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Mansur Khan is a physician of internal medicine at Kaiser's Lancaster Medical Offices.
She and her coinvestigators conducted a survey that garnered responses from a random national sample of 414 second--and third-year residents, in internal medicine.
Among the 137 practices that had at least one physician who reported seeing adolescents and were not missing office staff or physician responses to service provision questions in either the mail or the telephone survey, significantly greater proportions of family medicine and internal medicine practices (71-97%) than of pediatric practices (43-80%) reported that pelvic examinations, contraceptive services and STD testing were available to adolescents.
area, telling them they must select a new primary-care physician if the one they use is a specialist in internal medicine.
There are many reasons why medical students aren't choosing to train in general internal medicine in greater numbers (see ASIM's March 1993 white paper, "Rebuilding Primary Care: A Blueprint for the Future").
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Sunir Kumar, co-founder and Chief Editor of Knowmedge states "The High-Yield Internal Medicine Board Review Pearls eBook is an excellent resource filled with must-know information for any internal medicine exam.
Khasawneh studied medicine at Jordan University of Science & Technology and was an internal medicine residency at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit.
Eric Nelson, internal medicine physician and heart specialist, has joined the Marlborough Hospital staff.
The training emphasis on inpatient care for internal medicine residents and on outpatient care for family practice residents appears to determine how prepared both groups are to manage common adult conditions.
Two years ago, Monroe, a doctor of internal medicine, moved from clinical practice to the fledgling hospitalist program at Kaiser's Panorama City facility, which has three regular hospitalists and two rotating hospitalists.
The good news is that a new study published in the Archives of Internal Medicine compared the efficacy and tolerability of the old with the new--ibuprofen (COX-1 and -2) and rofecoxib (COX-2 only).

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