Supervising learners as they communicate often places faculty preceptors in a classic educational dilemma. What should a preceptor do when the learner is not communicating well and is not asking for help?
The authors describe an extreme case of ciprofloxacin deposition on the corneal graft of a 67-year-old man with a history of penetrating keratoplasty for corneal ulcer and perforation, who presented with dense, gray deposits on the anterior cornea
Systematic review is typically viewed in the health sciences as the most objective--that is, rigorous, transparent, and reproducible--method for summarizing the results of research.
Marmosets were trained on a task involving simultaneous and successive visual discrimination performance where responses were required on all trials. Performance of this task was not affected by low doses of amphetamine.