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- Leader Spotlight: Doan Nguyen Today’s spotlight is AMSA member and leader Doan Nguyen! Doan is a third-year medical student at Ross University School of Medicine Chapter, […]
- Leader Spotlight: Thomas Frauenhofer Today’s spotlight is AMSA member and leader Thomas Frauenhofer! Thomas is a second-year medical student at Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine Chapter, […]
- This month’s Leader Spotlight is Dylan Carroll! Dylan is a student at Trinity School of Medicine Clinical Sciences Medical Chapter, pursuing a focus in Emergency Medicine/Infectious Disease. Why […]
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From Weekly Consult
“Yale New Haven’s NICU makes parents part of patient care”
Yale New Haven Children’s Hospital neonatal intensive care unit was once the first in the country; now it’ll also be the most advanced NICU in the United States. The new NICU opened this week and features its own procedure room, simulation lab and breast milk management room. It’ll add an MRI specifically for premature babies next year.
From The New Physician
“What’s the Diagnosis? Colon Mass in an Infertile Woman”
A 45-year-old GP woman presents to the office with a six-month history of left lower quadrant abdominal pain and constipation. She states that the pain is vague and intermittent, and that she has small, unsatisfactory bowel movements. There is no associated melena or hematochezia. Read more to see if you can discover the most likely diagnosis.