Category Archives: Clinical Reasoning

Deliberate practice: the secret to improve in Medicine

The Master shows his clinical ability

After several years attending the Conference of The Society to Improve Diagnosis in Medicine, there is a person who always comes to my mind when the subject is clinical reasoning. Dr. Gurpreet Dhaliwhal, an internist and Professor at UCLA-SF,

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Myocardial infarction in women: a cause of diagnostic delay

Myocardial infarction in women

Women with a coronary syndrome can have atypical symptoms

The coronary syndrome in a woman can start  with atypical symtoms in comparison to a man. A pleuritic pain, a  burning sensation, as well as dyspnea of unusual characteristics or pain in the upper back or in the epigastric area.

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