Category: MR

07/09 VA MR: Hemoptysis

For your review of this very broad topic. Stay tuned for a TB lecture on it own. Best problem synthesis as determined by Dr. Martinez was House Lannister. Tyrell got the last differential and Baratheon stole the final diagnosis. 070918 Morning Report

07/05 VA MR: Chest Pain

Great job today Evan and Jordan! Bread and butter case with a general overview of the guidelines. For your review: 070518 VA MR Chest Pain.

07/03 BSW MR: Bootcamp Pulmonary Embolisms and Pleural Effusions

Intern Bootcamp Presentation by Dr. Bretzing for your review: Pulmonary Embolism Pleural Effusion Bootcamp

07/03 VA MR: Abdominal Pain

One of our chiefs is particularly pleased that we’ve started with a theme of digestive disease complaints. Thanks to everyone that participated! Dr. Robinson did a great job covering the basics of approach (070318 Morning Report) and talking in depth about the diagnosis. We especially loved the guidelines, role of antibiotics and role of surgery …

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07/02 BSW MR: Kaposi’s Sarcoma

Thanks to everyone who came out to our first-morning report at BSW! You can find a great review on Kaposi’s Sarcoma here. Furthermore, Dr. Whitehurst has provided her powerpoint for review as well. 07/02 BSW MR: Kaposi’s Sarcoma

Protected: 07/02 VA MR: Lower GI Bleed

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Morning Report Template

Please review the following MR Template Dr. Lipatov has endorsed for this year.

We beg to DIFFer

Thanks to Drs. Bautista and Metting on B team for sharing their C. Diff case. Attached is the 2013 C Diff Guidelines from the ACG. IDSA recently updated their guidelines which also placed an emphasis on PO Vanc as first line therapy for the majority of C. Diff cases. (Contains 1 attachments.)

Q Fever – Late to the Party – VA MR (043018)

We’ve all been there. That lingering lab that you’re sure is going to be negative. In this case, Dr. Simon presents a case of FUO with serologies returning as Q Fever. “Endocarditis is the most commonly identified manifestation of chronic Q fever and is fatal if untreated” but only 12% of cases have evidence of …

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Nivo Induced MG and Myositis – VA MR (050218)

Our thanks to  Dr. Khalaf and VA Team 2 for putting together this very interesting case of a PD-1 inhibitor leading to immune-associated adverse effect. We’d also like to give a shoutout to Jonny Espinoza for helping put the powerpoint together. (Contains 1 attachments.)