Author | S. Sam Lim, MD

Articles

Lupus: The Role of the Primary Care Physician. Part 3: Self-Management

October 23, 2012

Article

In managing lupus, the primary care physician's more critical role may be to support and encourage the patient's ownership of the situation.

Lupus: The Role of the Primary Care Physician. Part 2: Treatment

October 12, 2012

Article

Due to the systemic nature of lupus, the primary care physician has a pivotal role as the hub of a network of specialists. Awareness and knowledge of drug interactions and monitoring of general health are key.

Lupus: The Role of the Primary Care Physician. Part 1: Diagnosis

October 03, 2012

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Diagnosing systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) can take 2-3 years, because most symptoms are both common and nonspecific. Here are clues to quick, accurate detection.

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