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55-yo, awaiting transplant, suspect renal neoplasm, next step?
MKSAP 16 question: 55-yo awaiting kidney transplant (ESRD per lupus). Kidney ultrasound reveals a complex-appearing mass suspicious for a renal neoplasm in the right kidney. Which of the following is the most appropriate imaging study to perform next? A) CT with contrast (51%) [correct answer] B) Intravenous pyelography C) MRI with gadolinium D) Positron emission tomography (30%) [wrong answer that I chose] So I understand that CT is the better radiological modality to characterize said... 55-yo, awaiting transplant, suspect renal neoplasm, next step? (Source: Student Doctor Network)
Source: Student Doctor Network - March 7, 2017 Category: Universities & Medical Training Authors: DrMetal Source Type: forums

Intraop Seizure
Long time lurker here. Enjoyed reading clinical discussions. I'm quite fresh out of training and would appreciate any feedback or wisdom about a recent case: 50 yo F for elective lumbar laminectomy. PMH of lupus anticoagulant with previous right central retinal vein thrombosis on plavix + coumadin, off both for 5 days for surgery. She's on Plaquenil, CellCept, Prednisone for SLE. No h/o HTN, DM, stroke, heart/lung/renal/hepatic issues. 100kg BMI 35. NKDA. No previous GA anesthetic... Intraop Seizure (Source: Student Doctor Network)
Source: Student Doctor Network - June 8, 2016 Category: Universities & Medical Training Authors: eggscal99 Source Type: forums

Re: Systemic lupus erythematosus
(Source: BMJ Comments)
Source: BMJ Comments - July 4, 2015 Category: Journals (General) Source Type: forums

Systemic lupus erythrocyte
Forum: Biology, biochemistry and other life sciences Posted By: Anatomy =) Post Time: 27-02-2015 at 19:39 (Source: The Student Room)
Source: The Student Room - February 27, 2015 Category: Universities & Medical Training Source Type: forums

Free access to BMJ cardiology content in February
To mark National Heart Month in the UK, BMJ is offering free access to a selection of content from its cardiology journals and products (see full list here) and 15% off the article publishing charge when you publish your cardiology research in one of its open access journals (Open Heart, BMJ Open, Lupus Science & Medicine). To claim the 15% use promotion code ZJ6UJR3 upon payment after your article has been accepted. Here are some of the free modules from BMJ Learning: 10 minute consultation - diagnosis and management of chronic heart failure Chest pain of recent origin - assessment and diagnosis: in as...
Source: Doc2Doc BMJ Cardiology - February 3, 2015 Category: Cardiology Authors: Sabreena Source Type: forums