Case Studies in Laboratory Medicine

The Yale Department of Laboratory Medicine holds weekly Case Conferences (Clinical Grand Rounds) during the academic year (open to area medical professionals for CME credit). Selected conferences are published on-line at this site.

Case Study 1A 37-year-old man with fever, odynophagia, and abdominal pain, 3 years post-cadaveric renal transplant. [Drs. Maria Angelopoulou, Robert Camp, and Henry Rinder]
Case Study 2 A 45-year-old female was referred to a hematologist for evaluation of "easy bruisability."
[Drs. Michael Hodsdon and Henry Rinder]
Case Study 3A 52-year-old man presented to the ER in 1999 with gum bleeding and widespread petechiae.
[Drs. YanYun Wu and Henry M. Rinder]
Case Study 4A 35-year-old man with a red eye.
[Drs. Linda Ernst and Henry M. Rinder]
Case Study 5The potential $30,000 Clot.
[Drs. Linda Ernst and Henry M. Rinder]
Case Study 6An 11-year-old girl with a one-in-a-million diagnosis.
[Drs. Mohi Ghofrani, Peter McPhedran, and Henry M. Rinder]
Case Study 7A Young Man Who Could Not Find the Right Words.
[Drs. Ben Calhoun and Henry M. Rinder]