Clinical Correlations

The NYU Langone Online Journal of Medicine


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Chiefs’ Inquiry Corner, Mar 17th

  • Bellevue Hospital: Why does propofol turn urine green? Does this have any significance for the development of propofol-related infusion syndrome (PRIS)?
  • NYU Brooklyn: Is there a link between influenza vaccination and Guillain-Barre Syndrome?
  • Tisch/Kimmel: Should HIV-uninfected patients with Pneumocystis pneumonia be treated with corticosteroids?

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Primecuts – This Week in the Journals

PrimeCuts 8 min read

By Jacqueline Heath, MD

Peer Reviewed

With medicine advancing at such a rapid pace, it is crucial for physicians to keep up with the medical literature. This can quickly become an overwhelming endeavor given …

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Chiefs’ Inquiry Corner March 11th

  • NYU Brooklyn: What is the typical presentation and prognosis of anti-NMDA receptor encephalitis?
  • Gouverneur Clinic: Should medications be used to assist with weight loss? 
  • Bellevue Hospital: Is evaluation of right heart pressures required prior to TIPS?
  • Tisch/Kimmel: What is the role of N-acetylcysteine in the treatment of alcoholic hepatitis?
  • Manhattan VA: Is there a benefit to treating hypercalcemia associated with malignancy?

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Primecuts – This Week in the Journals

PrimeCuts 8 min read

By Mirza Omari, MD

Peer Reviewed

With medicine advancing at such a rapid pace, it is crucial for physicians to keep up with the medical literature. This can quickly become an overwhelming endeavor …

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Mind the Gap on ACS and the TIMI Risk Score

CORE IM Podcast 2 min read

In this 2-part Mind the Gap episode, we explore – and pick apart – everything you thought you knew about unstable angina || By Steven R. Liu MD and Janine Knudsen MD || Graphic Design by Ramon Thompson || Peer Review Dr Norma Keller MD

Time Stamps

  • The basics – what is …

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Primecuts – This Week in the Journals

PrimeCuts 9 min read

By Ryan Grattan

Peer Reviewed

With medicine advancing at such a rapid pace, it is crucial for physicians to keep up with the medical literature.  This can quickly become an overwhelming endeavor given the …

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The History Behind Aspirin 81

Class Act 4 min read

By Joshua Novack

Peer Reviewed

Patients often come into clinics on a grocery list of medications. Common prescriptions include lisinopril 20 mg, amlodipine 2.5 mg, metformin 500 mg, and aspirin 81 mg. One dosage stands out …

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