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tajiyazdanymd 17h
graduation 2019. After a long journey, these amazing docs made it! Proud PD!
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💧Dr Kirsten Connan Jun 14
Advocating for clinical excellence & compassionate communication is justified, but suggesting that ALL male ’s are sexual perverts & not suited to women’s health is not ok Males CAN & DO provide outstanding women’s healthcare
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JUNE MEDICAL 58m
@RCOGObsGyn Greetings from the JUNE team!!!
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J’Leise Sosa MD, MPH Jun 15
Grateful for this honor by graduating chief residents. It was my pleasure to partake in your learning over these past two years!
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℞calvin May 14
bye pepe!! u won't be missed
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Caroline Wright 2h
Great to be here at the RCOG World Congress in our home town London! Three fantastic days of learning, networking and setting priorities for the future of @RCOGObsGyn
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Julie*Anna Jun 10
I had an recently for a check-up because it's important to stay on top of this!
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Dr. Lakeisha ObGyn 43s
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Drazeeeeeen ⭐️☄️ 19h
Replying to @Daniel_Cezar19
DENGUE ✅Most common arboviral disease worldwide ✅IP: 4-7 days ✅Dengue (previously called dengue F), severe dengue (previously called dengue HF & dengue shock syndrome) TRIAD: 1⃣ Hemorrhagic manifestations 2⃣ Evidence of plasma leakage 3⃣ Platelet counts of <100,000/μL
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Drazeeeeeen ⭐️☄️ 19h
Replying to @Daniel_Cezar19
DENGUE INFECTION IN PREGNANCY 🤰🏻🦟 CASE: ✅ 22 years old, Female ⭐️ Diagnosis: G1P0 Pregnancy Uterine 15 3/7 weeks AOG by unsure LMP, NIL; Dengue Fever ✅ Signs and Symptoms: Epistaxis ➡️ CCU ✅ Laboratory: Positive NS1, Decreased platelet count
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Drazeeeeeen ⭐️☄️ Jun 13
Replying to @Daniel_Cezar19
NONSEVERE vs SEVERE PREECLAMPSIA
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OC Women's Med Group Jun 11
Do you find yourself holding back some questions when you visit your ? It’s important to know that it’s okay to talk about it. Your wants to hear about it and wants to help.
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LeahMarshMD Jun 15
First 24h call as Chief Resident today... started it off w a Pelaton ride!
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Elizabeth O'Connell May 5
A boy so proud of his mom, newly inducted into ⁦
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obgynresearcher 21h
OBGYN residents and fellows! Take 10 min & complete your Sexual Harassment in OBGYN Training survey! Don't forget you could be entered into the raffle if you contact us after completing it.
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Drazeeeeeen ⭐️☄️ 19h
Replying to @Daniel_Cezar19
VIRAL HEMORRHAGIC FEVERS ⭐️ ARENAVIRIDAE: Lassa fever ⭐️ BUNYAVIRIDAE: Rift Valley fever, hantavirus hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome, and Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever ⭐️ FILOVIRIDAE: Ebola and Marburg virus infections ⭐️ FLAVIVIRIDAE: yellow fever and dengue
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Drazeeeeeen ⭐️☄️ 19h
Replying to @Daniel_Cezar19
VIRAL HEMORRHAGIC FEVERS ✅ Zoonotic illnesses caused by viruses that reside in either animal reservoirs or arthropod vectors ✅ Caused by 4 major groups of viruses: 1⃣ Arenaviridae 2⃣ Bunyaviridae 3⃣ Filoviridae 4⃣ Flaviviridae
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Adam Shehata May 15
With the bills in the US effectively banning abortion in all circumstances, it is time we remember Henry , a Canadian physician who challenged the of abortion in Canada and went to prison for it. [THREAD]
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Medit 2h
New research indicates an alarming number of men and women are uninformed about the health risks of , and this ignorance may be contributing to the malpractice crisis.
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michelle chan Jun 12
would love to connect at some point (:
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