Our team is nearing the end of our call day when the ER pages us with one last admission. The ER attending starts with an apology — “I’m sorry,” she sighs, “this patient is a handful. He is homeless, belligerent, has a significant psychiatric history. He came in with ocular trauma. The ophthalmology resident thinks he may need surgery.” One of the interns on the team is busy with a …
Post Author: Sadaf Qureshi, MD
Sadaf Qureshi is an internal medicine resident.
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