In today’s episode, Dr. Thomas Hahn and Dr. Ryan Henrie team up to present a case to the group. This case examines the likelihood of your primary diagnosis being both right and wrong.
The members of the St Paul’s Morning report sent out the call and Dr. Michael Cammarata answered! Listen in to our first international case to see if you can spot the similarities, differences or even solve the case.
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 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
Exploding Organs In this episode Dr. Daniel Ennis leads us through an old case with new symptoms. With the help of Dr. Barry Kassen, the group explores the approach to an individual whose organs seem to keep “exploding”. How do you deal with diagnostic uncertainty? What is your threshold to treat?Is there anything IgG4 can’t … More S1 E4: Exploding Organs
Feeling Blue? In this episode, Dr. Daniel Ennis explores a rare case that stumps our panel. At the end of the episode, we reach out to our listeners… have you any suggestions? Could you solve this case? Why is she blue? Episode Download
From Bad…To Worse… To Worse In this episode, Dr. Daniel Ennis leads us through a complicated case where a relatively stable patient, celebrating the birth of her child, finds herself in a confusing and exhaustive search to determine her diagnosis. Episode Download