Primary Care Reviews and Perspectives

The lively pulse of primary care in an entertaining, monthly podcast.

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Anemia Deep Dive: Macrocytosis

From August 2016 – Feeling Restless

Tom Deloughery, MD and Rob Orman, MD
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Hypothyroidism, Part 1

From July 2016 – Creme de la Thyroid

Heidi James, MD and Tania Gallant, MD
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Clostridium Difficile

From June 2016 – C Diff Shows No Mercy!

Heidi James, MD and Dan Smyth, MD
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Things I Do But Should I? Pregabalin in Radicular Back Pain

From May 2016 – The Sexology of Radicular Back Pain

Adrien Selim, MD and Vanessa Cardy, MD
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Screening for Ovarian Cancer: Part 1

From April 2016 – Hernias and Ovaries

Casey Parker, MD and David Cohn, MD
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