He covered calcium. He covered what we need to know, why the levels change, what tests we should order, what to watch out for, and two clinical cases. Understand the clinical cases, he says, and you'll know everything you need for the exam. And you might be able to look good on rounds next year.
It's comprehensible, concise, interesting and relevant. I really didn't know if we were going to get a lecture in endocrinology that was so wonderfully useful...and it's just made my day.
Lowene walks in, reads off the last five names. Autopsy. So glad I already went. "I have Infectious Diseases today," Meeta complains. So after shuffling around all the people who were supposed to go to off-site clinicals (Volunteers, anyone? I'm so glad I've already done both of mine) seven of sixteen have less free time than they thought. Me...well, I'm going to go home, see about cleaning my computer area into a box, and maybe pack some.
Tomorrow evening we'll go over and walk through the house before closing on Friday. All the utilities are switched over, plans are being made, and I have all of spring break to clean and unpack. Break? What break?