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PMR Board Prep instructor and PMRExam's creator, David Rosenblum, MD discusses issues relevant to Physiatrists and Pain Physicians. Dr. Rosenblum's Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Podcast, The PMRExam Podcast, features, interviews, board prep and practice management issues relevant to rehab physicians. For more information on Physiatry board prep and CME credits, go to PMRExam.com
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Now displaying: December, 2018
Dec 24, 2018

Dr. Rosenblum and Dr. Benett Discuss

  • Getting accepted to fellowship
  • Preparing for fellowship
  • How many procedures should we let the residents do?
  • How long should a pain fellowship be?

 

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Dec 18, 2018

 

Dr. Rosenblum Reviews Discography and Discogenic Pain 

 

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clarius handheld ultrasound

 

References

An Update of the Systematic Appraisal of the
Accuracy and Utility of Discography in Chronic
Spinal Pain
Pain Physician 2018; 21:91-110
Laxmaiah Manchikanti, MD1, Amol Soin, MD2, Ramsin M. Benyamin, MD3, Vijay Singh, MD4,
Frank JE Falco, MD5, Aaron K. Calodney, MD6, Vahid Grami, MD, MPH7, and
Joshua A. Hirsch, MD8
 
 2009 ISSLS Prize Winner: Does Discography Cause Accelerated... : Spine

 

 

2009 ISSLS Prize Winner: Does DiscographyCause Accelerated Progression of Degeneration Changes in the Lumbar Disc: A Ten-Year Matched Cohort Study

Carragee, Eugene J., MD*; Don, Angus S., FRACS*; Hurwitz, Eric L., DC, PhD†; Cuellar, Jason M., MD, PhD‡; Carrino, John, MD§; Herzog, Richard, MD¶

doi: 10.1097/BRS.0b013e3181ab5432
Diagnostics
 
 

Lumbar Discography Is Associated With Poor Return to Work Status Following Lumbar Fusion... - Abstract - Europe PMC

Lumbar Discography Is Associated With Poor Return to Work Status Following Lumbar Fusion Surgery in a Workers' Compensation Setting.

Anderson JT 1 , et al 

Dec 11, 2018

Hydromorphone for the PMR Boards- Available with a Premium Podcast Subscription or PMRExam.com Subscription

  • Uses
  • Pharmacodynamics
  • Metabolism
  • Side Effects
  • Comparison to Morphine

 

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Reference


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hydromorphone
Morphine and hydromorphone epidural analgesia. A prospective, randomized comparison. Chaplan SRDuncan SRBrodsky JBBrose WG  Anesthesiology
 
Dec 4, 2018

Personality Disorders and Pain!

 

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Reference
Clin Neurosci. 2012 Jan; 9(1): 10–14.
Published online 2012 Jan.
PMCID: PMC3280073
PMID: 22347686

Chronic Pain Syndromes and Borderline Personality

 
 

Pain

Volume 26, Issue 2, August 1986, Pages 181-197
Pain
Research report

Male and female chronic pain patients categorized by DSM-III psychiatric diagnostic criteria

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