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DISCUSSIONS BETWEEN DOCTORS ARE IN OUR DNA

SERMO is Latin for conversations – we’re a virtual doctors lounge where physicians discuss their day-to-day successes and struggles, administrative frustrations, funny patient encounters and more. They share the latest medical research, debate policy, vent about frustrations, trade tips and tricks for practice management, and celebrate each others’ work. The network provides a place for doctors to unite and be heard.

Most content on SERMO is clinical in nature, and content can be shared with over 90 specialties and sub-specialties. Beyond clinical discussions, members are invited to discuss topics like:

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HOW REAL DOCTORS FEEL ABOUT DISCUSSIONS ON SERMO

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    Floating Doctors Case: Popliteal Rash

    Floating Doctors Case: Popliteal Rash

    +March 30, 2018

    A 49-year old male with no past medical history presents with a one week history of macerated skin with fissures and minimal serosanguineous exudate in bilateral popliteal areas (see photo below) with progressive itchiness but no increased warmth or inguiMore

    Wearing a Helmet When Skiing/Snowboarding?

    Wearing a Helmet When Skiing/Snowboarding?

    +March 28, 2018

    It’s accepted as common practice that one should always put safety first and wear a helmet when riding a motorcycle, bicycle, or skateboard, but what about the importance of wearing a helmet on the ski slopes?More

    ACC2018: HF with Normal EF: Another Drug Bites The Dust

    ACC2018: HF with Normal EF: Another Drug Bites The Dust

    +March 27, 2018

    For reasons that are unclear to me, ICD-10 was foisted on physicians in 2015 and mandated by CMS. Now, when classifying heart failure one is consistently badgered by hospital coding monitors to specify whether a patient has systolic heart failure, diastoMore

    Drs Share Their Strange Medical Souvenirs Stories

    Drs Share Their Strange Medical Souvenirs Stories

    +March 26, 2018

    We recently published a post asking physicians about the stories behind their scars. One doctor commented about a scar left behind after having a tumor removed, and another doctor commented to ask if they’d been allowed to keep the tumor in a jarMore

    Lower Leg Mass with Uncharacterizable Malignancy

    Lower Leg Mass with Uncharacterizable Malignancy

    +March 23, 2018

    A doctor shares a patient case about a 40-year-old male patient, who presents with asymptomatic but slowly growing subcutaneous mass in left lower leg for a number of years. The patient is otherwise healthy and had no lymphadenopathy on exam.More

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