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Cases from the Clinic 2010
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Cases from the Clinic 2010
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My Thanks
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Catalogue of Maladies
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Breast Enlargement
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Next Steps
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D, let's get more info
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Breast Enlargement DDx
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Examination for Gynecomastia
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Conditions Associated with Gynecomastia
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Drugs Associated with Gynecomastia
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Med List
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Meds/Conditions that our Patient Has That Can Cause Gynecomastia or Lipomastia
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Efavirenz Associated Gynecomastia
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Our Patient with Breast Enlargement
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Tale of 2 Utoxs
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Prevalence of Pain in HIV/AIDS
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Utox #1
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His Utox is positive for methamphetamine and amphetamines, You conclude that:
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Utox and Dextroamphetamine (Dexedrine) Answer B
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What if he was taking?
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Summary
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Frida Kahlo lived much of her life in pain and underwent a number of spinal surgeries
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A pt of yours with chronic pain
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His Utox Report
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Based on his Utox that shows positive for morphine, opiates and codeine you conclude that:
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Interpretation of Urine Drug Testing, San Francisco General Hospital Toxicology Laboratory Opiate Metabolism
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A Rash Decision
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Plan to Start New Meds
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Summary of Resistance Mutations Observed
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A Rash Decision
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Advantages of Cell Phone Technology
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Thigh
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Foot
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What About His Rash?
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Answer B is most likely -- DUET Trial Adverse Events
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Rash in DUET
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9/24/2010 Co-receptor Tropism Assay
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Next Steps
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Sulfonamide Allergy and Cross-Reactivity
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Sulfonamide meds are classified into 3 general groups based on their structure
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Sulfonamide Allergy and Cross-Reactivity-2
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It Takes a Village
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Urgent Care Visit
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Next Steps
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MRSA
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German Village study*
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Risk Factors for Abscesses
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Successful Eradication of SA Abscesses in a German Village with Stringent Decolonization
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What Was Done
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Rifabutin Drug Interactions
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Table 3. Recommendations for Coadministering Antiretroviral Drugs with RIFABUTIN - 2007
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Interaction Report from www.hiv-druginteractions.org
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Recommended Rifabutin Dose May Be Inadequate for TB
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Clinical Infectious Diseases 2009;48:1471-1474
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3 People Who Can't Take Their Meds
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Can't or Won't Take Their Meds
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CD4 and VL
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Not Taking
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HIV and CNS
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Prevalence of Neurocognitive Impairment in Current Treatment Era
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Low CD4+ Count Nadir Associated With HIV-Associated Neurocognitive Disorders
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More on HIV and Aging
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Second Adherence Case
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2nd
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3rd Person Not Taking Her Meds
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Like Poison
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Posttest and evaluation

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