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A Voice in Your Ear: Podcasts as a Strategy to Support Successful Student Transition into Medical Education. (American Medical Association Accelerating Changed in Medical Education Annual Conference, 2017-08)A Voice in Your Ear: Podcasts as a Strategy to Support Successful Student Transition into Medical Education Michael LaPelusa, Valerie Terry, Ph.D., Arden Dingle, M.D. Background The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley ...
(American Association of Medical Colleges Learn, Serve, Lead Annual Meeting, 2018-11)“A Voice In Your Ear” Podcast – The Second Year Michael LaPelusa, Joy Alvarado, Ignacio Escobado, Valerie Terry, Ph.D., Arden Dingle, M.D. Background In July of 2016, the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley (UTRGV) ...
Doxycycline Didn’t Cure the Fever! An Interesting Case of Large Granular Lymphocytic (LGL) Leukemia with Secondary Hemophagocytic Lymphohistiocytosis (HLH). (South Texas Regional Chapter - American College of Physicians, 2019-05)HLH: A rare association with LGL Leukemia Dayan Ojeda-Damas MD, Ayesha Hamid MD, Kevin Wu MD, Michael Lapelusa MS-3, Nabeel Sarhill MD, Henry Kwang MD University of Texas Rio Grande Valley. Internal Medicine Residency ...
(CHEST Annual Meeting, 2019-10)Title Coughing up Casts – an Adult Case of Plastic Bronchitis Authors Michael LaPelusa1, Ayesha Hamid1,2, Dayan Ojeda-Damas1,2, Rehan Ansari1,2, Supraja Thunuguntla1,2, Daniella Concha1, Carlos Ramos1,2, Laura Garcia1,2, ...
Plastic Sheath Fragment Within Renal Pelvis: An Unusual and Rare Complication of Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy (Journal of Endourology Case Reports, Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., 2019-05-30)Introduction: Percutaneous nephrolithotomy (PCNL) is the treatment of choice for the management of large renal stones. This technique enjoys a high success rate with minimal complications being reported. Case Presentation: ...
Genetic analysis localizes a novel locus on chromosome 4q for the glaucoma endophenotype, cup-to-disc ratio: The Jiri Eye Study (2019)The Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO) 2019
Pumping Iron - How Do Race and Gender Affect the Risk of Anemia in a Cohort of Predominantly Hispanic Heart Failure Patients in the Rio Grande Valley? (2019-01-07)Introduction Anemia in patients with heart failure (HF) is common. Data reported shows a variable prevalence ranging from 10-40%. Additionally, it has also been demonstrated that it is associated with poor outcomes. ...
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