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.
In this episode, we explore the extended case of a woman initially presenting with a hypertensive emergency that turned out to be… well, something else. We’ll hear a few potential diagnoses from Dr. Ennis that I’m sure many of you (as I) have never heard of before. To find the final answer, however, it seems … More S4 E4: Roses Are Red…My Hand Is Turning Blue
With the help of the patient themselves, Dr. Daniel Ennis revisits a difficult case where the patient’s organs had begun to spontaneously ‘explode’ We check in on how he’s doing now, what new symptoms he has and where he is currently with his condition.
The group is back to discuss a case presented by Dr. Daniel Ennis. Nothing is ever straight forward with St. Paul’s Morning Report and today’s case is no exception! How strong are your rheumatology differentials? Develop your own personal diagnosis right along side the group.
Well that escalated! Dr. Ennis presents a case to the group that very quickly changes from an every day issue to something that requires constant updating and collaboration.
Hypercalcemia – But Why? When a patient presents with recurrent kidney stones, the reason seems clear – persistent hypercalcemia. But why, and why now? Dr Janet Simons leads the group through a fascinating case where knowledge truly is power. Episode Download