Clinical Pearls in Nephrology

Hickson, Latonya J.; Bundrick, John B.; Litin, Scott C.
November 2010
Mayo Clinic Proceedings;Nov2010, Vol. 85 Issue 11, p1046
Academic Journal
Case Study
The article presents several case studies on new teaching format "Clinical Pearls" for physician learning. One case refers to a 50-year old man with a history of bladder cancer with abnormal findings on urine cytology. Another study mentions the 60-year-old woman brought to the clinic due to progressive skin tightening and palpable woody feeling in the lower extremities leading to decreased ambulation. Moreover, it discusses the 35-year old woman diagnosed with chronic fatigue syndrome.


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