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The Top 10 Pulmonary Pearls for Primary Care Physicians

Eric J Kwoh, Casey Y Kaneshiro, Neil M Paige, Jaime Betancourt
Mayo Clinic Proceedings 2018, 93 (8): 1131-1138
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Pulmonary diseases are commonly encountered by primary care physicians in the outpatient setting. Despite their prevalence, many physicians may be unfamiliar with the diagnosis and appropriate management of these disorders. The evidence-based pearls in this article will help primary care physicians navigate important topics in pulmonary medicine and guide their decision to refer their patients to a pulmonary specialist.

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