Ted Giles Clinical Vignettes

Trainees present unusual clinical cases during the annual Ted Giles Clinical Vignettes.

 

Learning Objectives:

  • Describe unusual presentations of common diseases and common presentations of rare diseases.
  • Become familiar with the characteristics of engaging and educational case presentations.

 

Part 1: Thursday, November 5, 2020, 12:00pm Eastern Time
Part 2: Friday, November 6, 2020, 12:00pm Eastern Time

Presentation Slides – Part 1

Acute pancreatitis in a young woman with chronic salivary gland swelling
Dr. Waleed Ahmed, University of Toronto
Recurrent facial pain and associated syncope
Dr. Joanne Joseph, University of Ottawa
Blinding lights: acute persistent vision loss in pregnancy
Dr. Marie Leung, McMaster University
An Unusually Hot and Bothered Patient
Dr. Zahra Merali, University of Western Ontario
A curious case of hypercalcemia
Dr. Shahmir Sohail, University of Toronto

Presentation Slides – Part 2

When it Bleeds, it Cascades
Dr. Yassmin Behzadian, University of Western Ontario
More than meets the eye
Dr. Samik Doshi, University of Toronto
V for vasculitis: a masked fighter attempts to ignite a revolution
Dr. Kiefer Lypka, University of Ottawa
Finding a unicorn while chasing zebras
Dr. Michael Sattin, Western University
Unexplained Eosinophilia: A Potentially Deadly Finding
Dr. Grace Zhang, Queen’s University