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National Bone Marrow Transplant Link

The nbmtLink is a non-profit organization specifically serving stem cell transplant (SCT) patients, their caregivers, families, and health professionals. In 1992, the nbmtLink was founded by those who had experienced the gap in information and support services for SCT patients and were inspired to establish an organization dedicated to meet these needs.

Chorea Gravidarum Article by Tarakad S Ramachandran, MD

Last Updated: August 9, 2005 Chorea gravidarum (CG) is the term given to chorea occurring during pregnancy. This is not an etiologically or pathologically distinct morbid entity but a generic term for chorea of any cause starting during pregnancy. Chorea is an involuntary abnormal movement, characterized by abrupt, brief, nonrhythmic, nonrepetitive movement of any limb, often associated with nonpatterned facial grimaces. CG is regarded as a syndrome rather than a specific disease entity.

Management of peripheral arterial disease in the elderly

Jan 1, 2007 By: Wilbert S. Aronow, MD Geriatrics

Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo


Evaluation of Syncope

Am Fam Physician 2005;72:1492-500. Copyright © 2005 American Academy of Family Physicians.

Microscopic Polyangiitis


Interactive Sleep Test


American Academy of Endocrinologists

They give guidelines for treatment

Thrombophlebitis

A MEDLINE Plus site with links to information and studies

ACOG Guidelines on Endometrial Ablation

Endometrial ablation refers to minimally invasive surgical procedures that treat abnormal uterine bleeding in select women who have no desire for fertility. In its guidelines for endometrial ablation, the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) compare standard resectoscopic endometrial ablation with nonresectoscopic endometrial ablation techniques and devices. ACOG also reviewed the indications, effectiveness, safety, and limitations of endometrial ablation. Copyright © 2008 by the American Academy of Family Physicians.

Managing menorrhagia


Asthma


Vertigo: What You Should Know

Copyright © 2006 American Academy of Family Physicians.

Does phlebotomy contribute to changes in hemoglobin and hematocrit levels in hospitalized patients?

The typical patient admitted for a 6-day hospitalization will have 75 mL of blood drawn, and this will reduce his or her hemoglobin level by 0.79 g/dL and hematocrit by 2.1 percentage points. As a result, one in six patients will become anemic as a result of blood draws.

Your Thyroid Gland Central


Intermittent Pneumatic Compression of the Foot and Calf May Help in Arterial Claudication CME


Fibromyalgia/CFIDS Health Center

Fibromyalgia affects an estimated 5.8 million Americans, and 500,000 more live with chronic fatigue syndrome. Here you'll find in-depth information about fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome, their symptoms, pain relief, and promising treatments. Plus, find daily help in our online support groups.

OsteoArthritis Research Society International: OARSI


Asthma from Veritas Medicine


The Mnire's Page

page last updated November 2005

AllThyroid.org

Resources for people with Thyroid Problems

Neuromyelitis Optica

Whether neuromyelitis optica (NMO), the co-occurrence of myelitis and optic neuritis, is a variant of multiple sclerosis (MS) or a unique disease is controversial. Distinct neuropathological features and a fulminant clinical course argue in favor of NMO as a distinct disease. However, the combination of neurological impairments of myelitis and optic neuritis occurs in patients with several inflammatory disorders, including multiple sclerosis and collagen vascular diseases. NMO is also associated with certain infectious diseases. The fact that the NMO phenotype occurs in a variety of disease states suggests that NMO does not represent a specific clinical entity. To better understand NMO and its associations with recognized diseases, a systematic review of the literature using MEDLINE was conducted. The history of NMO, its nosology, associations with other diseases, and current concepts of its pathogenesis and treatment is reviewed in this article.

Common Variable ImmunoDeficiency


What You Should Know About Endometerial Ablation

The Female Patient. 12/2005

Treatment of Vertigo

Treatment of Vertigo - March 15, 2005 - American Family Physician


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