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Medgeeks Podcast: Excel in practice | Board Review | Medicine |


Jan 22, 2018

Today, I'm going to be sharing my day with you in the emergency department. I had a patient coming in with isolated third cranial nerve palsy. I wasn't quite sure how to approach this and so we got a consult.

Something clinicians struggle with is knowing when to call for help. They feel pressured to handle everything which comes there way - for fear of looking "stupid". But, as you'll see in today's video, that shouldn't be the case.

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