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PCI Minus Surgical Backup Gets More Support

Community hospitals without surgical services can safely perform percutaneous coronary intervention in low-risk patients -- and not refuse higher-risk patients either, the MASS COMM trial found.

Drug Gets Better, but Pricey, Basal Cell Ca Results

MIAMI BEACH -- Surgical removal of basal cell carcinoma lesions resulted in smaller cosmetic defects in patients who received neoadjuvant vismodegib, according to results of a small clinical series, but the cost of the treatment was high.

Clues Found for Disparity in Botox Facial Dose

Upper facial muscles require substantially greater paralysis than lower facial muscles to achieve the desired aesthetic appearance in patients with wrinkles, necessitating higher doses of onabotulinum toxin A, a study suggested.

FDA OKs New Silicone Gel Breast Implant

WASHINGTON -- The FDA has approved a new silicone gel breast implant for augmentation and reconstruction of women's breast tissue.

Studies Back Drug to Trim Double Chin

An injectable drug that disrupts fat cell membranes effectively reduced fat deposits under the chin in two phase III studies.

New Hour Rules Not Necessarily Helping Interns

´╗┐New duty hour regulations meant to limit fatigue and promote patient safety haven't improved outcomes for surgical interns, researchers found.

Breast Lift, Implant Safe Together

A combined mastopexy and augmentation -- preferred by many women seeking breast plastic surgery -- is as safe as doing the two procedures separately, according to a retrospective, single-center analysis.

The 17% Solution for Primary Care?

What does the commercial insurance industry's loss ratio have to do with primary care? Medscape Family Medicine

Siltuximab: First-Ever Drug for Castleman's Disease

The FDA has approved the first-ever drug treatment for Castleman's disease, a rare blood disorder similar to lymphoma. Medscape Medical News

Vitamin D No Help in Fall Risk, Large Meta-Analysis Shows

Meta-analysis of 20 studies shows vitamin D supplements do not reduce the risk of falling in the elderly. Medscape Medical News

Spinal Corticosteroids Run Risk of Severe Neuro Effects

The FDA has announced that injections given to treat neck and back pain and radiating pain in the arms and legs may result, on rare occasions, in blindness, stroke, paralysis, and death. News Alerts

Are Medication Overuse Headaches Associated With NSAIDs?

Why can NSAID use for headache pain sometimes be too much of a good thing? Medscape Pharmacists

Factoring in Statin 'Disutility' Changes Treatment Decisions

The inconvenience of taking a statin for life, the so-called "disutility" to the patients, should be factored in with the lifespan gained from treatment, which reduces with age. Heartwire

The US Healthcare System vs The US Postal Service

George Lundberg uses an 11-item scorecard to compare the efficiency, cost-effectiveness, and populism of US healthcare and the US Postal Service. Medscape Internal Medicine