Our Endocrinology medical editors have ranked and organized the top peer-reviewed clinical journals by topic including diabetes types 1 and 2, thyroid and glandular diseases, obesity and dyslipidemia. In a matter of minutes, you and all the members of your patient care team can stay current on the latest endocrine news literature as it is published.
1 Retrospective study of adherence to glucagon-like peptide-1 receptor agonist therapy in patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus in the United States Advances in Therapy, November 21, 2014 Clinical Article
2 Diagnostic power of longitudinal strain at rest for the detection of obstructive coronary artery disease in patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus Ultrasound in Medicine and Biology, November 21, 2014 Clinical Article
3 Association of the vitamin D binding protein polymorphisms with the risk of type 2 diabetes mellitus: a meta-analysis BMJ Open, November 21, 2014 Evidence Based Medicine Review Article
4 Defects in cortical microarchitecture among African-American women with type 2 diabetes Osteoporosis International, November 21, 2014 Clinical Article
5 Minimal-access video-assisted thyroidectomy for benign disease: A retrospective analysis of risk factors for postoperative complications International Journal of Surgery, November 21, 2014 Clinical Article
6 Combining a GLP-1 receptor agonist and basal insulin: study evidence and practical considerations Drugs, November 21, 2014
7 Impact of diabetes e-consults on outpatient clinic workflow Medical Decision Making, November 21, 2014 Clinical Article
8 What is the cost of quality for diabetes care? Medical Care Research and Review, November 21, 2014 Clinical Article
9 An ethnographic study of diabetes health beliefs and practices in Sri Lankan adults International Nursing Review, November 21, 2014
10 A case of a patient with type 2 diabetes and respiratory comorbidities Topics in Clinical Nutrition, November 21, 2014
11 Virtual Touch Tissue Quantification (VTQ) in the diagnosis of thyroid nodules with coexistent chronic autoimmune Hashimotos thyroiditis: A preliminary study European Journal of Radiology, November 21, 2014 Clinical Article
12 Anthropometric characteristics of primary school-aged children: accuracy of perception and differences by gender, age and BMI Child: Care, Health, and Development, November 21, 2014 Clinical Article
13 Knowledge of and accordance with the academy evidence-based nutrition practice guideline for disorders of lipid metabolism Topics in Clinical Nutrition, November 21, 2014 Evidence Based Medicine Clinical Guideline
14 Psoriasis and obesity in French children: A case-control, multicentre study British Journal of Dermatology, November 21, 2014 Clinical Article
15 Association of daily coffee and tea consumption and metabolic syndrome: results from the Polish arm of the HAPIEE study European Journal of Nutrition, November 21, 2014 Clinical Article
16 Admission for osteoporotic pelvic fractures and predictors of length of hospital stay, mortality and loss of independence Age and Aging, November 21, 2014 Clinical Article
17 Obesity and metabolic parameters in adolescents: a school-based intervention program in French Polynesia Journal of Adolescent Health, November 21, 2014 Clinical Article
18 The true incidence of gastric GIST--a study based on morbidly obese patients undergoing sleeve gastrectomy Obesity Surgery, November 21, 2014 Review Article
19 Involvement of dietary fatty acids in multiple biological and psychological functions, in morbidly obese subjects Obesity Surgery, November 21, 2014 Clinical Article
20 Advanced age as an independent predictor of perioperative risk after laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy (LSG) Obesity Surgery, November 21, 2014 Clinical Article
As reported in The International Journal of Clinical Practice, the dose of aspirin (75 mg/d, 300 mg/d, or 3.6 g/d) had an independent effect on markers of vascular inflammation, oxidative stress, insulin resistance, and endothelial function in patients with T2DM (n=17; mean age = 57.4 y).
As reported in Diabetes Care, type 2 diabetics (n=522) with diabetic kidney disease (eGFR< 60 or urinary albumin-to-creatinine ratio > 30 mg/mmol) with TNFR1 levels in the highest quartile were at increased risk of all-cause mortality compared to diabetics with TNFR1 levels in the lowest quartile (aHR = 2.98). One hundred ninety-six deaths occurred in 48 months of follow-up.
As reported in the British Journal of Cancer, patients with diabetes (n=62) are at increased risk of death from pancreatic cancer overall (HR=1.52) and within 3 years of diagnosis (HR=1.45).