- Clinical Essentials from JAMA
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Study sheds new light on long-term outcomes.
Graded risk reduction up to 47% with 12-plus months.
Earlier studies had yielded conflicting evidence.
Rates of childhood obesity and T2DM are rising.
Lidocaine has also been shown to reduce opioid consumption.
Risk of breast cancer death was higher among diabetic vs nondiabetic women.
Previously frozen embryos have been associated with fewer complications, better neonatal outcomes.
Incretin users had significantly fewer cardiovascular events.
Mediterranean diet comes out on top.
Sensitivity to estrogen fluctuations during perimenopause is implicated in depression risk.
Test may be unreliable in those with anemia.
Metformin and lactic acidosis association called into question.
Routine laboratory data show utility.
Adiposity may affect oocyte and embryo quality.
Surgeon-performed US appears vital for diagnosis and accurate staging.