Monthly Archives: June 2016

An Experience with a Patient with a Breast Problem

Once you feel a breast lump, consult a breast specialist as soon as possible. Once you feel a breast lump, you feel anxious.  You fear that it may be a cancer. Consult a breast specialist right away who may help … Continue reading

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ROJoson’s Patients Saved from Unnecessary Breast Operations

Since June 23, 2012, I have a project dubbed as “Patients Saved from Unnecessary Breast Operations.”  I have made a registry of patients whom I have saved from unnecessary breast operations.   The main inclusion criterion will be those patients who were previously advised … Continue reading

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Calcifications in the Human Body

Calcification is the accumulation of calcium salts in the human body.  Normally, calcium salts are deposited in the bone and teeth.  Some would be deposited in other tissues of the human body, normally, as part of the aging process and … Continue reading

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Hyperparathyroidism, Secondary, Chronic Renal Disease

44 years old / female with chronic renal disease, on dialysis, with persistently high parathyroid hormone levels and low calcium, with calcium deposits on right shoulder labeled as myositis ossificans on x-ray, negative sestamibi scan. With right shoulder deformity – … Continue reading

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Learning Medicine

from Chauvenisms in Medicine Medicine is a most difficult art to acquire.  All the college can do is to teach the students principles, based on facts in science, and give him good methods of work.  These simply start him in … Continue reading

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Aphorisms of Sir William Osler

Medicine is a science of uncertainty and an art of probability. The Physician is one who cures sometimes, alleviates often, but comfort always. Medicine is learned at the bedside – not in the classroom. The art of medicine is to … Continue reading

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