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‘Doctor, I Think That I Might Be Having a Heart Attack’

In this issue of The American Journal of Medicine, Kahn et al report on closely observed and studied patients with eosinophilic esophagitis who presented with exertional chest discomfort that might have led to a diagnosis of angina, or possibly even myocardial infarction. This is one more entity in a long list of diseases that can […]

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A Decade of Work and Progress

2015 marks the 10th anniversary of the current editor, editorial board, and our management administration. We have been extraordinarily gratified by the many healthcare workers, physicians, nurses, and specialized technical personnel who have contacted us with mostly positive comments during our tenure with The American Journal of Medicine. Yes, there have been some irate letters […]

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Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Anticoagulation

  The American Journal of Medicine’s website not only includes links to decades of articles published by the Journal, it also includes continuing medical education (CME) modules and multimedia resources centers on specific topics. Check out the articles, clinical trials, and video at the Anticoagulation Resource Center on our website.

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CME: Multiple Sclerosis Management

Novel Therapeutics in Multiple Sclerosis Management: Clinical Applications Multiple sclerosis (MS) affects an estimated 300,000 individuals in the United States. No cure exists and while there is a lack of consensus on management, strategies to modify disease course are available. These strategies involve initiating disease modifying therapies that have been found to slow disease progression […]

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Women’s Health Resource Center

The American Journal of Medicine’s website not only includes links to decades of articles published by the Journal, it also includes continuing medical education (CME) modules and multimedia resources centers on specific topics. Check out the articles, clinical trials, and video at the Cardiovascular Disease and Women’s Health Resource Center Center on our website.

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