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    Abscesses

    A subcutaneous abscess is a collection of purulent material (pus) located in the subcutaneous tissue.

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    Acne vulgaris

    Co-management guidelines of diagnosis and treatment of acne vulgaris in PDF form.

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    Acute Abnormal Uterine Bleeding

    AUB is abnormal endometrial bleeding in the absence of pelvic pathology.

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    Acute Bacterial Rhinosinusitis

    ABRS is a secondary bacterial infection. Preceding primary conditions include: viral upper respiratory infection (URI), allergic rhinitis, anatomic obstructing conditions, nasal dryness, dental issues, local irritation, immunodeficiency and sudden change in atmospheric pressure. It is estimated that less than 2% of acute sinusitis cases are likely bacterial, although as many as 92% of patients receive antibiotics.

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    ADHD PDF

    Co-management guidelines for ADHD in PDF form.

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    ADHD web

    Co-management guidelines for ADHD.

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    Allergy and asthma

    Allergy and asthma videos on exercise induced shortness of breath, reactions to food and testing, and treating a penicillin allergy.

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    Anaphylaxis

    Anaphylaxis is a severe, life threatening, multisystem allergic reaction which is rapid in onset, usually non anticipated, and which may quickly lead to death.

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    Anemia PDF

    Co-management guidelines for anemia in PDF form.

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    Anemia web

    Co-management guidelines for anemia.

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