- Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate (ESR) & C-reactive Protein (CRP)15:08Paper Chase #1 | Pediatric Head Trauma After 24 Hours4:43Nasal Fractures13:24What Would I Do Next | Diverticulitis20:41Paper Chase #2 | Antibiotics For Bacterial Conjunctivitis5:04Gout Management18:07Approach To Chest X-Ray | Part 216:37Anisocoria12:48Paper Chase #3 | Ondansetron Use In Pregnancy4:33Excellence In The Physical Exam | Neuro Exam Part 29:33Paper Chase #4 | Managing Croup Patients3:57Probiotics10:37Personality Disorders and The Difficult Patient | Part 1Free Chapter21:53Paper Chase #5 | Buddy Taping For Boxer’s Fractures5:05Personality Disorders and The Difficult Patient | Part 215:49The Summary10:19
When a patient has an abnormally dilated pupil clinicians should have a wide differential diagnosis. Clinical tests such as the swinging flashlight test can help differentiate between an occular and a neurologic problem.
Difficult patient vs. personality disorder? Full episode audio for MD edition 187:27 min - 88 MB - M4AHippo Urgent Care RAP - May 2019 Written Summary 572 KB - PDF