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Holiday Gift Guide for Frugal Bone Lovers

December 11, 2018
Roy Meals, MD

For those hard-to-please people on your holiday shopping list, surprise them with a bone-related gift. The options are vast, but for inclusion here, m...

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It Takes a Turkey to Call a Turkey

November 29, 2018
Roy Meals, MD

It is currently mid-season for turkey hunting in California. The smart toms by this time have become jaded to the previously persuasive squawks and cl...

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A Clear-Cut Case of Child Abuse?

September 13, 2018
Roy Meals, MD

The emergency room staff was immediately suspicious. His father said that Peter, just over six months old, was pulling himself up to a standing positi...

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Time to Put KEYTRUDA® and OPDIVO® in the Drinking Water

April 25, 2018
Keith J. Kaplan, MD

25 years ago when I started my clinical rotations as a third-year medical student, my interest in pathology across the medical and surgical specialtie...

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Stretching a Forearm into Shape

March 8, 2018
Roy Meals, MD

My blog posts the past two weeks have described the pioneering work of Dr. Gavriil Ilizarov, who made lemonade out of lemons when confronted with prob...

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Starbucks And A Car Door

December 28, 2017
Keith J. Kaplan, MD

I quit drinking coffee almost a year ago. Up to then I was a gold star premium member of the Starbucks club. Morning, noon and night was not unusual. ...

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Are You Claustrophobic Mr. Kaplan? A Fine Line Between Safety And Indolence

December 28, 2017
Keith J. Kaplan, MD

As part of my ongoing evaluation and treatment for heart failure that I have mentioned previously (see: http://tissuepathology.com/2017/11/05/the-clin...

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New Technology In Genome Sequencing Is Helpful In Early Cancer Detection

October 7, 2017
Krish Tangella MD, MBA, FCAP

Genes are hereditary material that are transferred from parents to their children. Chromosomes are the basic genetical material in human cells and the...

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Information Technology Helps People With Cancer Live Longer

October 7, 2017
Krish Tangella MD, MBA, FCAP

Long duration of treatment is a norm for most cancer patients. Many of them are treated for rest of their life after cancer diagnosis. However, it is ...

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Pregnancy Not To Be Discouraged In Women With Breast Cancer

October 7, 2017
Krish Tangella MD, MBA, FCAP

Breast cancer is the leading cause of cancer in females of reproductive age. Young women may be affected by breast cancer even before motherhood. Curr...

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