[Music] in this lecture we will review migraines and headaches and children migraines are a common complaint in children they are more frequent as children get older and there’s many causes of headaches so a good history goes a long way in figuring out what kind of headache or migraine… Continue Reading Migraines and Headaches in Children – Pediatrics | Lecturio

– Hello, my name is Dr. Vineet Chopra and I’m here today to talk to you about abdominal pain. This is coming from the Saint-Chopra Guide to Inpatient Medicine that I wrote with my colleague and research mentor Dr. Sanjay Saint. This is the Fourth Edition and this video is… Continue Reading Abdominal Pain: The Saint-Chopra Guide to Inpatient Medicine, 4th Edition

Okay, last case. So, we’ve got an older patient here. I’ve got a 75-year-old woman. She has a one-day history of headache. Well, it’s just one of my migraines, she explains. Sounds pretty benign. Let’s get a little bit more. So, she has a long history of unilateral migraine headaches,… Continue Reading Just Another Migraine? – Family Medicine | Lecturio

welcome to another MedCram lecture we’re going to talk about hypoxemia and its five physiological causes again anything with the ending of a emia it’s going to have to be something that’s related to the blood so hyponatremia hypokalemia hypercalcemia again it’s referring to the amount in the blood this… Continue Reading Hypoxemia Explained Clearly – Causes, Physiology, Hypoxia, Treatment

Examination of the Spleen The spleen is located within the intraperitoneal space and is well-protected under the left costal margin. Its long axis is roughly parallel to the 10th rib. The spleen is generally not palpable in healthy adults. A pathologically enlarged spleen is palpated under the left costal margin… Continue Reading Examination of the Spleen – Clinical Examination