This case asks a question to which I do not know the answer. I am not sure there is an answer – so I am putting it out there for you all to “crowd source” some enlightenment. 49 yo man with a history of an acquired brain injury and subsequent seizure disorder – he has […]
Archives for November 2012
Have seen a few patients with hypercalcemia recently and it has gotten me thinking. It is one of those areas of medicine where the complex endocrine physiology and diseases can seem a bit overwhelming. When we approach it in a practical sense it is much simpler than the head-spinning Med school lectures left us […]
Last week Clinical case 074 got a few people talking, so I thought it would be nice to do a google Hangout to throw a few ideas around for all to share. Here is the video of the session with myself, Minh Le COng and Kane Guthrie. Enjoy.
You might be aware that the boys over at Ultrasound Podcast have developed an app called “1-Minute US”. It is pretty cool, but lets face it – 1 minute, it’s a bit tacky. I know that Broome docs readers are really much more sophisticated than that, so I have produced a whole new concept : […]
This is a rare case. One where I was at a bit of a loss as to which was the best option. So keen to get your input! A 23 yo. woman G?1, P0 – was flown in from a remote community in “threatened premature labour”, she was estimated to be about 34 weeks (but […]