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Secondary Erythromelalgia diagnosis journey

rh-3 October 5, 2016 – “Secondary” Erythromelalgia or EM makes my hands and fingers so red that they BURN like Frostbite. EM is also referred to as “The Man on Fire Syndrome” because it literally feels as if your hands and fingers are on FIRE. It is extremely RARE and INCURABLE – at least by traditional means. Lovely.

October 7, 2016 – I have not been […]

Lack of Problem-Solving in Medicine

Interestingly, I found no usable images under "Medical Patient Problem Solving" Interestingly, I found no usable images under “Medical Patient Problem Solving”

      Happy holidays to all.  I’ve been on a self-imposed hiatus from regularly contributing to this Blog because in June, 2015, I unexpectedly faced a challenging medical problem and at the time there appeared to be no quick diagnosis in sight.  I […]

Contrasting Neurologists – The Ridiculous to the Sublime

Neurology April 13 2014

When stricken with a challenging medical condition, most people seeking the opinion of a referred-to medical specialist, such as a Neurologist, assume each will reach the same conclusions, conduct the same exams, and apply the same thoroughness and attention to detail in treating the patient with dignity, compassion and respect. Au contraire, as my recent experience proves with respect to Consultations with […]

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