Rapid Revision: Serum Sickness Like Reactions
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Rapid Revision: Serum Sickness Like Reactions

Background: Serum sickness like reaction is a rare but well-recognized adverse effect with certain drugs, especially antibiotics, amongst which Cefaclor is particularly famous for this. The condition mimics typical serum sickness, which is a type III Hypersensitivity reaction but has not been associated with a similar pathophysiology. In fact the pathogenesis of serum sickness like … Continue reading

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Rapid Revision: Rheumatoid Pneumoconiosis
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Rapid Revision: Rheumatoid Pneumoconiosis

More popularly known as Caplan’s Syndrome, after Dr. Anthony Caplan of the Cardiff Pneumoconiosis Panel, who was the first to describe this condition, this is, as the name suggests, a combination of Rheumatoid Arthritis and Pneumoconiosis. Epidemiology: With the fall in coal mining industry and the rise of health standards for industrial workers, this disease … Continue reading

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Why the Future of Medicine Should Not be Predicted Based on Recruiting Company Surveys
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Why the Future of Medicine Should Not be Predicted Based on Recruiting Company Surveys

KevinMD has been the blogging guru of almost all the young medical bloggers out there. I am no exception. I have been reading Kevin Pho’s blog ever since he wrote it on blogspot with a grid-focus theme. Of late, his blog has become a mishmash of ideas, with a cornucopia of bloggers writing on his … Continue reading

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