Your NEJM Group Today: Postprandial Acute Chest Pain Case / Mortality Benefits of Prostate Cancer Screening? / Maine Family Medicine Opportunity — Physician’s First Watch
Your NEJM Group Today: Postprandial Acute Chest Pain Case / Mortality Benefits of Prostate Cancer Screening? / Maine Family Medicine Opportunity
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Take a look at today's offering from NEJM Group:
NEJM Clinical Practice Center: Case Record: A 32-year-old man presented to the emergency department for the abrupt onset of postprandial chest pain. Several hours earlier, he had eaten pizza in his apartment. Less than 1 hour later, while he was at rest and watching television, "crushing" pain, diaphoresis, dyspnea, and nausea developed. Find out the diagnosis at the link below.
NEJM Journal Watch General Medicine: Dr. Allan Brett examines a recent study that attempted to reconcile the disparate results of two large prostate cancer screening trials.
NEJM CareerCenter: Central Maine Medical Center, a growing regional referral center in Lewiston, is looking for a family practitioner to join its expanding practice.