Sharpen your diagnostic schema for abdominal pain and eosinophilia with this mystery case http://hdx.org/Rxg (click link to follow along). Reza Manesh MD, editor of Global Morning Report at The Human Diagnosis Project aka Human Dx attempts to solve this challenging case with the help of The Curbsiders.
Use this link http://hdx.org/Rxg to follow along with the case on the Human Dx app and check out more Global Morning Report cases.
Written and produced by: Hannah R Abrams
Hosts: Matthew Watto MD, Paul Williams MD, Stuart Brigham MD
Edited by: Matthew Watto MD
Guest: Reza Manesh MD
Special thanks to: Steph Sherman, Zaven Sargsyan, Anand Jagannath, John Inou Hwang, and Rabih Geha for contributing and editing the cases; and to Tyler Brandon for helping to coordinate these wonderful episodes.
Listeners will practice their diagnostic skills and clinical reasoning while learning schemas for cough and dyspnea.
After listening to this episode listeners will…
Dr Manesh receives a small honorarium for his work with Human Dx. The Curbsiders are an educational partner of Human Dx for this episode.
Manesh, Reza. Guest expert. “#132 A Case of Abdominal Pain. Kashlak Morning Report with Reza Manesh of Human Dx. The Curbsiders Internal Medicine Podcast http://thecurbsiders.com. December 19, 2018. http://thecurbsiders.com/podcast/#132-case-abdominal-pain (opens in a new tab)
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I would encourage the speakers to (at least once at the beginning of the show) define the abbreviations that are being used.--- ie SAAG. GPA, EGPA etc. It seems there are regional differences in what abbreviations mean/are used. This will help the listener gain a full understanding. thanks.
Great suggestion - thank you for sharing!
Best podcast so far ! well timed after listening to herpes for all .