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Medcases with Dr. Donald L. Deye—Nephrology

Posted by Scott Brown

Oct 8th 2021

Join us as Oakstone CME’s Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Don Deye, sits down with Dr. Michael Ross after recording the MKSAP 19 audio companion, for a casual conversation about interesting cases he’s encountered.

In this video, Dr. Ross, recounts an intriguing case of a 38 year old male who presented with numerous COVID-19 symptoms, but three successive negative PCR tests, kidney failure, and high protein levels but low cell counts in his urine. Watch and learn to see what Dr. Ross discovered.

Dr. Michael Ross is Chief of the Division of Nephrology at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine/Montefiore Medical Center. He is a Professor of Medicine and Professor of Developmental and Molecular Biology. His primary areas of research are HIV-related kidney diseases, Apolipoprotein L1 nephropathies, and immune mechanisms of kidney diseases.


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