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  • Prurigo Nodularis Lenalidomide as a single treatment can be an option for patients with prurigo nodularis that is recalcitrant to thalidomide and other therapies.
  • Case: Age 78, Delirium? A 78-year-old man with overall good health, except for symptoms of moderate benign prostatic hypertrophy, presents after becoming unable to pass urine. What is the most likely diagnosis?
  • Breast Cancer ACOG guidelines now include options for the initiation and frequency of screening mammography in women at average risk for breast cancer, with selection to be made through shared decision-making between clinician and patient.
  • Quiz: Melanoma Although melanomas were once considered uncommon, annual incidence has increased dramatically over the past few decades. Test yourself with our quick quiz.
  • Nailbed Injuries In a study of point-of-care ultrasonography in patients presenting to the emergency department with distal finger trauma, sensitivity was 93.4% and specificity was 100% for diagnosing nailbed injury.
  • Scabies Japanese guidelines cite phenothrin lotion and oral ivermectin as first-line therapy for scabies, whereas German guidelines list permethrin as first-line therapy.