Well folks, its been some time since we checked in so today is the day! Tune in to hear about who we are, how the podcast came to be, what our recommendations are for other podcasts and answer some listener questions.
After a long hiatus from the St Paul’s Morning Report team, Dr. Thomas Roston has returned to present a fascinating case involving genetics and dermatology. In this episode, we span many years and explore the importance of obtaining a detailed patient history and trusting our gut instincts.
Dr. Anthony Gador proves once and for all that we shouldn’t have our own podcast. Spoiler alert! It’s an infection! Or is it? It is ……or is it?
Today we explore the case of a healthy man whose symptoms of headache and dyspnea at first glance seem to be obviously explained, until things don’t go quite as expected. Stay tuned as we explore the causes for our patients presentation and how that changes as the clinical course progresses.
The group was a bit concerned about the type of case Dr. Persia Pourshahnazari would be presenting but they dove in nonetheless and were not disappointed! How comfortable are you at challenging? Would you expose a patient to their potential allergen to test your diagnosis? Join in on the conversation as Persia delivers an awe … More S5 E5: Allergy Hour with Persia
The team is back and this week Dr. Peter van Stolk is at the helm. Peter wastes no time throwing the group into the deep end – a 60 year old male presenting with lower extremity petechiae .. but obviously, that can’t be all!
In the midst of the COVID Pandemic, we have started recording episodes from home. We will be inviting guest hosts to present their tricky cases to the team. Listen in as they bumble their way to a conclusion that may just blow your mind. In this episode, Dr. Andrew Kochan walks us through a case … More S5 E1: Dazed and Confused and Hypernatremic
‘Mrs. S’ is back! Dr. Ennis sits down with the patient of our very first podcast ‘A Challenging Case’ We get to experience how she felt while going through the extended diagnosis process and what she views as the most important factors in health.
Our investigations for a patient with acute neurological decline yields data suggesting competing diagnoses. The group weighs the infectious and autoimmune possibilities as well as treatment options, especially in the face of clinical deterioration.