D’Silva and coauthors assess the diagnostic accuracy of symptoms, questionnaires, and studies in the diagnosis of bladder outlet obstruction.
In a randomized controlled trial involving participants with hip osteoarthritis, Bennell and coauthors compared physical therapy with a sham treatment. They found that physical therapy did not result in greater improvement after 10 treatment sessions over 12 weeks at the 13- and 36-week follow-up.
This JAMA Clinical Guidelines Synopsis summarizes the American Gastroenterological Association’s 2013 guideline on evaluation and treatment of patients with constipation.
After analyzing 80 articles, Morris and coauthors report that recent studies demonstrat a lesser role for aggressive antibiotic or surgical intervention for recurrent or chronic diverticulitis.