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Episode 107 – Human dx unknown with Sharmin and Cleveland Clinic residents – abdominal distention, dyspnea on exertion, and fatigue

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Dr. Hastie presents a Human Dx case to Sharmin & Cleveland Clinic residents – Drs. Almaaitah and Montane.

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Human Dx Case

Dr. Bryce Montane

Bryce Montane is a Floridian born and raised! He went to University of South Florida as part of the 7-year medical program for undergraduate and medical school. He is now a PGY-3 Internal Medicine resident at the Cleveland Clinic. He is part of the inaugural Clinician Educator Track. He will be staying at the Cleveland Clinic next year as a Chief Resident and will then be pursuing a career in academic medicine.

Dr. Saja Almaaitah

Saja Almaaitah was born and raised in Jordan and graduated from the University of Jordan school of medicine. She then moved to the United States and joined Cleveland clinic for her internal medicine residency. During which, she was part of the clinical research scholar track. She has recently graduated residency and joined the rheumatology department at Cleveland Clinic. She hopes to pursue a career in academic medicine and research. In her free time, she enjoys hiking, reading and cooking.

Dr. Elizabeth Hastie

Elizabeth (Lizzy) Hastie is currently a third year internal medicine resident at UCSD. She completed her undergraduate education at the University of Colorado Boulder, and she attended Emory University for medical school. Lizzy is a member of the Resident as Clinician Educator (RACE) track at UCSD and will be a Chief Medical Resident for the 2021-2022 academic year. She is interested in pursuing an infectious disease fellowship following her chief year.