Episode 68: Human Dx unknown with Rabih & UNC residents – lower extremity weakness

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Dr. Travis Smith presents a Human Dx unknown to Rabih and UNC residents  – Drs. Kumfer and Diddams.

Human Dx case

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Dr. Ann Marie Kumfer

Dr. Kumfer is a third year resident at the University of North Carolina Internal Medicine Residency. She completed medical school at Texas Tech University Health Science Center. She is pursuing a career in hospital medicine and is interested in medical education and diagnostic clinical reasoning. In her time away from work, she enjoys traveling, running, and spending time with her husband and dog.

Dr. Maxwell Diddams

Dr. Maxwell Diddams is a 3rd year resident in Internal Medicine at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where he will be staying for his fellowship in pulmonary and critical care. Max can be easily identified by the portable ultrasound he always carries, and is interested in point-of-care ultrasound for the internist and intensivist. Outside of medicine he enjoys rock climbing, good jokes, Chinese language learning, and pants with pockets large enough for the whole bottle of ultrasound gel.

Dr. Travis Smith

Travis Smith is an attending EM doc and clinical preceptor at St. Vincent’s Southside in Jacksonville, Florida. He also currently serves as a Regional Dean for the Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine where he helps mentor 50 wonderful and bright third and fourth year medical students. He is a graduate from the University of Florida Emergency Residency-Jacksonville campus in 2012 and Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine-Bradenton in 2009. He received a degree in Biological Science from The Florida State University in 2005 (go Noles). In his spare time, he enjoys being a father of 3 young kids, golfing as much as possible, FSU football, and bedside ultrasound with his new Butterfly IQ.