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What's So Special About Renal Pathology, first impressions, Keep Good Company, Stick to Your Knowledge, Never Be Afraid To Ask Questions, Making Time, How to Build A Reputation, Doing the Best You Can, Know Who Is In the Audience, Expanding the Differential Diagnosis, Knowing What Is Normal, Answer the Question, Knowing What You Know, Looking At Every Component, gestalt diagnosis, going deep, examining all the material, Lumping or Splitting, Focus, Using Therapy to Guide a Diagnosis, knowing the therapy, Severity of Change, principles of pathology, representativeness, arkana labs, renal path
Principles of Pathology

Episode 27: What’s So Special About Renal Pathology

In his final episode of Principles of Pathology, Dr. Silva explains why renal pathology is special. Many thanks to…

What's So Special About Renal Pathology, first impressions, Keep Good Company, Stick to Your Knowledge, Never Be Afraid To Ask Questions, Making Time, How to Build A Reputation, Doing the Best You Can, Know Who Is In the Audience, Expanding the Differential Diagnosis, Knowing What Is Normal, Answer the Question, Knowing What You Know, Looking At Every Component, gestalt diagnosis, going deep, examining all the material, Lumping or Splitting, Focus, Using Therapy to Guide a Diagnosis, knowing the therapy, Severity of Change, principles of pathology, representativeness, arkana labs, renal path
Principles of Pathology

Episode 26: First Impressions

In today’s episode, Dr. Silva recalls a time when he was remembered for his dancing instead of his pathology career.…

What's So Special About Renal Pathology, first impressions, Keep Good Company, Stick to Your Knowledge, Never Be Afraid To Ask Questions, Making Time, How to Build A Reputation, Doing the Best You Can, Know Who Is In the Audience, Expanding the Differential Diagnosis, Knowing What Is Normal, Answer the Question, Knowing What You Know, Looking At Every Component, gestalt diagnosis, going deep, examining all the material, Lumping or Splitting, Focus, Using Therapy to Guide a Diagnosis, knowing the therapy, Severity of Change, principles of pathology, representativeness, arkana labs, renal path
Principles of Pathology

Episode 25: Keep Good Company

In this episode, Dr. Silva recalls a time when Dr. Heptinstall extensively critiqued one of the first chapters Dr. Silva…


What's So Special About Renal Pathology, first impressions, Keep Good Company, Stick to Your Knowledge, Never Be Afraid To Ask Questions, Making Time, How to Build A Reputation, Doing the Best You Can, Know Who Is In the Audience, Expanding the Differential Diagnosis, Knowing What Is Normal, Answer the Question, Knowing What You Know, Looking At Every Component, gestalt diagnosis, going deep, examining all the material, Lumping or Splitting, Focus, Using Therapy to Guide a Diagnosis, knowing the therapy, Severity of Change, principles of pathology, representativeness, arkana labs, renal path
Principles of Pathology

Episode 24: Knowing Who Is In The Audience Part 5

Have you ever had a conversation with someone and suddenly realized they might know more about the subject than you…

What's So Special About Renal Pathology, first impressions, Keep Good Company, Stick to Your Knowledge, Never Be Afraid To Ask Questions, Making Time, How to Build A Reputation, Doing the Best You Can, Know Who Is In the Audience, Expanding the Differential Diagnosis, Knowing What Is Normal, Answer the Question, Knowing What You Know, Looking At Every Component, gestalt diagnosis, going deep, examining all the material, Lumping or Splitting, Focus, Using Therapy to Guide a Diagnosis, knowing the therapy, Severity of Change, principles of pathology, representativeness, arkana labs, renal path
Principles of Pathology

Episode 23: Knowing Who Is In The Audience Part 4

Dr. Silva explains the importance of knowing who is in the audience when giving a lecture for this episode of…

What's So Special About Renal Pathology, first impressions, Keep Good Company, Stick to Your Knowledge, Never Be Afraid To Ask Questions, Making Time, How to Build A Reputation, Doing the Best You Can, Know Who Is In the Audience, Expanding the Differential Diagnosis, Knowing What Is Normal, Answer the Question, Knowing What You Know, Looking At Every Component, gestalt diagnosis, going deep, examining all the material, Lumping or Splitting, Focus, Using Therapy to Guide a Diagnosis, knowing the therapy, Severity of Change, principles of pathology, representativeness, arkana labs, renal path
Principles of Pathology

Episode 22: Stick to Your Knowledge

In Episode 22 of Principles of Pathology, Dr. Silva explains why we should stick to our knowledge and have the…


What's So Special About Renal Pathology, first impressions, Keep Good Company, Stick to Your Knowledge, Never Be Afraid To Ask Questions, Making Time, How to Build A Reputation, Doing the Best You Can, Know Who Is In the Audience, Expanding the Differential Diagnosis, Knowing What Is Normal, Answer the Question, Knowing What You Know, Looking At Every Component, gestalt diagnosis, going deep, examining all the material, Lumping or Splitting, Focus, Using Therapy to Guide a Diagnosis, knowing the therapy, Severity of Change, principles of pathology, representativeness, arkana labs, renal path
Principles of Pathology

Episode 21: Knowing Who Is In the Audience Part 3

By knowing who is in the audience, you can use them to your advantage. Dr. Silva explains how he used…

What's So Special About Renal Pathology, first impressions, Keep Good Company, Stick to Your Knowledge, Never Be Afraid To Ask Questions, Making Time, How to Build A Reputation, Doing the Best You Can, Know Who Is In the Audience, Expanding the Differential Diagnosis, Knowing What Is Normal, Answer the Question, Knowing What You Know, Looking At Every Component, gestalt diagnosis, going deep, examining all the material, Lumping or Splitting, Focus, Using Therapy to Guide a Diagnosis, knowing the therapy, Severity of Change, principles of pathology, representativeness, arkana labs, renal path
Principles of Pathology

Episode 20: Knowing Who Is In the Audience Part 2

Knowing who is in the audience can be a real lifesaver. Listen to this episode of Principles of Pathology, as…

What's So Special About Renal Pathology, first impressions, Keep Good Company, Stick to Your Knowledge, Never Be Afraid To Ask Questions, Making Time, How to Build A Reputation, Doing the Best You Can, Know Who Is In the Audience, Expanding the Differential Diagnosis, Knowing What Is Normal, Answer the Question, Knowing What You Know, Looking At Every Component, gestalt diagnosis, going deep, examining all the material, Lumping or Splitting, Focus, Using Therapy to Guide a Diagnosis, knowing the therapy, Severity of Change, principles of pathology, representativeness, arkana labs, renal path
Principles of Pathology

Episode 19: Never Be Afraid To Ask Questions

In today’s episode of Principles of Pathology, Dr. Silva explains why we should never be afraid to ask questions, even…


What's So Special About Renal Pathology, first impressions, Keep Good Company, Stick to Your Knowledge, Never Be Afraid To Ask Questions, Making Time, How to Build A Reputation, Doing the Best You Can, Know Who Is In the Audience, Expanding the Differential Diagnosis, Knowing What Is Normal, Answer the Question, Knowing What You Know, Looking At Every Component, gestalt diagnosis, going deep, examining all the material, Lumping or Splitting, Focus, Using Therapy to Guide a Diagnosis, knowing the therapy, Severity of Change, principles of pathology, representativeness, arkana labs, renal path
Principles of Pathology

Episode 18: Making Time

How do you make time to perform clinical duties and academic research? Listen to Dr. Silva’s advice: Just swiss-cheese it!…

What's So Special About Renal Pathology, first impressions, Keep Good Company, Stick to Your Knowledge, Never Be Afraid To Ask Questions, Making Time, How to Build A Reputation, Doing the Best You Can, Know Who Is In the Audience, Expanding the Differential Diagnosis, Knowing What Is Normal, Answer the Question, Knowing What You Know, Looking At Every Component, gestalt diagnosis, going deep, examining all the material, Lumping or Splitting, Focus, Using Therapy to Guide a Diagnosis, knowing the therapy, Severity of Change, principles of pathology, representativeness, arkana labs, renal path
Principles of Pathology

Episode 17: How to Build A Reputation

Dr. Silva gives tips on how to build a reputation in a specific field of study on today’s episode of…

What's So Special About Renal Pathology, first impressions, Keep Good Company, Stick to Your Knowledge, Never Be Afraid To Ask Questions, Making Time, How to Build A Reputation, Doing the Best You Can, Know Who Is In the Audience, Expanding the Differential Diagnosis, Knowing What Is Normal, Answer the Question, Knowing What You Know, Looking At Every Component, gestalt diagnosis, going deep, examining all the material, Lumping or Splitting, Focus, Using Therapy to Guide a Diagnosis, knowing the therapy, Severity of Change, principles of pathology, representativeness, arkana labs, renal path
Principles of Pathology

Episode 16: Doing the Best You Can

How do you handle being pulled in multiple directions as a pathologist? In Episode 16 of Principles of Pathology, Dr.…


What's So Special About Renal Pathology, first impressions, Keep Good Company, Stick to Your Knowledge, Never Be Afraid To Ask Questions, Making Time, How to Build A Reputation, Doing the Best You Can, Know Who Is In the Audience, Expanding the Differential Diagnosis, Knowing What Is Normal, Answer the Question, Knowing What You Know, Looking At Every Component, gestalt diagnosis, going deep, examining all the material, Lumping or Splitting, Focus, Using Therapy to Guide a Diagnosis, knowing the therapy, Severity of Change, principles of pathology, representativeness, arkana labs, renal path
Principles of Pathology

Episode 15: Know Who Is In the Audience

In this episode of Principles of Pathology, Dr. Silva describes a few interactions between himself and Dr. Art Cohen that…

What's So Special About Renal Pathology, first impressions, Keep Good Company, Stick to Your Knowledge, Never Be Afraid To Ask Questions, Making Time, How to Build A Reputation, Doing the Best You Can, Know Who Is In the Audience, Expanding the Differential Diagnosis, Knowing What Is Normal, Answer the Question, Knowing What You Know, Looking At Every Component, gestalt diagnosis, going deep, examining all the material, Lumping or Splitting, Focus, Using Therapy to Guide a Diagnosis, knowing the therapy, Severity of Change, principles of pathology, representativeness, arkana labs, renal path
Principles of Pathology

Episode 14: Expanding the Differential Diagnosis

In Episode 14, Dr. Silva explains why expanding the differential diagnosis is important and the reasons we should not jump…

What's So Special About Renal Pathology, first impressions, Keep Good Company, Stick to Your Knowledge, Never Be Afraid To Ask Questions, Making Time, How to Build A Reputation, Doing the Best You Can, Know Who Is In the Audience, Expanding the Differential Diagnosis, Knowing What Is Normal, Answer the Question, Knowing What You Know, Looking At Every Component, gestalt diagnosis, going deep, examining all the material, Lumping or Splitting, Focus, Using Therapy to Guide a Diagnosis, knowing the therapy, Severity of Change, principles of pathology, representativeness, arkana labs, renal path
Principles of Pathology

Episode 13: Knowing What Is Normal

Dr. Silva discusses the importance of knowing what is normal in this episode of Principles of Pathology.