- Introduction: Functional Dyspepsia12:51Stupid Mistakes: Rob and Mel4:34Allergy Myth Busting, Part 124:25Paper Chase 1: Knee Osteoarthritis6:04B12 DeficiencyFree Chapter13:59Stupid Mistakes: Admissions2:04Paper Chase 2: No Fasting Necessary Prior to Checking Lipid Levels6:02Things I Do, But Should I? Celecoxib10:03Stupid Mistakes: Wrong Place, Wrong Title1:56Paper Chase 3: Multi-Target Stool DNA Testing7:04Petechiae in Kids24:06Paper Chase 4: Anticoagulant Treatment for Unprovoked Pulmonary Embolism5:41What Do I Do Next? Numbness20:56Stupid Mistakes: Intern Days2:23Allergy Myth Busting, Part 220:04Paper Chase 5: Yet Another Reason to Limit PPI Prescription7:08The Summary13:59
When evaluating patients with subjective complaints, it is important to rule out organic causes. There are many critical diagnosis that are non-neurological as well as neurological that should be considered including transient ischemic attack, stroke, hypoglycemia, intracranial hemorrhage and other considerations. Mike and Mizuho discuss a good case of a subjective complaint with a troublesome outcome.