I have a new patient that I inherited from a former colleague. She came to me with a letter from her ophthalmologist addressed to the patient that she was suppposed to give to her primary care doctor and nephrologist.
I am going to give you a copy of Harrison’s textbook to look for secondary causes of hypertension.
When the patient came in she didn’t have the book so I have no idea how to re-run her work-up of secondary hypertension (which had been done multiple times in the past).
Clever. My favorite is international units of piety.
From the University of Alberta Med School Class of 2010
Great spoof on medical school
Check this out.
My favorite part is “…this could lead to chronic renal failure and he could lose a kidney…”
Great bit on refusing dialysis
Tip o’the hat to Stacy without an e
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