It seems like vitamin D is always being studied, but what’s actually proven? When, if ever, should we check a level of 25-OH-D? And how many minutes of sun exposure have you got so far today?
How do screening recommendations differ in women based on menopausal status? What about men? And when should we look at Z-scores instead of T-scores?
What are the classic symptoms? What’s the deal with HRT? And is there anything else we can do to try to control vasomotor symptoms?
How often is hypothyroidism ASYMPTOMATIC in kids? What other labs should we watch for in this population? And what are some pearls for adjusting levothyroxine?
How do SGLT2 inhibitors work? What’s the evidence for their use in patients with heart failure? And is it me or are these drugs just impossible to pronounce? Ok ok, it’s me.
What’s the difference between thyrotoxicosis and hyperthyroidism? What exam maneuvers can we utilize in hyperthyroidism? What’s neonatal Graves disease?
How does the presentation of hypothyroidism vary by age? Do you know your thyroid “M&Ms”?
How good are we at palpating thyroid nodules? What features of a thyroid nodule are concerning for malignancy?
To understand how estrogen/progestin-based contraception works, we need to review the roles these hormones have in the menstrual cycle.
Just how common is primary aldosteronism anyway? Is an aldosterone-renin ratio the best screening test for primary aldosteronism, or is it something else? How often should we think about screening?