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Mizuho Morrison, DO and Mike Weinstock, MD
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Matt M., MD -

Another good month....I'm sure it was thought about, but I don't think it was actually mentioned - in the differential of a patient with bad sore throat without a lot of obvious findings/tonsillitis don't forget about epiglottitis. Also, with the "phytodermatitides" - I always tell them to "clean all potentially exposed items, and trim and scrub the fingernails". The latter comes from my concern that a few parts per million of the toxin (enough to transfer to another site on the skin) might be able to "hide" under those nails that are about 1/16 to 1/8 inch, and not be eliminated by standard hand washing. Not sure if this has been scientifically verified, just my thought. Are we going to see UC Rap at the UCAOA conference in May?? Matt Mullen

Mizuho M., DO -

Matt Mullen...all great comments as usual. When are you going to come on our show?? :) ~miz

Mike W., MD -

Great comments - thx! UC RAP has been at multiple UCAOA conferences, but unfortunately will not b at the conference this May. We plan to return to others in the future!!

Sylvia Z. -

Catching up late but this was a great month!! I love UC RAP!!

Mike W., MD -

Thx Sylvia!!
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