Board Review General Medicine

Review of Medicine Part II

Adam Thau, MD

This is the second of a 2-part lecture on general medicine by emergency room physician Dr. Adam Thau. Again, he focuses on topics pertinent to the podiatric profession while offering valuable insight. Topics presented include respiratory diseases, pulmonary embolism, DVT, abdominal pain, kidney stones, malignancies, anemia, rheumatologic disorders, skin cancer, burns, allergic reactions, and steroid use, among others. Dr. Thau ends the lecture by discussing the importance of medical documentation and medical ethics.

  • Author
  • Adam Thau, MD

    Director Emergency Services
    Northwest Medical Center
    Margate, Florida

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