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KP San Diego FMR Feb 21
Hey look what is just a shrimp's throw away from the new hospital...
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KP San Diego FMR Feb 21
The classic mitrial regurg murmur is holosystolic best heard at the apex. -Cardiology didactic by Dr Appis
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KP San Diego FMR Feb 17
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KP San Diego FMR Feb 17
A bit freaky to hear the emergency broadcast system over the radio and not have it be a test. Severe storms just offshore. Be safe.
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KP San Diego FMR Feb 17
Congrats ! Well deserved!
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KP San Diego FMR Feb 16
44 -related deaths in SD County so far this flu season (12 at this time last year). Still time to get your shots!
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KP San Diego FMR Feb 15
Leave it up to to dig out Demons-Meigs syndrome for today's case: ascites, pleural effusion and benign ovarian tumor
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KP San Diego FMR Feb 15
Master of adult learning theory now has the floor for the Wednesday version of didactics
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KP San Diego FMR Feb 15
The 4 components of club foot deformity:
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KP San Diego FMR Feb 15
Femoral anteversion usually spontaneously resolves by age 10, more common in girls, usually bilateral
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KP San Diego FMR Feb 15
Internal Tibial Torsion usually resolves spontaneously by age 6.
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KP San Diego FMR Feb 15
Metatarsus adductus- about 1:1000 live births, usually bilateral. Heel bisects 3rd-5th toes instead of 2nd/3rd toe
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KP San Diego FMR Feb 15
Radiology Rule 3 - Beware the "Satisfaction of the Search". If there's one finding, there could be another one elsewhere. Don't stop looking
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KP San Diego FMR Feb 15
Pediatric elbow fractures. An elbow joint effusion is a key clue for subtle or occult fractures
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KP San Diego FMR Feb 15
Pediatric radiology rule two: if nothing seen on plain film but pain not resolved in a couple weeks, repeat the film
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KP San Diego FMR Feb 15
Pediatric radiology rule the same as in adults: one view is no view.
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megan c Feb 15
Toddler CXR with "great inspiratory effort" and slightly flattened hemidiaphragms? Think air trapping Didactics
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KP San Diego FMR Feb 15
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KP San Diego FMR Feb 15
Great to be able and sit in on pediatric radiologist Dr Ornazabal's presentation today
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KP San Diego FMR Feb 15
Can't. Need to use the CLAHE filter....
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