical Markers for CVD?
• Should High-risk Groups Be Offered the Shingles Vaccine?
• Blood Pressure Management in Children
• Managing Primary Hyperparathyroidism
• Are Bacterial Supplements Beneficial for Certain Conditions?
• Is Stevioside Recommended for Diabetic Patients?
• Approach to, and Causes of, High Serum Ferritin
• Managing Dysplastic Nevi
• Effectiveness of OCPs in Obese Women
• Changing SSRI Treatment for the Recovery of Jaw Clenching
Illustrated cases with questions to test your diagnostic skills
• Eczematous Plaques around the Lips
• A Bleeding Papule on the Chin
• Brownish Papules on the Thigh
• Righ-sided Throat Pain
• White Patches on the Knee
• Skin Erythema and Fever
Adult Congenital Heart Disease:
What the General Practitioner Should Know
Omid Salehian, MSc, MD, FRCPC, FACC, FAHA
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