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Internal Medicine

.  Curriculum

PGY-1
  • 5 Months of Internal Medicine Floor Rotations
  • 1 Month of Night Float
  • 1 Month of ICU Nights
  • 1 Month of ICU Days
  • 1 Month of Infectious Disease
  • 1 Month of Cardiology
  • 1 Month of Neurology
  • 1 Month of Emergency Medicine
PGY-2 
  • 5 Months of Internal Medicine Floor Rotations
  • 1 Month of Endocrinology
  • 1 Month of Floor Nights
  • 1 Month of Nephrology
  • 1 Month of Pulmonology
  • 1 Month of Rheumatology
  • 1 Month of Ambulatory Medicine
  • 1 Month of Auditon Rotation for Fellowships Applications
  • ​2 Weeks of ICU Nights
  • 2 Weeks of Research
PGY-3
  • 3 Months of Internal Medicine Floor Rotations
  • 2 Months of Electives (last month is a confirmed elective)
  • 1 Month of Hospitalist Rotation
  • 1 Month of ICU Days
  • 1 Month of Gastroenterology
  • 1 Month of Hematology-Oncology
  • 1 Month of Geriatrics
  • 1 Month of Ambulatory Clinic
  • 2 Weeks of Addiction Medicine, 2 Weeks of Palliative Medicine (1 month rotation)
  • 15 Days of ICU Nights
  • 15 Days of Research

Academic Schedule

Daily morning report, noon lecture run by both attending physicians and residents, Wednesdays 2-hour didactics, Grand Rounds run by Wayne State University every Tuesday.  Monthly there is M&M, Journal Club, COGMET lectures series from Michigan State University, Grand Rounds, Tumor Board.

Academic Accolades

  • A case of Dialysis vascular access thrombectomy using a novel device INARI INTHRILL thrombectomy system on an outpatient basis – Interventional Cardiology case report. Accepted for Poster presentation at Vascular scientific session 2023 of the SOCIETY FOR VASCULAR MEDICINE Sept 2023 – R. Devireddy / O. Qaqi
  • Monge’s disease in a Michigan man – a case report – A. Jha / SP Reddy / S. Kambhatla. Accepted for presentation at CHEST October 2023 conference.
  • A rare case of Lymphangiomyomatosis with an atypical presentation – K. Singh / P. Anumolu / A. Mohammad – Accepted for presentation at CHEST October 2023
  • A case report – Idiopathic tracheobronchomalacia in an adult female with bronchiectasis and review of clinical manifestations, diagnosis, and management – K. Singh / P. Anumolu / A. Mohammad. Accepted for presentation at CHEST October 2023.

Streptococcus agalactiae meningitis and endocarditis complicated by septic emboli and a possible cerebral abscess in an elderly patient – N. Malik / N. Kumar / G. Mendez / I. Rahal / S. Kambhatla / R. Madhavan / T. Swaminathan – First prize at MAPI Annual resident Poster competition.

MSUCOM Statewide Research Day case/poster competition –

  • A report of two patients with possible association of Focal segmental glomerulosclerosis and NICM – R. Devireddy, / C. Saad / S. Kambhatla
  • Bradycardia in Addison’s crisis in setting of normokalaemia- a rare case – A. Tiwari / A. Dabaja / S. Kambhatla
  • A rare case of Gastrointestinal Vasculitis confirmed by radiological modality – R. Moss / S. Elassouli / S. Kambhatla
  • Venous gangrene in a patient with HIT – An atypical case of thrombocytopenia with thrombosis – A. Anebarassou / S. Ambati / S. Kambhatla
  • Calcium channel blocker toxicity in an elderly patient and an approach to management – K. Singh / P. Anumolu / A. Pasha

MICHIGAN CHAPTER OF ACP ABSTRACT PRESENTATION:

  • Bradycardia in Addison’s crisis in setting of normokalaemia – A. Tiwari / A. Dabaja / S. Kambhatla
  • Hemodialysis: A possible treatment modality for Valproic acid overdose? – S. Miryala / P. Anumolu / L. Okragleski / J. Biederman / S. Kambhatla
  • Spontaneous Forearm Compartment Syndrome – P. Anumolu / S. Miryala / L. Okragleski / H. Fertel
  • A report of two patients with possible association of Focal segmental glomerulosclerosis and NICM – R. Devireddy / C. Saad / S. Kambhatla
  • Hypertensive crisis as a cause of recurrent PRES – A. Anebarassou / C. Doig

NATIONAL ACP CONFERENCE- CHICAGO APRIL 2022

  • Case report – primary Pulmonary B Cell Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma in an asymptomatic patient – A rare entity with a favorable prognosis – R. Moss / A. Mohammad
Moonlighting – Requires permission of Program Director and compliance with ALL policies and procedures. No moonlighting during PGY-1.

Ambulatory Clinic – Once a week with a preceptor at an outpatient clinic.  PGY-2 and PGY-3 one week block schedule between rotations.  PGY-3 one month outpatient clinic block schedule.  Ambulatory training incorporated through continuity clinic as well as office based exposure on subspecialty rotations.

VISA Sponsorship – Program Sponsors J1 Visa.

Current Residents

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