CASE STUDY OF THE MONTH
|Case Study: What's Accelerating These Diabetic Complications?
Mrs. S came into the office because she was too tired to do her household chores. She had lost weight and was "really afraid there's something wrong."
A 63-year-old woman is evaluated for thick, pebbly, warty skin changes on her lower legs. Her past medical history is ...
A patient, aged 50 years, presented with complaints of bumps on her chest, behind her ears, and in her ear ...
A patient, aged 65 years, presented with complaints of blisters on his hands and arms for several weeks. He ...
A patient was born encased in a membrane, which gave the infant the appearance of being wrapped in a clear, ...
A 35-year-old woman presents complaining about the appearance of her tongue. She said she had never really been bothered by ...
Heavy metal exposure from a patient's well water accelerated multisystem damage associated with diabetes.
A man tells the orthopedics clinic staff about odd sensations in his hand a week after a car accident.
Are hormonal changes to blame, or something else?
A "bruise" from a minor injury continues to linger for weeks.
Despite adhering to lifestyle modifications, a woman's glycemic control remains inadequate.