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CU Internal Medicine
OFFICIAL Account of the Chief Residents at the University of Colorado's Internal Medicine Residency. In Denver: 300 days of sunshine. In the hospitals: 365.
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Avash Kalra, MD Nov 19
BREAKING: Aaron Burr improves his all-time record to 2-0.
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NEJM Sep 25
Medicine & Society Data Watch: Death Rates for the Top Five Causes of Cancer Death
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CUAnschutz 22 Jun 16
Urban garden flourishing at Univ. of Colorado Hospital
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Scott Joy 16 Jun 16
Thank you Dr Branden Comfort for 3 yrs of service @ Uptown Primary Care! Good luck @ Univ of Kansas!
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CU Internal Medicine 14 Jun 16
Welcome to the new interns!
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Darlene Tad-y 14 Jun 16
Our 1st day with our new # interns!
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JHH DOM HVCC 28 Apr 16
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CU Internal Medicine 15 Apr 16
Great stuff here.
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CU Internal Medicine 6 Apr 16
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VA Joint Chiefs 30 Mar 16
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CU Internal Medicine 27 Mar 16
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CU Internal Medicine 27 Mar 16
Replying to @medicalaxioms
We always give 110%, 80% of the time.
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CU Internal Medicine 27 Mar 16
Maybe one day, residents will make this much.
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Avash Kalra, MD 26 Mar 16
Noticing a critical typo in a mass email, right as you hit SEND, is the worst
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CU Internal Medicine 25 Mar 16
Who's going to APDIM in Vegas next month? Let's hang out.
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CU Internal Medicine 25 Mar 16
Replying to @OHSUIMRes
That sounds awesome
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CU Internal Medicine 23 Mar 16
Stay safe if you're driving in Denver right now - don't drive without 4 wheel drive and/or snow tires!
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VA Joint Chiefs 22 Mar 16
Cutaneous fast growing mycobacterium are more common in pts on steroids and respond to clarithromycin
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CU Internal Medicine 21 Mar 16
Giant cell arteritis: Strong suspicion? Methylprednisolone 1 gram daily (x 3d) while awaiting temporal artery bx results! @VAnoonconference
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CU Internal Medicine 19 Mar 16
Replying to @majorajay
WELCOME!
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