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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ROJoson as a Primary Physician

Today, January 13, 2018, a physician-patient, in her mid-60s, asked me point-blank: “Rey, can you be my primary physician?”  I was taken aback when she suddenly asked me this question.  One, I know she knows that I am a surgeon.  … Continue reading

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