Reza and Rabih discuss a fascinating case of unilateral lower extremity edema. Episode is sponsored by Glass Health – the best digital notebook for clinicians. @GlassHealthHQ rlrCPSOLVERS.COM
The spaced learning series team tackles the case of a patient with a non-resolving pulmonary inflammatory syndrome, found to have a cavitary lesion on lung imaging with glomerulonephritis. Download CPSolvers App here RLRCPSOLVERS
Reza and Rabih discuss a tricky case of acute severe dyspnea Episode is sponsored by Glass Health – the best digital notebook for clinicians. @GlassHealthHQ rlrCPSOLVERS.COM Use the coupon code RLRHOLIDAYS for 30% discount of the annual plan Rlrcpsolvers.com/annual-plan/
Maani and Emily are joined by Dr. Rachael Lee for a clinical unknown. Dr. Rachael Lee @DoctorRachael Dr. Lee joined the UAB Division of Infectious Diseases at UAB in 2016 and is currently an Associate Professor. She is the UAB Chief Healthcare Epidemiologist and… Read More »Episode 268: WDx #21 – Clinical Unknown with Dr. Rachael Lee
Ann Marie, Jack and Dan discuss and delve deeper into hypokalemia and hypophosphatemia schemas based on a case presented by Sharmin. Schemas Hypokalemia Hypokalemia a practical approach Hypophosphatemia Download CPSolvers App here RLRCPSOLVERS
We continue our campaign to #EndNeurophobia, with the help of Dr. Aaron Berkowitz. This time, John presents a case of diplopia to Valeria and Madellena. Neurology DDx Schema John Acquaviva @DrJAStrange John Acquaviva is a fourth-year medical student attending Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine… Read More »Episode 263: Neurology VMR – Diplopia
Reza discussed a mind-blowing case presented by Rabih rlrCPSOLVERS.COM RLR have transitioned from Patreon to have their website rlrCPSolvers.com Check out this virtual classroom full of bonus schemas, illness scripts, teaching videos and case challenges. Rlrcpsolvers.com
The SLS team tackles the case of a young woman presenting with a prolonged, inflammatory pulmonary syndrome is found to have pulmonary granulomas, headaches and hyponatremia. Join them as they apply CPSolvers schemas to real life Patient care to facilitate the diagnostic reasoning process. Download… Read More »Episode 258: Spaced Learning Series – Pulmonary Granulomas, Headache, and Hyponatremia
Episode 257: Schema Episode – All Things Pancreatic! Pancreatitis, Pancreatitis Complications, and Pancreatic Mass
Sharmin, Ann Marie, and Dan discuss a case that takes us on a journey through the pancreas and hepatobiliary systems with schemas at every stop of the way! Schemas: Acute Pancreatitis Pancreatic Mass Pancreatic Mass (Simple) Jaundice Download CPSolvers App here Patreon website
RLR discussing an intriguing case of nausea. Big news RLR are ending their time on Patreon soon and hosting content on their own website. Stay tuned for more info. Download CPSolvers App here Patreon website
We cannot wait to share the new RLR website with you as our time on Patreon is coming to an end. The website is our dream project. You will be notified once the website is up before anyone else. We are a few weeks away!!! … Read More »Patreon exclusive: RLR 106_Headache
Dr. Rezigh presents a case of fever in a patient newly diagnosed with HIV to Dr. Woc-Colburn. Dr. Alec Rezigh Alec Rezigh is an academic hospitalist at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, TX. He completed medical school at McGovern Medical School in Houston and his… Read More »Episode 254: Clinical Unknown with Drs. Kumfer, Rezigh, and Woc-Colburn
“Welcome back Clinical Problem Solvers,” Uncle Bob said. “Wow, that is so good, so so good,” Rabih reflexively responded. “Hey, wait a minute, I’ve given 104 intros and never received a compliment for my welcome back ‘clinical problem solvers,’ Rabih!!!” Reza quipped We hope you… Read More »Patreon exclusive: RLR 105_Nausea feat Uncle Bob
We are excited to bring you this special Clinical Unknown episode with Eleanor, Kate, David, and Mike discussing a case of back pain. Download CPSolvers App here Patreon website
Dear Patrons, Many times in medicine it is not one diagnosis but multiple diagnoses each contributing a different amount to the clinical problem. This cryptic message will become clear once you listen to this jam-packed episode. Enjoy RR This episode is available on Patreon only. Why? … Read More »Patreon exclusive: RLR 104_Nausea
In this episode, Dr. Ashley McMullen, Dr. Simone Vais, and Jane Lock share stories of setbacks in medicine related to the theme, “I thought I was alone.” Session moderated by Madellena Conte. Interested in sharing a story during a future Setbacks in Medicine discussion? Fill… Read More »Episode 251: WDx #18 – Setbacks in Medicine: “I thought I was alone”
Moses and Valeria review their approaches for fever in the inpatient and anemia, as they talk through a case presented by Simone. Schema: Fever: the journey Anemia Thought Train Download CPSolvers App here Patreon website
We have made it to 100 episodes. We are grateful for each and everyone of you. If you are enjoying this content, please recommend it to a friend and/or colleague. We will have fun learning medicine together. Thank you, RR This episode is available… Read More »Patreon exclusive: RLR 100
We continue our campaign to #EndNeurophobia, with the help of Dr. Aaron Berkowitz. This time, Valeria Roldan presents a case of tremors and myoclonus to Dr. Aaron Berkowitz. Neurology DDx Schema Valeria Roldán @valeroldan23 Valeria is a medical student at Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredia. She was… Read More »Episode 247: Neurology VMR – Tremors & Myoclonus
“Is it a rare disease or a disease that is rarely diagnosed?” Such powerful words from Dr. Lisa Sanders. She presented RR a case before it was published in NYT. Enjoy. This episode is available on Patreon only. Why? More about the RLR series here.
Pratik presents a case of dyspnea and RUQ pain to Fred. Dr. Fred McLafferty Fred McLafferty, MD is a fellow in the Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care at the University of California, San Francisco. His research interest is in how certain environmental particles and… Read More »Episode 246: Clinical Unknown with Fred, Pratik, and Simone
Dr. Jenn Davis presents a consult question to Dan, Doug, Emma, Sukriti, and Dr. Laila Woc-Colburn. Dr. Laila Woc-Colburn Dr. Laila Woc-Colburn is an associate professor in the Division of Infectious Diseases at Emory University School of Medicine in Atlanta. She is a renowned medical educator… Read More »Episode 245: The Consult Question #7 – Brain Abscesses
Dear Patrons, You don’t want to miss this episode. Two cases in one hour. CPSolvers’ team member and extraordinary diagnostician, Kirtan, presents two fascinating cases to RR that have a similar theme. We highly recommend you follow Kirtan on Twitter to enhance your… Read More »Patreon exclusive: RLR 97_2 Cases (Anasarca, Hemoptysis) with Kirtan!!
In this episode, Maani and Sharmin are joined by Dr. Tara Gadde who presents a clinical unknown case to Dr. Aimee Zaas followed by a discussion on leadership, mentorship, and career transition points. Uttara (Tara) Gadde Uttara (Tara) Gadde is an internal medicine resident at… Read More »Episode 242: WDx #17 – “The Next Play”
Hi Patrons, You don’t want to miss this one with one our of favorite teachers, mentors, and clinician-educators, Uncle Bob!! We hope you enjoy. UBRLR This episode is available on Patreon only. Why? More about the RLR series here.
Dear Patrons, We are excited for this week! We are going to bring you two back-to-back episodes. The first one is an “eye opener!” The second one is bread and butter medicine. Thank you for all your support. And remember … Keep diagnosing friends RR… Read More »Patreon exclusive: RLR 94_The Eye Patch
Episode 240: Anti-Racism in Medicine Series – Episode 17 – ‘Just’ Births: Reproductive Justice & Black/Indigenous Maternal Health Equity
CPSolvers: Anti-Racism in Medicine Series Episode 17 – ‘Just’ Births: Reproductive Justice & Black/Indigenous Maternal Health Equity Show Notes by Ayana Watkins May 31, 2022 Summary: This episode centers the roles of reproductive justice and anti-racist action in rectifying inequities faced by Black and… Read More »Episode 240: Anti-Racism in Medicine Series – Episode 17 – ‘Just’ Births: Reproductive Justice & Black/Indigenous Maternal Health Equity
Sharmin, Ann Marie, and Jack discuss a fascinating case of back pain and granulomas presented by Dan. Schemas: Low Back Pain Overview Bony Back Pain Overview Granuloma on Histopath Bone Lesions Antibiotic Failure Download CPSolvers App here Patreon website
RLR discussed an intriguing case of a chronic consolidation Thank you to our dear friend and colleague Dr. Kelley Chuang for her help with the production of this episode. (You are a legend, Kelley!) @kelleychuang To listen to more RLR episodes, consider subscribing to Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/cpsolvers
Dear Patrons!!! We wish you a lovely week full of learning. Huge shout out to our guest and dear friend, Anand, on this week’s episode. Anand is a trail blazer in making the invisible, in clinical reasoning, visible for undergradute medical trainees. https://twitter.com/AnandJag1 The final… Read More »Patreon exclusive: RLR 93_Live from San Diego!!!
We hope you enjoy this episode as much as we did recording it. Let us know what you think! Press pause after each aliquot, analyze the data, unpause, listen to RR, and repeat. Thank you for your support. RLR This episode is available on Patreon only.… Read More »Patreon exclusive: RLR 92_Alc Hep Part 2 – Blood Per Orum
We are grateful to each of you. RR often discuss their fortune in finding such a supportive community. We hope you enjoy the 2nd episode of the week. Huge shout out to the residents at Legacy Health in Portland. They are smart, kind, and hungry… Read More »Patreon exclusive: Bonus Episode_RLR 91 – Recurrent intubation
Hi Patrons, You won’t want to miss this episode. Trust us. #EpicCase Krishna is finishing his last week of MS3 year @ VCU School of Medicine. He did a PHENOMENAL job presenting the case. Huge shout out to Dr. Patrick Fadden @ptfaddenMD, a superb clinician-educator,… Read More »Patreon exclusive: RLR 90 w/ Krishna Ravindra
Dear dear dear patrons, We hope you enjoy part 1 of this 2 part series. The RIDDLER aka the mathematician is at it again. “Make each day your masterpiece.” Joshua Wooden (father of teacher and coach John Wooden) Enjoy, RR This episode is available… Read More »Patreon exclusive: RLR 89 – A case of jaundice
Reza discussed a case that begins with dysuria, but ends in a way you will not believe. To listen to more RLR episodes, consider subscribing to Patreonhttps://www.patreon.com/cpsolvers
Dear Patrons, We hope you enjoy this episode as much as we enjoyed recording it. It doesn’t matter whether you get the dx or not. What matters is that you are (slightly) better tomorrow than you are today. Thank you to our dear friend… Read More »Patreon exclusive: RLR 88 – Fever
Dear friends, The only way we significantly grow is through reflection! Listen to this episode, reflect, and become better for the patient you treat tomorrow and the student you teach tomorrow. We thank you for your support. Is it Reza loves Rabih or Rabih loves… Read More »Patreon exclusive: RLR 87 – Dysuria
Hello friends, We hope you enjoy this episode. It features three short cases! We appreciate your continued support of RLR. And remember … keep diagnosing lovely people RR This episode is available on Patreon only. Why? More about the RLR series here.
In this case, Anna and Moses work through the schemas of dyspnea, AMS, HIV & infection, and lymphocytic pleocytosis as they discuss a case presented by Simone. Schema: DyspneaAMS 2.0HIV & infectionLymphocytic pleocytosis Download CPSolvers App here Patreon website
We hope you enjoy this episode recorded on Reza’s birthday, April 3rd. The best gift you could give us is to share RLR series with your friends and family. Thank you for supporting CPSolvers. Rabih and Reza aka RLR This episode is available on Patreon only.… Read More »Patreon exclusive: RLR 85 – A Birthday Celebration – Early Satiety
Ann Marie, Jack, and Dan talk through the hemoptysis and pulmonary-renal syndromes schemas based on a case presented by Sharmin Schemas: Hemoptysis Pulmonary Renal Syndrome Download CPSolvers App here Patreon website
Dr. Rehman presents an unsolved Dx mystery from Pakistan! Patreon We’ve spiced up Patreon! Check out these two examples tier 3 videos The Tale of the Toe – https://vimeo.com/689507245 Spontaneous versus Secondary Peritonitis – https://vimeo.com/687572741 And here’s the main Patreon website: Patreon.com/CPSolvers.
We are incredibly grateful to Dr. Rabia Qaiser for sharing a superb case with RR. You might need Dr. Google for this one. Thank you for your support. Without you, the RLR series would not exist. RR This episode is available on Patreon only. Why? More… Read More »Patreon exclusive: RLR 84 – A case from Lahore, Pakistan!
Dear Patrons, This was an EPIC recording with one of our dearest friends and colleagues, Dr. Aisha Rehman! You can follow her on Twitter @ https://twitter.com/ai_rehman Dr. Aisha Rehman, thank you for taking the time to present your patient’s case. We are still awaiting a… Read More »Patreon exclusive: RLR 83 from Pakistan with Dr. Aisha Rehman! (Part 1)
Happy Sunday to our dear patrons. We hope you enjoy this one as much as we enjoyed recording it. You will want to follow https://twitter.com/mendesthiagob after listening to the episode! Many thanks, RR This episode is available on Patreon only. Why? More about the RLR series here. … Read More »Patreon exclusive: RLR 82 – Too much sugar
It is hard to believe we are already at 80 episodes with 719 patrons. We cannot thank each of you enough for allowing RR to chase their dream of teaching/learning diagnostic reasoning. We all are on an epic journey together. This episode is very special… Read More »Patreon exclusive: RLR 80 with Uncle Bob – Hyperkalemia
Dear Patrons! Sometimes things are not what they seem. We hope you enjoy this episode. Many thanks for your continued support. Your two goofy clinical problem solvers, RR This episode is available on Patreon only. Why? More about the RLR series here.
In this episode, Anna & Smitha review the schemas of Inflammation and Glomerulonephritis as they work through a case presented by Emma. Glomerulonephritis Inflammation – Overview Download CPSolvers App here Patreon website
Dear friends, This episode is longer than usual but trust us that you will enjoy the magic created by Mike. He is a storyteller and a superb teacher. Mike – we are grateful you joined us for the hour. Hands down one of the top… Read More »Patreon exclusive: RLR 78 – Dr. Michael Croglio presents an EPIC case to RLR
Episode 223: Anti-Racism in Medicine Series – Episode 14 – Race, Place, and Health: Clinician and Community Perspectives
CPSolvers: Anti-Racism in Medicine Series Episode 14: Race, Place, and Health: Clinician and Community Perspectives Show Notes by Alec Calac February 15th, 2022 Summary: This episode highlights how racism manifests in the built environment, and how community and individual-level efforts can mitigate these inequities. This… Read More »Episode 223: Anti-Racism in Medicine Series – Episode 14 – Race, Place, and Health: Clinician and Community Perspectives
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We continue our campaign to #EndNeurophobia, with the help of Dr. Aaron Berkowitz. This time, Maria presents a case of increased drowsiness to Dr. Mathieu Brunet and Dr. Mattia Rosso. Neurology DDx Schema Maria Jimena Aleman Maria Jimena Aleman María Jimena Alemán was born and raised in Guatemala… Read More »Episode 220: Neurology VMR – Drowsiness