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Friday, December 19th

Housestaff vs Faculty

Starting at noon in D 1.520

The faculty took the win last year in a close battle, … 14 more words
New And Interesting

Endocrinology Update

Today, just now in fact..
I had an Endo appointment, it went as well as can be expected.

Positives & negatives..

Firstly, what I am doing is not “unheard of”.. 211 more words

Dietary Treatment of Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy

Peripheral neuropathy, the most common type of diabetic neuropathy, causes pain or loss of feeling in the toes, feet, legs, hands, and arms. Diabetic peripheral neuropathy affects as many as 50% of older type 2 diabetic patients. 409 more words

Plant-based Diet

QI and Patient Safety Award!

Kudos to second year resident Jeremy (Takashi) Warshauer! He received 2nd place in the Quality Improvement-Patient Safety Category at the Texas ACP Annual Scientific Meeting. The abstract was titled “Six Sigma Application at University of Texas Southwestern Hospital: Implementation of High Risk Osteoporosis Consult (HIROC) for Treatment of Osteoporotic Fractures.”  Other authors included Rajeev Singh, Jason Fish, and Ugis Gruntmanis. Congratulations, Dr. Warshauer!

What Our Residents Are Up To

The naked truth

I recently discovered that it is believed by many that sharks do not get cancer, this is not true. Sharks get many kinds of cancer, they might not get bone cancer but that is because they don’t have bone, only cartilage (generally.) 332 more words


Do you hate going to the doctor?

Are you one of those people who hate going to the doctor? I’m Radioactive Robyn and I’m here to share my current experiences with my medical magicians in the hope you might change your mind. 2,135 more words


Anita L. Merrill, BS, MT(ASCP)

Title: Chief Medical Technologist
Company: The University of Georgia
Location: Tifton, GA United States
Distinguished Member

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