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Calciphylaxis

Mizuho Morrison, DO and Sam Ashoo, MD
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Sam and Miz discuss the diagnosis of calciphylaxis, which are indolent lesions involving the thighs commonly in dialysis patients. Typically gradual in onset, we need to consider calciphylaxis (CUA) if a necrotic core is present. This disease is rare but has a high mortality rate associated, hence this life threatening condition requires immediate initiation of therapy.

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Retrieve Those Filters Full episode audio for MD edition 170:36 min - 80 MB - M4APrimary Care RAP September 2018 Written Summary-V2 590 KB - PDF

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