Sep 25, 2014
PhysicianAssistantBoards.com - Today I want to share a clinical case of a 35 year old patient presenting with epigastric pain. See if you can get the diagnosis in this patient. Afterwards, Ill explain everything you need to know about the disease process.
Sep 19, 2014
PhysicianAssistantBoards.com - Today were going to speak on intussusception. Key points: triad of abdominal pain, vomiting, and currant jelly stool. Bilious vomiting is a surgical condition until proven otherwise. Ultrasound is the first test which should be ordered. Contrast enema is diagnositic...
Sep 11, 2014
PhysicianAssistantBoards.com - Today were going to discuss how to treat type II diabetics. Were going to go over the different drug regimens and their mechanism of action. I'll also talk about what I do in clinical practice.
Sep 4, 2014
PhysicianAssistantBoards.com - Today were going to tackle three topics: cholecystitis, cholangitis, and cholelithiasis. Well go over cause, symptoms, signs, diagnostic testing, and treatment.