The Clinical Problem Solvers

The Clinical Problem Solvers

The Clinical Problem Solvers is a multi-modal venture that works to disseminate and democratize the stories and science of diagnostic reasoning Twitter: @CPSolvers Website: clinicalproblemsolving.com

  • 44 minutes 10 seconds
    Episode 339: Neurology VMR – left facial numbness for 5 days
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    Episode 339: Neurology VMR – left facial numbness for 5 days

    We continue our campaign to #EndNeurophobia, with the help of Dr. Aaron Berkowitz. This time, Aye presents a case of left facial numbness for 5 days to Andrea and Sridhara.

    Neurology DDx Schema

    Aye Chan Moe Thant

    Aye graduated from University of Medicine, Mandalay, Myanmar, and has been working with her mentor neurologist, one of only three neurologists covering the Upper Myanmar region of 23 million population. Through her experiences witnessing the challenges faced by patients in underserved areas and hearing their stories, Aye is dedicated to advancing health equity, global health initiatives, and various aspects of neurology, both in clinical practice and medical education. She is going to apply for a neurology residency program this year. Outside of work, she spends time playing piano, jogging along trails, and listening to music.

     

    Andrea Mendez Colmenares

    @andreamendez92

     

    Andrea Mendez Colmenares is a Venezuelan medical doctor and cognitive neuroscientist. She recently completed her PhD and postdoctoral fellowship in Colorado and will begin her neurology residency at Duke University in North Carolina in the summer of 2024. Outside of medicine, she enjoys playing guitar, discovering new coffee shops, hiking, and climbing mountains.

     

    Sridhara Yaddanapudi

    @syaddana_neuro

    Sridhara is a board-certified internist, neurologist, vascular neurologist, and hypertension specialist. Currently, he holds the position of Clinical Assistant Professor at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital and serves as the Director of Neurology for Jefferson New Jersey. As a medical professional, he is passionate about case-based learning, clinical reasoning, and teaching decision-making while avoiding the pitfalls of heuristics. His goal is to bridge the ever-growing gap between neurology and internal medicine, an area in which he has a keen interest.

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    8 June 2024, 3:22 pm
  • 40 minutes 42 seconds
    Episode 338 – RLR – Brain Mass
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    Title  A Brain Mass

     

    Episode description

    Reza, Aaron and Rabih discuss a case of a patient with a brain mass

     

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    3 June 2024, 12:19 pm
  • 38 minutes 19 seconds
    Episode 337 – Spaced Learning Series – New Headache
    https://clinicalproblemsolving.com/wp-content/uploads/2024/05/5.31.24-SLS-RTP.mp3 Episode description: SLS team members Mukund, Jasdeep and Valeria discuss a case of a second-trimester primigravida with new headache. Featuring: Mukund RaguramJasdeep BajwaValeria Roldan SchemasSecondary HeadacheCSF Lymphocytic Pleocytosis 

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    31 May 2024, 3:26 am
  • 46 minutes 19 seconds
    Episode 336 – Clinical Unknown – Mark, Noah & Yazmin discuss Nidhi’s case
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    In this episode, the team from The CPSolvers Academy participated in a fantastic discussion. Nidhi presented a case to Mark, Noah, & Yazmin. 

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    23 May 2024, 4:32 pm
  • 59 minutes 43 seconds
    Episode 335: WDx #29: The One Where Sharmin and Kaylin Discuss a Clinical Unknown
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    In this episode of WDx, Dr Nidhi Patel joins Jane, Kaylin, and Sharmin and presents a case of a 23 yr old woman with worsening dyspnea and orthopnea. 

     

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    Nidhi is a current CPSolvers Academy member and a PGY2 in internal medicine at Emory University.  She grew up in South Florida and went to University of Miami for undergrad and for medical school. Clinically she is interested in prevention of atherosclerotic disease, cardiac imaging and women’s health in cardiology! In her free time, she loves to catch a morning sunrise, and loves being outdoors to try adventurous activities including white water rafting, kayaking, and fast roller coasters. 

    This case was recently presented by Nidhi on a VMR with Rabih and Reza. Check it out here!

     

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    16 May 2024, 2:18 am
  • 57 minutes 10 seconds
    Episode 334: Rafael Medina Subspecialty Series – Polyarticular Joint Pain
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    In this rheumatology Rafael Medina Subspecialty episode, Dr. Appledene Osbourne presents a case of polyarticular joint pain to Dr. Lianne Gensler. 

    Session facilitator: Maddy Conte

    The goal of this series is to expand access to subspecialty, primary care, and internal medicine-adjacent specialty education to learners around the world. If you would like to get involved as a case presenter or discussant (or nominate an attending/educator), fill out the form HERE.

    Case Discussant: Dr. Lianne Gensler is a rheumatologist and serves as director of the UCSF Ankylosing Spondylitis Clinic, which is dedicated to care for this inflammatory disease. Gensler’s primary research interest is the disease progression of axial spondyloarthritis (a category that includes ankylosing spondylitis).

    Case Presenter: Dr. Appledene Osbourne is a current rheumatology fellow at UCSF.

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    8 May 2024, 10:32 pm
  • 38 minutes 46 seconds
    Episode 333 – RLR – Progressive Back Pain
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    Title  Progressive back pain

     

    Episode description

    Reza and Rabih discuss a case of a patient with back pain

     

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    7 May 2024, 8:57 pm
  • 35 minutes 10 seconds
    Episode 332: Schema Episode – Splenic Lesion
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    Maddy, Jack, and Sharmin share their approach to focal splenic lesions and splenic infarcts as they discuss a case presented by Youssef.

     

    Frameworks Discussed in Case:

    Focal Splenic Lesion

    Splenic Infarct

    Splenic Infarct vs Abscess

     

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    2 May 2024, 12:54 am
  • 59 minutes 45 seconds
    Episode 331: Neurology VMR – Headaches and loss of sensation in the left leg
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    Episode 331: Neurology VMR – Headaches and loss of sensation in the left leg

    We continue our campaign to #EndNeurophobia, with the help of Dr. Aaron Berkowitz. This time, Hans presents a case of headaches and loss of sensation in the left leg to Andrew and Maria.

    Neurology DDx Schema

     Hans Kaus

     Hans Kaus received his MD from Ross University School of Medicine. He completed his undergraduate education in Pharmacy at the University of Tübingen, Germany. Driven by a deep desire to understand patient concerns, Hans wanted to go beyond pharmaceutical care. While in medical school, the virtual morning reports, Clinical Problem Solvers, unleashed his passion for solving complex patient cases. The blend of medicine and pharmacy will markedly benefit patients. In his spare time, Hans enjoys embarking on long bicycle rides.

     

    Andrew Sanchez

    @ASanchez_PS

    Andrew Sanchez is an exiting PGY-3 in internal medicine at Yale New Haven Hospital: he will soon be starting a career in academic hospital medicine at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston. Meeting hospitalized patients and working with them to achieve diagnostic clarity is his primary clinical passion. His interest in diagnosing the undifferentiated patient is the driving force behind deep interest in learning and teaching diagnostic reasoning. On X/Twitter – which he considers the centerpiece of his teaching portfolio – he is known for creating and sharing schemas for both common and uncommon clinical dilemmas, which are frequently accompanied by “Tweetorial” commentary, as well as diagnostic case challenges.

     

    María Jimena Alemán

    @MariaMjaleman

     

    María Jimena Alemán was born and raised in Guatemala. After suffering from long-standing neurophobia, she has embraced her love for neurology and will soon be starting her neurology residency at the University of California San Francisco. She looks forward to dedicating her life to improving neurological care and education around the globe. Maria loves art and culture and is currently obsessed with textiles and flowers

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    24 April 2024, 8:23 am
  • 38 minutes 27 seconds
    Episode 330 – Spaced Learning Series – Fever and Rash (and a new chapter)
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    Our new members of the Spaced Learning Series team, Jasdeep and Mukund, join Valeria to discuss a case of progressive rash.

    Featuring:
    Valeria Roldan
    Jasdeep Bajwa
    Mukund Raguram

    Schemas
    Fever and Rash

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    17 April 2024, 8:12 pm
  • 46 minutes 13 seconds
    Episode 329 – Spaced Learning Series – Mystery Case
    17 April 2024, 8:10 pm
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