April 2015 Case of the Month Submitted By Dr. Beathard
Thursday, April 16, 2015
Posted by: Lindsay Fox
Patients have a lot to teach; only if we listen!
In our busy daily schedule, cases are lined up, work is repetitive and paperwork never ends. But every day/week, there is that one patient that makes you respect vascular biology/pathology and humbles you. The odd presentation, amazing pathology, unexpected outcomes (good and bad) and the not so clear procedure; all make life in an Interventional suite exciting.
ASDIN has started a forum for members to present, discuss, elaborate and learn from the experiences of others. Cases will be evaluated by a committee for educational content prior to posting. Members are encouraged to submit cases following the format below: (Acknowledgement will be given to submitting member)
- Clear Learning Objective/Objectives of the case
- Abstract in Word format up to 1000 words
- Images (minimum 720p x 480p)
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