Even during medical school, there was always the running joke about getting kidney stones. With the frenetic pace of many rotations, it was always difficult to squeeze in bathroom time, and I suspect many of us adopted the same solution – drink less water. That is certainly how I survived my month on vascular surgery. After a nine-hour case, I was told by one of the residents that everyone was …
Post Author: Sara Walker, MD
Sara Walker is a family medicine resident.
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