www.Pearls4Peers.com just turned 7 with 2022 poised to become its best year ever in viewership (>30,000 views so far)! To mark this “momentous” occasion, I thought I would share with you, loyal viewers and subscribers, the 7 most viewed posts of 2022 at its midway point. Imagine rounding on the wards with your team and someone asks you one or more of these questions. Take a crack at answering them and compare your answers with those of P4P (Ctrl+Click)! Have fun!
- What is the significance of teardrop cells(dacrocytes) on the peripheral smear of my patient with newly-discovered pancytopenia?
- My elderly patient developed a flare-up of her gout few days after receiving covid-19 vaccine. Is there a connection between immunization and gout flare?
- What is the clinical relevance of the “SPICE” organisms?
- What does an “indeterminate” result in QuantiFERON Gold in-Tube Test for latent tuberculosis really mean?
- What is the difference between “moderate” and “high complexity” medical decision making under the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) rule?
- The urine culture of my female patient with urgency is growing Lactobacillus. Should I treat it?
- Why is serum AST levels generally higher than ALT in alcohol-induced liver injury?
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Disclosures: The listed questions and answers are solely the responsibility of the author and do not necessarily represent the official views of Mercy Hospital-St. Louis, Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Catalyst, Harvard University, their affiliate academic healthcare centers, or its contributors. Although every effort has been made to provide accurate information, the author is far from being perfect. The reader is urged to verify the content of the material with other sources as deemed appropriate and exercise clinical judgment in the interpretation and application of the information provided herein. No responsibility for an adverse outcome or guarantees for a favorable clinical result is assumed by the author. Thank you!