Do you believe in coincidence? How about serendipity? Today the group is joined by Internal Medicine PGY-2 Dr. Alastair Williams who presents a case that brings everyone to a stand still. Is it possible to solve a case if you’re unable to connect the dots? Have a listen to see if you can make the … More S5 E17: Serendipity
Today’s case is presented by Dr. Jordan Friedmann, a PGY3 Internal Medicine Resident. He walks us through a case that involves many different opinions and treatment path options. The group examines how crucial the advise of many disciplines can be and the importance of owning your case as the most responsible physician. ID – 56yo … More S5 E16: How Sure Are You?
In this episode we examine how valuable words can be and how quickly the picture can change. Do you trust your investigation skills? Can you think outside the box? Today’s episode has everyone scratching their heads – tune in now to find out why!
Join us as we watch a simple case snowball into a hard one. And this time it’s not our fault! ID –64 year old male, hx of insulin-dependent T2DM, CAD, untreated HepC, presenting with upper GI bleed. HPI –Sept 2019 – New onset chest and diffuse abdominal pain. No records available. Received dx of some … More S5 E14: Snowball
In today’s long awaited episode, we are joined by Internal Medicine resident Dr. Adam Chruscicki. We follow a patient over many years and discuss the difficulties when all the puzzle pieces seem present, but we are still unable to find the solution.
Today, Dr Derin Karacabeyli (Future Chief Resident at St Paul’s Hospital!) joins the group to discuss an interesting case that he was involved with. This one strikes a bit of a nerve with the crew on many fronts. Have a listen and see if you can relate to any of the discussions had.
In this episode, Dr. John Doering presents a case to the team that teaches everyone a new lesson. Have a listen. Let’s see if you knew what we didn’t.
In today’s episode, Dr. Taylor Drury presents a difficult case which involved multiple specialties to achieve a diagnosis. But when there is a lacking differential, does the loudest voice determine the course of action? We invite you to listen along and see if you would have done anything differently.
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.