The New York Times has a regular feature called “Think Like a Doctor.” It shares symptoms for a challenging case and then solicits readers to post a diagnosis. On 10/3, it featured a Primary Amyloidosis patient. It says that 3/4ths of the respondents got it right. That’s encouraging.
Thanks for sharing, Kathy!
I love that column, and I believe it is very helpful for keeping doctors' diagnostic skills sharp. It's good for med students, too!