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A variable combination of interstitial lung disease, myopathy, fever, joint involvement, and mechanic’s hands characterize this systemic autoimmune syndrome
Rheumatologists face the emerging picture of cocaine and levamisole-associated vasculopathy in clinical practice
Departments: The Recipe for Becoming a Rheumatology Fellow
Residents fear that being keen on more than one field renders them dishonest and undedicated, but in my opinion, going into internal medicine was a declaration of having multiple interests. I tested waters and tried different flavors before I decided to pursue rheumatology.
A 66-year-old man presented to the hospital with left-sided visual loss, headache, hematuria, and symptoms of a chronic sinusitis.
Departments: Confusion, Expressive Aphasia, Gait Instability
A 49-year-old man presented to the hospital with confusion, dysarthria, expressive aphasia, and progressive gait instability.