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Validation Cases with consensus diagnosis, severity, and imputability

Validation Cases with consensus diagnosis, severity, and imputability

Validation Cases with consensus diagnosis, severity, and imputability. Case 1.

By december
(264 views)

Neurological Diseases/Injuries/Disorders

Neurological Diseases/Injuries/Disorders

Neurological Diseases/Injuries/Disorders. What can you do to protect your nervous system?. Epilepsy. Most common neurological disorder in US Seizure disorder(must have _____ or more)—__________________________________________________________________________

By jerom
(150 views)

Cervical nerve root block

Cervical nerve root block

Cervical nerve root block. Radiology Spine Injection Doctors. Nerve root block. Your doctor thinks a bulging disc is touching your nerve and is a cause of your pain. Nerve. Disc. Nerve root block.

By iden
(233 views)

SNS Intern Course Case Scenarios

SNS Intern Course Case Scenarios

SNS Intern Course Case Scenarios. 2014. Case # 7. 63 yr old left handed female presents with progressive headache, left homonymous hemianopia and left hemiparesis. PMH: HTN, DM, breast cancer 12 years earlier with negative follow up ROS: no systemic complaints

By anka
(108 views)

Meta Model I

Meta Model I

Meta Model I. hasEncounter. Patient. hasContext. Encounter. Clinical Context. Time:inside. hasObservation. hasContext. Observation Disease, Signs, Syndromes, Diagnostics Medications, Procedures etc. modifiedB y. hasLocus. Modifier Quality and Quantity modifier

By oneida
(130 views)

June 8, 2006

June 8, 2006

June 8, 2006. 66 year old woman with chronic ACL tear. Conjoined tendon seen on coronal images. CASE. 79 year old man with hyperuricemia and gout like symptoms. Initial ankle aspiration (1/13) was negative for crystal. Suspect crystal deposition disease from MR. CASE. 3652122 MR.

By marisa
(100 views)

Point Indication

Point Indication

Point Indication. class 3. * = rarely used except for local functions ** = some interesting function, used occasionally *** = Important Point; some clinically useful function(s) or indication(s). **** = Very important point; systemic functions that make the point central to the Channel.

By yoshi
(139 views)

Monthly CASE PRESENTATION

Monthly CASE PRESENTATION

Monthly CASE PRESENTATION. Ron Masri, PT, Doctor of Physical Therapy Board Certified Orthopedic Specialist Certified Athletic Trainer Fellow In Training, Evidence In Motion BODY REGION: Cervicothoracic , Upper Extremity. PATIENT INTERVIEW.

By toya
(128 views)

Chronic Pain

Chronic Pain

Chronic Pain. Dr. MC Chu Anaesthesia and Intensive Care PWH. Agenda. Start at acute pain Un-veil the complexity of chronic pain In second part we will try to treat them. Let’s start with acute pain. Tissue damage Site and intensity correlation Gets better with healing (self limiting).

By rafe
(196 views)

Chronic Pain

Chronic Pain

Chronic Pain. Dr. MC Chu Anaesthesia and Intensive Care PWH. Agenda. Start at acute pain Un-veil the complexity of chronic pain In second part we will try to treat them. Let’s start with acute pain. Tissue damage Site and intensity correlation Gets better with healing (self limiting).

By victor-robles
(142 views)

SNS Intern Course Case Scenarios

SNS Intern Course Case Scenarios

SNS Intern Course Case Scenarios. 2014. Case # 7. 63 yr old left handed female presents with progressive headache, left homonymous hemianopia and left hemiparesis. PMH: HTN, DM, breast cancer 12 years earlier with negative follow up ROS: no systemic complaints

By jessica-george
(129 views)

Healing whiplash through chiropractor Methods

Healing whiplash through chiropractor Methods

Whiplash is a common type of problems that usually suffered in car accidents. It commonly happens on account of a sudden an immediate clash of one vehicle with different in which the occupants might endure unexpected force on the neck, causing it to move ahead and then backward, hard.

By chiropracticc
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Pain Management 1 st of 3 Lectures September 18, 2017

Pain Management 1 st of 3 Lectures September 18, 2017

Pain Management 1 st of 3 Lectures September 18, 2017. John Hopper, MD L. Raquel Clary-Lantis, DO. Outline. Introduction CAPC modules Pain Assessment Pain Cases. Introduction. 116 million affected by pain

By ctinker
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Save the Date!

Save the Date!

Save the Date!. NW Surgical Research Foundation Conference March 2018 @ ReboundMD facebook.com / ReboundMD /. Causes and Treatments of Neck and Arm Pain. Brian Ragel, MD. No conflicts of interest No disclosures I can never do less, I can always do more. Introduction. Anatomy

By tennillek
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Meta Model I

Meta Model I

Meta Model I. hasEncounter. Patient. hasContext. Encounter. Clinical Context. Time:inside. hasObservation. hasContext. Observation Disease, Signs, Syndromes, Diagnostics Medications, Procedures etc. modifiedB y. hasLocus. Modifier Quality and Quantity modifier

By dbolen
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