Journal Watch

Vol.
27
No.
3
Feb.
1
2007

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Journal Watch : the new england journal of medicine

February 1 2007.

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how long to take alendronate for osteoporosis; mammograms beginning at age 40, mortality reduced but not conclusively; mammographic density and breast cancer; trastuzmab reduces 2 year mortality in early breast cancer; does estrogen only postmenopausal therapy increase breast cancer risk; black cohosh and other botanicals for menopausal symptoms, no effect; serious complications of colonoscopy are not rare; early ercp vs conservative management in gallstone pancreatitis; adefovir for chronic hepatitis b, long term follow up; initial antiretroviral therapy, a two class combination is optimal; cost effectiveness analysis supports expanded hiv screening; how helpful is routine viral culture of csf ; predicting bacterial meningitis in children; when to switch from iv to oral antibiotics in severe community acquired pneumonia; influenza vaccine for nursing home staff benefits patients; new PET scanning technique identifies patients with mild cognitive impairment; predictive value of natriuretic peptide in coronary heart disease; predicting outcome after acute coronary syndrome; dopamine agonists and cardiac valvular disease; steroids don't help nonradicular low back pain; functional hypothalalamic amenorrhea is associated with disordered eating; ppis and risk for hip fracture.

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February 1 2007.

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how long to take alendronate for osteoporosis; mammograms beginning at age 40, mortality reduced but not conclusively; mammographic density and breast cancer; trastuzmab reduces 2 year mortality in early breast cancer; does estrogen only postmenopausal therapy increase breast cancer risk; black cohosh and other botanicals for menopausal symptoms, no effect; serious complications of colonoscopy are not rare; early ercp vs conservative management in gallstone pancreatitis; adefovir for chronic hepatitis b, long term follow up; initial antiretroviral therapy, a two class combination is optimal; cost effectiveness analysis supports expanded hiv screening; how helpful is routine viral culture of csf ; predicting bacterial meningitis in children; when to switch from iv to oral antibiotics in severe community acquired pneumonia; influenza vaccine for nursing home staff benefits patients; new PET scanning technique identifies patients with mild cognitive impairment; predictive value of natriuretic peptide in coronary heart disease; predicting outcome after acute coronary syndrome; dopamine agonists and cardiac valvular disease; steroids don't help nonradicular low back pain; functional hypothalalamic amenorrhea is associated with disordered eating; ppis and risk for hip fracture.

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520 Summary   $a Summary, etc. note  how long to take alendronate for osteoporosis; mammograms beginning at age 40, mortality reduced but not conclusively; mammographic density and breast cancer; trastuzmab reduces 2 year mortality in early breast cancer; does estrogen only postmenopausal therapy increase breast cancer risk; black cohosh and other botanicals for menopausal symptoms, no effect; serious complications of colonoscopy are not rare; early ercp vs conservative management in gallstone pancreatitis; adefovir for chronic hepatitis b, long term follow up; initial antiretroviral therapy, a two class combination is optimal; cost effectiveness analysis supports expanded hiv screening; how helpful is routine viral culture of csf ; predicting bacterial meningitis in children; when to switch from iv to oral antibiotics in severe community acquired pneumonia; influenza vaccine for nursing home staff benefits patients; new PET scanning technique identifies patients with mild cognitive impairment; predictive value of natriuretic peptide in coronary heart disease; predicting outcome after acute coronary syndrome; dopamine agonists and cardiac valvular disease; steroids don't help nonradicular low back pain; functional hypothalalamic amenorrhea is associated with disordered eating; ppis and risk for hip fracture.
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