A 67-year-old white man with a history of coronary artery disease status, post–3-vessel coronary artery bypass grafting, and ischemic heart disease, presented with fatigue and dyspnea on exertion for six months. Read this post to learn more about the case and the diagnosis.
Recent Stories for Research
Implementing a Flexible, Preclinical, Medical School Curriculum to Increase Student Academic Productivity
In 2006, small blocks of flexible curriculum time, termed “selectives,” were implemented in the Mayo Medical School preclinical curriculum. Selectives permitted students to pursue professional endeavors, such as research, service, and career exploration. To establish the value of selectives, current and former Mayo Medical School students were surveyed regarding the impact of selectives on their research interests. The study was recently published in the Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Education Journal.
Mayo Clinic researchers performed a clinico-imaging-pathological study to determine whether the frequency of TDP-43 deposition in Alzheimer’s disease differs across pathologically defined Alzheimer’s disease subtypes, and to further examine the relationship between TDP-43, pathological subtype, and clinical features in Alzheimer’s disease. The study was published in the Annals of Neurology journal
Other Posts for Research
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- New Test Method for Busulfan in Plasma Provides Rapid Analysis in Bone Marrow Patients
- Clinical Features of Necrotizing Autoimmune Myopathy
- Assessing Kidney Disease Caused by Dysregulation of the Complement Alternative Pathway
- Human Cell Therapy Laboratory: Developing Drugs from the Patient, for the Patient
- Case Study: A Dark-Brown Serum Sample
- The Effect of MALDI-TOF MS Reagents on Hazardous Bacteria
- Assessing Idiopathic Duct-Centric Chronic Pancreatitis
- Perioperative Morbidity of Cytoreductive Nephrectomy
- Prognostic and Bioepidemiologic Implications of Papillary Fibroelastomas