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A Surgeon’s View on Patients, Doctors, and Health
Arnon Krongrad M.D.
Healthcare consumerism is hurting men with erectile dysfunction.
Urology conventions are different.
He cheated on his wife. Then his urethra hurt. Then he got lucky. It was just prostatitis.
Practical Darryl's suggestions for gay and other patients. And also their doctors.
A thing that brings us together.
Gender science marches on.
Trauma in the tropics.
Surgical training is hard, which is fine.
Some want a good outcome, some to avoid coinsurance.
Why go to the emergency room when there's a ladder in the shed?
How the lawyers screwed up dessert.
On the perils of being a patient.
When not to call your surgeon.
Tony Blue Eyes stole from Medicare and is going to jail. But if we want to get money to the bedside, we'll have to look beyond the crooks. We'll have to look at the lawyers, politicians, and us.
Now that the marketing department has a home in the operating room, who's ready for surgery?
Too much weight, too little weight. Too much wine, not enough wine. What about germs? Can you have too many? Can you have too few?
Arnon Krongrad, M.D., specializes in surgery for prostate cancer and chronic prostatitis.