Bond et al have shown by metaanalysis that the classification of ischemic events into different categories such as ocular TIA, cerebral TIA, and cerebral infarction leads to differences in surgical operative risk and benefit.
Among myasthenia gravis patients who are seronegative (SNMG) for acetylcholine receptor antibodies (AchR Ab), up to 70% demonstrate positivity for IgG antimuscle-specific kinase (MuSK) antibodies. How do they differ clinically from SNMG patients negative for both AchR Ab and MuSK Ab?
Insulin Plus Metformin vs Triple Oral Therapy in Type 2 Diabetes; ARB
and ACE-I in Diabetic Nephropathy; Low-Glycemic Index Diets and
Diabetes; Ultralow-Dose Estrogen and Bone in Older Women; Effect of
Intensity of Oral Anticoagulation in Atrial Fibrillation; Patient
Knowledge and Awareness of Hypertension