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EDITORIAL
1.  Mondo - My First Patient
2.  The Shortage of Psychiatrists and Other Mental Health Providers: Cause, Current State, and Potential Solutions
ORIGINAL ARTICLE
1.  Association between intentional ingestion of foreign objects and psychiatric disease among prisoners: A retrospective study
2.  The Quality Reporting Reality at a Large Academic Medical Center: Reporting 1600 unique measures to 49 different sources
3.  Inpatient Psychiatric Facility Exclusionary Criteria and the Emergency Pediatric Psychiatric Patient
4.  Intracranial Monitoring and Resective Epilepsy Surgery: Pre-operative Predictors of Non-Progression to Therapeutic Surgery and Long-Term Outcomes.
5.  Surgeon decision making is consistent in trauma patients despite time of day and patient injury
6.  Part-Time Faculty in Academic Surgical Specialties: The View of Canadian Chairs
7.  Does the STarT Back Screening Tool Correlate with the FOTO Functional Scale in Patients with Low Back Pain
8.  Point of Care Ultrasound (POCUS) Training in Indian Emergency Medicine Programs-A Residents Perspective.
9.  Prophylactic Antibiotics for Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation in Critically-Ill Adults
REVIEW ARTICLE
1.  Bland-Altman Plot: A Brief Overview
CASE REPORT
1.  Part 1: Café-Au-Lait Macule - Presentation and Genesis
2.  Bilateral Facial Palsy and Neurosarcoidosis – An approach to a difficult diagnosis
3.  Primary intramural fibromatosis of the small bowel: An uncommon cause of small bowel obstruction
4.  Part 2: The Extracellular Matrix in Undiagnosed Connective Tissue Disease
5.  Pancreatic mass in a 95 years old male – A rare presentation of Tuberculosis
6.  Part 3: Differential Diagnosis for an Undiagnosed Systemic Condition
7.  Difficult Airway Management in a Case of Hair Dye Poisoning
8.  Spontaneous Esophageal Rupture: A Case of Back Pain
9.  MRI FEATURES OF PARANEOPLASTIC LIMBIC ENCEPHALITIS
10.  Chronic vs Acute Aneurysmal Disease of the Pancreaticoduodenal Arcade: A case report with companion case.
11.  Gitelman Syndrome: A case report of hypokalemic seizures in an adolescent male
12.  Part 4: Clinical Management of an Undiagnosed Systemic Condition
13.  Disseminated histoplasmosis with hypergammaglobulinemia in rare subtype of SCID: A case report of a 7-year-old child
IMAGES IN ACADEMIC MEDICINE
1.  Finger Nail Changes - A Red Flag for Connective Tissue Disease
2.  A human tail over the scapular region.
3.  GIANT MEGACOLON: AN UNUSUAL SURGICAL EMERGENCY
4.  AN INTERESTING CASE OF ESTHESIONEUROBLASTOMA
5.  An image of a Cutaneous Squamous Cell Carcinoma derived from complex epidermoid cyst in a 65 y/o male
CONFERENCE ABSTRACTS & REPORTS
1.  The 2017 St. Luke’s University Health Network Annual Research & Innovation Symposium: Event Highlights and Scientific Abstracts
2.  Scientific abstracts from the 2017 Summa Health System’s 25th Annual Postgraduate Day
LETTER TO EDITOR
1.  Certificates of merit: A means to reduce frivolous lawsuits
2.  ROLE OF DYNAMIC CONTRAST MR IMAGING IN PITUITARY MICROADENOMAS
SYMPOSIUM
1.  Workplace Violence in the Emergency Department in India and the United States
2.  Clinical decision support systems: From medical simulation to clinical practice
3.  Laparoscopic simulation training for surgeons: The importance of medical simulation in continuing medical education
4.  Scenario Development Strategies and Process for Simulation Based Education in Anesthesiology
5.  High-Fidelity Anesthesia Simulation in Medical Student Education: Three fundamental and effective teaching scenarios
FUTURE TRENDS
1.  COMPLICATIONS OF GENERAL LAPAROSCOPY: FOCUS ON EDUCATION AND PREVENTION
SYMPOSIUM - SIM MEDICAL EDUCATION
1.  THE EXPANDING USE OF SIMULATION FOR UNDERGRADUATE PRE-CLINICAL MEDICAL EDUCATION
2.  Putting the pieces together: The role of multidisciplinary simulation in medical education