25 patients – Steady Thursday. Most arrived in bunches, like grapes. Toured the Med Student through the graveyard across the street. Showed her Dr. Rhodes spire and the crypts. Rashes and Gastroenteritis were common today. Influenza both type A & B were in evidence x2. Bronchitis and COPD exacerbation x2. Tinea Versicolor. Actinic Keratosis (cryofrozen). Allergic Pruritis. Toe fracture. Renal Colic. Seasonal Affective exacerbation of ongoing depression. Weight Loss x4. Lymes Titers for exposure. ADHD transfer of care. Pharyngitis. Knee Chondromalacia. Chronic Back Pain referred to Pain Management. HTN. Diabetes. Medication renewals and adjustments.
Rashes, Gastroenteritis, & Influenza Types A & B.
by chill986 | Feb 28, 2013 | Dr. Berliner's Blog