3rd Year

This Daily Doodle illustrates non-obstructive acute pyelonephritis, an acute inflammation of the kidney and renal pelvis, typically caused by bacterialRead More →

This Daily Doodle illustrates Pityriasis Versicolor (aka tinea versicolor), a superficial cutaneous fungal infection that typically presents as numerous irregularlyRead More →

A young man was admitted for chest pain. He underwent several investigations which showed early signs of coronary artery disease. UponRead More →

Pleural effusion is a condition in which excess fluid accumulates in the pleural cavity. Typically, the pleural cavity is filledRead More →

The heart is contained in a beautiful dual layered fibroserous elastic sac called the pericardium. The outer layer, the fibrousRead More →

Inspired by the beautiful anatomical lithograph drawings from Gray’s Anatomy, this Daily Doodle illustrates the difference between direct and indirectRead More →

“Derived from the Greek words “sclerosis” meaning hardness and “derma” meaning skin, scleroderma literally means hard-skin” [2]. But, with thatRead More →

This Daily Doodle represents the differential diagnosis of “chest” pain/discomfort which is quite an extensive list of both cardiac andRead More →

The term hepatitis refers to inflammation of the liver. From toxins to infections, the differential diagnosis is quite broad, however,Read More →

Day 1 of Surgery Clerkship Rotation: This Daily Doodle highlights the anatomy seen during a laparascopic cholecystectomy and contains aRead More →

The appendix is a blind ended tube like structure connected to the cecum near the ileocecal valve. The most commonRead More →

This Daily Doodle acts as a simple visual reminder of the steps involved in the primary survey of a traumaRead More →

The normal concentration of serum potassium is 3.5 – 5.0 mEq/L. When potassium levels climb above the normal limits (>5.0Read More →

Takotsubo Syndrome, also known as Stress-induced cardiomyopathy, Broken Heart Syndrome and Transient Apical Ballooning Syndrome, is a type of non-ischaemicRead More →

This Daily Doodle represents the medical uses of the powerful neurotoxin produced by Clostridium botulinum and it also serves asRead More →

In order to remember all the different medications in my ER rotation, Blake and I started to create one linerRead More →

This Daily Doodle represents the academic half day lecture on Biliary Disease. The gallbladder, which is surprisingly green, collects andRead More →

Shock = inadequate organ and tissue perfusion with oxygenated blood. This doodle captures the four main categories of shock: 1.Read More →

Septic 7 This Daily Doodle captures the 7 signs of septic shock 1. Sepsis (+ blood culture) 2. WBC –Read More →

This Daily Doodle represent one of my favorite Academic Half Day Seminars on Airway Management. During this seminar, we learnedRead More →

Ovarian Cancer is the 5th most common cancer in women and the most common cause of death from gynecologic cancers.Read More →

The layer of cells that line the uterus is called the endometrium (red). It is this layer that proliferates inRead More →