Is My Worth as a Doctor Just a Function of How Fast I Answer the Phone? Paid Members Public
My worth as a doctor to my colleagues has to be more than just how fast I pick up their phone
Running on the Roads of Mumbai or Any City in India - Who is Responsible for Your Safety? Paid Members Public
Running on the roads of Mumbai or any other city in India
The Pipe-Dream of a Developed Society Paid Members Public
How we are at least 2 generations away from being "developed"
Earning Respect Rather Than Asking for It Paid Members Public
All about earning respect rather than demanding it.
Choosing the Right Doctor: The Futility and Uselessness of Google Search and Reviews, Online Aggregators and Social Media Platforms Paid Members Public
Google search and reviews, online aggregator platforms and social media platforms are quite useless and futile when you have to choose the right doctor
Koi Andar Aaya Tha Kya? Paid Members Public
This is one of those inside medical college jokes. A slightly mad Parsi, let’s call him Zubin, was giving his final IIIrd MBBS practical exams. His long case patient was a 55-years old woman, originally from Uttar Pradesh. In those days (late 1980s), all practical exams were always held
Lessons Learnt from The Translumbar Aortogram Paid Members Public
Any image guided biopsy can cause two major complications. The first is bleeding, which can happen from within a vascular organ (liver, spleen, kidney) or when you injure or traverse a vessel (lung, liver, abdomen, head & neck, mediastinum). The second is a pneumothorax. Many radiologists balk at the idea of
Crosstalk Paid Members Public
A message popped up on Rahul’s Slack telling him that Samir, a patient wanted to speak with him. Samir had recently undergone an MRI of the lumbar spine, which Rahul, a radiologist, had reported. Samir had a left posterolateral intervertebral disc hernia, a slipped disc that was pressing on