Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) affects 15% of the population. They are a challenging group whose care can often be frustrating. This activity will explain why the diagnosis of IBS in 2020 is no longer a “diagnosis of exclusion”.
Between Thanksgiving and the winter holidays, clinic has been busier than ever with patients making last-minute appointments for sick visits. Some of your patients have been cycling in and out of clinic for weeks, toggling between upper respiratory symptoms and gastrointestinal illnesses. For example, when you last saw Mark three weeks ago, he had been sick with a fever, runny nose, and cough.
This course features 20 sessions designed to update primary care clinicians in rapidly changing therapeutic areas. The emphasis is on practical and useful information for clinical practice. Topics include: Cardiology, Diabetes, Endocrinology, Gastroenterology, Hepatology, Infectious Disease, Nephrology, Psychiatry, Pulmonology, Rheumatology, and Women’s Health.
Dr. Able discusses a recent patient who suffers from Abdominal Migraine and the treatment options. An abdominal migraine is a condition that mainly occurs in children who are between five and nine years of age, although not often, it can also occur in adults.