This Rational Clinical Examination systematic review summarizes studies that evaluated the diagnostic accuracy of tests for predicting fluid responsiveness in hemodynamically unstable adult patients to better identify patients who would benefit from further fluid administration.
This Viewpoint discusses ways to improve the physical examination using principles of measurement science and technology development.
This Rational Clinical Examination systematic review summarizes the diagnostic accuracy of physical examination and laboratory findings for diagnosing infectious mononucleosis in adolescent and young adults.
This Rational Clinical Examination systematic review summarizes the accuracy of symptoms and signs for revealing severe intracranial injury in adults with minor head trauma.
This Rational Clinical Examination examines the accuracy of initial history, physical examination, electrocardiogram, and risk scores combined with the first cardiac-specific troponin for diagnosing acute coronary syndrome in the emergency department.
D’Silva and coauthors assess the diagnostic accuracy of symptoms, questionnaires, and studies in the diagnosis of bladder outlet obstruction.
Deane and Murphy report on student attendance and academic performance in undergraduate obstetrics/gynecology clinical rotations.