General practice 2%. Hematology/ 2%oncologyInfectious diseases 1%. Nephrology 0%. Pulmonary disease 1%.
I've been doing internal medicine and nephrology for 35 years and I still feel that a good history and physical is important.
The American Society of Nephrology has adopted social media, specifically, Twitter, Dr.
Some days on ward rounds we have time for relatively short chalk talks. Over the years I have developed many. Learners seem to like this one...
collaborated with the resident who was running this effort to research how race and racism has affected the field of nephrology, specifically the role of a race-based calculation of [estimated
The correct answer is B. Glomerulonephritis. This item is Question 25 in MKSAP 18's Nephrology section.
In September 1976 I was a second year internal medicine resident at the Medical College of Virginia. My attending physician, Dr. Carlos Espi...
Post get his stethoscope on and will place the stethoscope on the patient's chest, and he works alongside a nephrology fellow on inpatient rounds.
1. The patient had diarrhea last night. 2. The patient complains of chest pain. 3. The patient has diabetes (or CKD or heart failure). What ...
Yet as important as physicians are—my surgeon supported by a team of physicians in infectious disease, nephrology, cardiology, emergency medicine, pulmonology, gastroenterology, anesthesiology, and radiology are the ones who kept