Randolph Modlin

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A teaching module in ambulatory internal medicine has been added to a residency program in a large referral hospital. The effort was directed to structure a program of instruction reflecting common problems seen by primary care internists. Patients were screened by supervising staff to make the rotation an efficient learning experience. Experienced nurse(More)
BACKGROUND Evacuation of soldiers with acute coronary syndromes to U.S. hospitals has been the treatment strategy of choice. However, percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) complication rates have decreased to the point that it is feasible to bring this therapy forward. METHODS Patients presenting with acute coronary syndromes during Operation Iraqi(More)
OBJECTIVE We present a soldier with a pulmonary embolism presenting with syncope during an ischemic stress test, subsequently found to have normal coronary arteries (CA). CASE A 49-year-old soldier had 3 months history of exertional chest pain, shortness of breath, syncope, and malaise. He passed out during a stress echocardiogram and had a positive(More)
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