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This free eBook contains 50 high-yield ABIM-style practice questions to help internists prepare for board certification or recertification.
Those who received their care from an internist or specialist were slightly older, had a greater illness burden, had a higher income, and were more likely to live in urban areas, he said.
Steven Taback has a framed photo of Yeneneh Betru, who was a 35-year-old internist when he died as a passenger on American Airlines Flight 77 on Sept.
53%), whereas a greater proportion of internists (95%) than of family practitioners (78%) or obstetrician-gynecologists (86%) believe that HIV testing should be part of standard prenatal testing without pretest counseling or informed consent.
Thus, a knowledgeable, interested internist might be a better choice than an uninterested gynecologist.
Two Seattle general internists established the first concierge practice in 1996.
My concern is that the school director appears to have little or no understanding of eating problems, based on her recommendation that all the girl needs is a visit to an internist and nutritionist.
Care Choices' Web site states that members must select a primary-care physician, and that physician could bean internist.