Posts Tagged ‘antiphospholipid syndrome’

Recurrent Miscarriage

Posted by • October 29th, 2010

The latest article in our Clinical Practice series, “Recurrent Miscarriage,” comes from Drs. D. Ware Branch, Mark Gibson, and Robert M. Silver at the University of Utah Health Sciences Center. Recurrent miscarriage, defined as the loss of three or more consecutive pregnancies, occurs in approximately 1% of couples attempting to bear children. Clinical Pearls • Should women… Read More…

Frontal Encephalopathy

Posted by • April 16th, 2010

Many disorders cause confusional states, ranging from easily reversible medication effects to life-threatening illnesses; often multiple factors coexist in a given patient.The latest Case Record of the Massachusetts General Hospital is A 69-Year-Old Woman with Lethargy, Confusion, and Abnormalities on Brain Imaging. Clinical Pearls • How do frontal-lobe disorders present? Apathy, perseveration, decreased verbal fluency, and gait… Read More…