Parathyroid dysfunction is not a very common condition in the grand scheme of endocrine disorders, but it has some nuances that can be picked up due to regular screening or incidental findings. For this episode, we will discuss PTH and its physiologic effects, the signs and symptoms of both hyper- and hypoparathyroidism, the laboratory and radiographical studies to order if you suspect these conditions, and the medical and surgical management of both.
Physican Assistant; PA; PANCE; PANRE
The 1st part of September is dedicated to the genitourinary system and the 1st podcast for this section is going to address one of the most common GU problems in men….THE PROSTATE. We are going to go over the pathogenesis of the prostate and the reason behind the benign prostatatic hypertrophy, the signs and symptoms of the patients you will see in clinical practice, the guidelines for the work-up of BPH, and the medical and surgical management.
PANCE; PANRE; PA; Physician Assistant