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Taylor Nichols, MD May 10
hivemind, especially derm and infectious disease folks - wondering if anyone recognizes the appearance of these initially itchy and now tender nodules which started as a single nodule while farming approximately one week ago and have spread. (photo with permission)
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Mark Lewis May 10
Dear Telling me on Friday afternoon that a cancer patient in a pain crisis needs to wait 5 BUSINESS DAYS to have their analgesic Rx authorized is completely unacceptable. I will cc: you on the ER notes for pain management this weekend. This is an outrage.
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Jen 👩🏼‍⚕️| MS4 May 15
S/O to o-chem you destroyed a year of my life in college - STILL haven’t used you in medical school
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Ann Young MD May 9
I think all of will shun me when I confess that I willingly reviewed the metabolism pathways & made a diagram to help students understand acute metabolic emergencies in the infant. I call it Genetics for Dummies. *shrugs*
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Pooja Lakshmin MD May 15
So apparently people are really STILL calling it “pimping” med students... This is problematic for too many reasons to list and medicine should know better by now. i know u guys have a lot on your plate but can we add this one to the list pls??
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Ian Fields MD May 10
Replying to @eeyanmiller
Furthermore, if any legislator wants to join me on call for an ectopic pregnancy sometime and walk me through how to re-implant an ectopic pregnancy I'd be glad to watch them dick around for while afterwards after I'm done SAVING A LIFE.
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Michael E. Farrell, MD May 16
Alright, million dollar idea here. We start an YouTube channel that exclusively features radiologists whispering their dictations and call it ASMRadiology. Here is a sneak peek. are you in or are you in?
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Angela “Koko” Simpson, BS(N), RN 55s
To the -ers who reported this guy, weeks later he is finally suspended.
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DrStrange May 16
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Gavin Preston, M.D. May 9
A big THANK YOU to all medical people around the world for whom English is not your first language, but are willing to in English. You make the world smaller, and help build bridges of understanding in every nation. Gracias, merci, grazie, danke, etc, etc.
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Priyanka V. Chugh, MD May 16
Dr. Verma Dr. Chugh & finally, Dr. Priyanka Verma Chugh 👩🏽‍⚕️🎓
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Gavin Preston, M.D. May 13
. It's OK not to know. It's always OK to ask. But if you lie to anyone on your team, about anything, there is no faster way to kill patients, and get yourself fired.
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Dr. Matter Of Fat, MD May 16
Me: *walks into wrong OR by mistake mid-operation*
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Future Dr. D, MS May 10
I know I should relax before med school, but are there any books I should read to prepare me for it? Like one on how to get research, or how to study, things like that?
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TheSpeakingScalpel May 17
Pic1- First year resident Pic2- Final year Resident
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Mustafa Al Jammal, MD 8h
I showed this image to my colleague who is a radiology resident and told me that it looks like hyperactive paratracheal lymph nodes with good FDG uptake. Should we start universal chemotherapy? Or follow up in 3 months?
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Dr. Golf Shirt May 14
Commonly used medications in GIF form: Tylenol: please contribute and RT
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Gabrielle Inglis, MD May 14
Hey and other smart people. This time of year in the Arctic there’s an increased risk of snow blindness. Curious to know your tips for management (particularly in kids) and when someone MUST be seen by ophtho (keeping in mind remote fly-in location).
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Michael J. Brown, MD 7h
Interns, residents: Get up Fail Screw up Cry Worry Fear It’s okay Just get up Keep moving Nothing ages us or ruins our skills faster than giving up Get up in the midst of failure It won’t always make sense Just don’t stop It’s why medicine chose you ❤️
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Manual Of Medicine May 10
Clinical Assessment of Dehydration in Children .
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