Monthly Archives: January 2018

ROJoson Medical Clinic Booked Appointment Performance – 2017 and 2016 Summary Reports

Year-end 2017 Summary Report As I completed my last clinic for the year (December 21), here is a summary report on the performance of my booked appointment time system in ROJoson Medical Clinic for 2017.   1. I was late … Continue reading

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Pictorial Documentation of Patient’s Medical Condition

Pictorial Documentation of Patient’s Medical Condition I encourage pictorial documentation of patient’s medical condition – meaning taking pictures of whatever medical conditions that can be seen by the naked eyes by the patient and relatives and even by the doctors. … Continue reading

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ROJoson’s Options in Medical Management Project

Last January 1, 2018, I made a resolution to start 4 new projects for the next 5 years (up to 75 years old – my second count-down in life).  I have completed all my formulated projects up to age 70 … Continue reading

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ROJoson’s Clinical Research Project Starting 2018

Last January 1, 2018, I made a resolution to start 4 new projects for the next 5 years (up to 75 years old – my second count-down in life).  I have completed all my formulated projects up to age 70 … Continue reading

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Characteristic of border of a mass is a helpful clue in the diagnosis of benignity vs malignancy

When physicians palpated an abnormal mass in a patient’s body, one of the characteristics that they determine is whether the border of the mass is well-defined or not.  In trying to weigh the probability or likelihood of the mass being … Continue reading

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People who exercise regularly are less likely to get flu – 2018 – ROJoson / RO Joson

Last January 1, 2018, I was about to make a blog announcing my observation and experience that I did not get a flu for two straight years as a result of my daily exercises which I started 2 years ago.  … Continue reading

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If you’ve thought about breast cancer …

If you’ve thought about breast cancer … A Breast Self-Examination Brochure Reynaldo O. Joson, MD Circa 1985 Breast cancer is the most common type of cancers that afflicts Filipino women. It is killing many Filipino women because these cancers are … Continue reading

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