Keep up to date on the latest medical news at MDLinx - FREE!

  • Stay current on the latest medical literature, research and clinical news
  • MD jobs and physician job search at our new medical job Career Center
  • Receive invitations to paid market research
  • Search Clinical Trials and Medical Conferences

register to view free medical at articles at MDLinx

Follow Us

Posts by category

MDLinx Blog - Medical News and more.

Current Articles | RSS Feed RSS Feed

The Smartest Doctor Challenge


smartest doctor
Take the MDLinx Smartest Doctor challenge to receive current updated information, test your knowledge and compare yourself
with other doctors in your field. It's fun, takes less than a minute and you get national recognition.

  • Each day we will ask 5 questions in that specialty
  • Whoever answers the most questions correctly in the shortest amount of time will be recognized as the Smartest Doctor
  • The quiz changes every day
  • At the end of the month, the person with the most points will be recognized as the Smartest Doctor

smartest family doctorsmartest internistsmartest family physician

Trending Medical Articles

Monday, Apr 7, 2014
Molecular Oral Microbiology, 04/07/2014 Mizutani Y, et al. – Porphyromonas gingivalis is a keystone periodontal pathogen. Histologocally, the gingival tissue in periodontitis shows dense infiltration of plasma cells. However, antigens recognized by antibodies secreted from the immunocytes remain unknown. The enzyme–labeled antigen method was applied to detecting plasma cells...Read More
Monday, Apr 7, 2014
EP Europace, 04/07/2014 Cismaru G, et al. – The most commonly used drug for the facilitation of supraventricular tachycardia (SVT) induction in the electrophysiological (EP) laboratory is isoprenaline. Adrenaline infusion has a high sensitivity (82%) and specificity (100%) for the induction of SVT in patients with prior documented SVT. Therefore, it could serve as an acceptable...Read More
Friday, Apr 4, 2014
Medical Principles and Practice, 04/04/2014 Durmus A, et al. – This study was designed to compare the oxidative stress parameters of patients with polycythemia vera (PV) to those of healthy volunteers and to investigate the probable relationship between vascular events and parameters of oxidative status such as total oxidative status (TOS), total antioxidant status, oxidative stress...Read More
Monday, Apr 7, 2014
Journal of Renal Care, 04/07/2014 Maggioni S, et al. – This study aims to make ABOi and/or HLAi patients suitable for kidney transplantation they need to be desensitised: this strategy is mainly based on rituximab therapy combined with either plasmapheresis (PP) or immunoadsorption (IA). IA can be more efficient than PP because greater plasma volumes can be treated within a single...Read More
Thursday, Mar 27, 2014
Pediatrics, 03/27/2014 Hunziker M, et al. – The authors investigated the prevalence of vesicoureteral reflux (VUR) and renal cortical abnormalities in the sibling population in a large cohort of families with VUR. There is increased risk of renal cortical abnormalities in siblings with a previous UTI, siblings with high–grade VUR, and siblings over age 1 year. This information may...Read More