1. Illness in the Age of ‘e’: A Case Study in Collaborative e-Medicine Daniel Z. Sands, MD, MPH Cisco Systems and Harvard Medical School Boston, MA Dave deBronkart, SB Blogger ‘e-Patient Dave’ Nashua, NH Harvard Medical School
5. Hi - there are several things I want to go over when we meet. I suspect several will require referrals, and given the time it takes to get a slot, I'm thinking of making those appointments now. (It's easy to cancel and create an opening for someone else.) I'm 56 and I generally don't have any complaints. Here are the symptoms I'm concerned about: […] What do you think?
7. The Incidental Finding Incidental finding: Shadow indicates mass in upper lobe of right lung X-ray taken Jan. 2, 2007 by orthopedist to diagnose rotator cuff disease
8. The Incidental Finding INDICATION: Right shoulder pain. COMPARISONS: Comparison is made to a chest radiograph from December 23, 2003. TECHNIQUE: Right shoulder, three views. IMPRESSION: 1. Degenerative changes of the acromioclavicular joint. Normal radiographic appearance of the glenohumeral joint. 2. 3.3 cm right upper lobe lung mass needs further evaluation with a chest CT to exclude malignancy. Radiology report as displayed on PatientSite
16. ACOR is great. I posted two messages tonight and got responses in 4 and 11 minutes. One responder also sent a private note mentioning Robin and Cathy. The other responder was Cathy. :) Through that list I've also found several other useful sites.
19. Remote Diagnosis of Wound Infection Photo of infected incision, taken by spouse and emailed to surgeon, avoiding the need for trip to Boston
20. Target Lesion 1 – Left Upper Lobe After treatment with High Dosage Interleukin-2 Baseline: 39x43 mm 50 weeks: 20x12 mm