We are a group of medical students, residents, and attending physicians. Passionate about medical education, we want to provide all trainees and clinicians more opportunities to hone their clinical reasoning skills. By working through cases in a step-by-step fashion, we formulate differential diagnoses in a thoughtful and stimulating environment. We invite you to listen and have some fun with us!
Episode 34: A Shocking Diagnosis
Dr. Stephanie Maximous is back to help walk us through an exciting critical care case! From shock, to vents, to pulmonary pathology–stay tuned for the clinical pearls!
Episode 33: A clinical case of subacute diarrhea
Listen along as we work through an abundance of metabolic disturbances in this fascinating case! Dr. Casey McQuade and Dr. Michelle Fleshner brilliantly lead us to an unexpected final diagnosis. Have some fun with us as we solve this case together!
Episode 32: A clinical case of fever in a returning traveler
Dr. Alex Viehman is back! He brilliantly drops some great ID pearls throughout this puzzling case! As you listen along, think about how you would build your own framework for this problem.
Episode 31: A clinical case of altered mental status
Chief resident, Casey McQuade, and ID guru, Alex Viehman, discuss a puzzling case of altered mental status. Get ready to learn about frameworks, problem representations, and prioritized differentials!
Episode 30: Progressive dyspnea
Dr. Stephanie Maximous (pulm-CCM) and Dr. Alex Viehman (ID) join us for episode 30! These experts seamlessly narrow down a wide-spectrum of differentials in this immunocompromised patient.
Episode 29: Severe back pain
Chief medical residents Dr. Casey McQuade and Dr. Michelle Fleshner discuss differentials, lumping vs splitting, and (of course) cat videos. Listen along for an hour of clinical reasoning pearls and entertaining discussion as we walk through this challenging case! Loading…