Episode 79: Human Dx unknown with Reza & U of C residents – abdominal pain


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Dr. Anand Jagannath presents a Human Dx unknown to Reza and U of C residents – Drs. Alec and Austin Rezigh.

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Dr. Alec Rezigh

Alec Rezigh is a third-year internal medicine resident at The University of Colorado. He is originally from Houston, TX and received his undergraduate degree at the University of Texas at Austin. He then went back to Houston for medical school at the University of Texas at Houston (McGovern) Medical School. In his free time, he loves all things basketball, traveling with his wife, and napping on the couch with his dog. Following completion of his training, he will return to Houston to be an academic hospitalist. He wishes to thank Dr. Juan Lessing for his amazing mentorship and inspiring his interest in clinical reasoning – and introducing him to Rabih and Reza!

Dr. Austin Rezigh

Austin Rezigh is a third-year internal medicine, primary care track resident at the University of Colorado. He completed medical school at UT Southwestern and is excited to pursue a career in academic general internal medicine. In his free time, he enjoys trying new cuisines, exercising, and spending time with his fur-niece, Kensie.

Dr. Anand Jagannath

Dr. Anand Jagannath is a clinician-educator at the University of California, San Diego (UCSD) and hospitalist at the VA San Diego. He completed medical school at the Tufts University School of Medicine and internal medicine residency and chief residency at Albert Einstein College of Medicine/Montefiore Medical Center. At UCSD, Anand’s interests include bedside team rounding, teaching clinical reasoning to medical students and residents, learning from his learners, and promoting a safe and inclusive learning environment. He is also a Section Editor for adult medicine cases at the Human Diagnosis Project. When he’s not getting excited about medicine, you’ll probably find Anand cooking food, watching shows about food on Netflix, running, or playing basketball or his violin.

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