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This retrospective study supports consideration of azathioprine when other efficacious treatments have been exhausted.
The combination of dextromethorphan and quinidine appears promising for management of aggression in Alzheimer’s patients.
The greatest improvements in bone mineral density were seen in women who were assigned initially to a combination of denosumab and teriparatide and then switched to denosumab monotherapy.
This data review would support using angiotensin-converting-enzyme inhibitors preferentially over angiotensin II receptor blockers in most patients with hypertension.
Our currently defined levels of “normal” for uric acid may have to be reconsidered.
An inter-arm systolic blood pressure difference of as little as 10 mmHg was associated with a doubling of the risk for peripheral arterial disease.