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AAFP Clinical Answers June 1, 2023

Key Clinical Questions and Evidence-Based Answers from American Family Physician
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American Family Physician | Clinical Answers

When should patients with hip fractures undergo surgical repair?

Operative management of a hip fracture should occur within 24 to 48 hours of injury unless a delay is needed to stabilize comorbidities. Early operative management improves pain control, decreases length of hospitalization, and reduces complications. Read the full article.



When can patients with infectious mononucleosis return to sports?

Individuals with infectious mononucleosis should not participate in athletic activity for three weeks following symptom onset to decrease the risk of splenic rupture, beginning with light, noncontact exercise. Athletes should return only when they feel clinically well and are afebrile. Shared decision-making should be used to determine the timing of return to sports. There is no strong evidence to support the use of ultrasonography in expediting the patient's return to sports. Read the full article.

When should testing for Lyme disease be considered in patients with diffuse musculoskeletal symptoms?

Unless history of exposure or symptoms consistent with Lyme disease are present, routine testing for Lyme disease in the setting of musculoskeletal symptoms is not recommended. Read the full article.


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