Clinical Correlations

The NYU Langone Online Journal of Medicine


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Primecuts – This Week in the Journals

By Susan Mirabal, 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 the sheer quantity and breadth of literature released on a daily basis.…

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Core IM Hoofbeats: 43M with Diarrhea


By Cindy Fang MD, John Hwang MD, Catherine Constable MD, Marty Fried MD || Illustration by Amy Ou MD || Audio Editing by Richard Chen

Time Stamps

  1. Case [1:19]
  2. Diagnostic weight [8:42]
  3. Hypothesis driven reasoning [12:26]
  4. Anomalous clinical data [19:30]
  5. Final diagnosis [22:20]
  6. Take away points [31:21]

Human Dx  Case link: https://www.humandx.org/o/co7yrer3dim2y59t5c0sbd370?s=FEED

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Primecuts – This Week in the Journals

By Scarlett Murphy, MD

Peer Reviewed

Introduction

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 sheer quantity and breadth of literature released on a daily basis.…

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Fava Beans and a Nice Chianti

By Matthew Vorsanger MD, David Kudlowitz MD, and Patrick Cocks MD

Peer Reviewed

 Learning objectives:

1. Describe the pathophysiology and clinical features of G6PD Deficiency.

2. Discuss susceptibility to favism.

3. Give a brief historical perspective on the fava bean.

Case

You receive an emergency off-hours call from one of your outpatients.…

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Primecuts – This Week in the Journals

By Brianna Knoll, MD

Peer Reviewed

Introduction
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 sheer quantity and breadth of literature released on a daily basis.…

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