Parkview Internal Medicine Team selected for honors at national medical conference

(Pueblo) July 8, 2022 Congratulations to Cameron Barber, DO, Bryant Javier, DO, Dylan Carroll, MD, Kourtney Aylor-Lee, DO, and Daniel Lee, DO.

Their poster “Complicated case of recurrent intracerebral abscess secondary to disseminated multi-drug resistant Nocardia wallacei in an immunocompetent patient” was one of eleven posters selected as a Resident/Fellow Poster Winner under the category “Clinical Vignette” during the recent American College of Physicians annual Internal Medicine Meeting. Over 350 posters were presented during the conference.

 

Other Clinical Vignette winners at the conference held on Friday, April 29, 2022, include:

 

A Double Trouble: A Case of Crohn's and Coccidioidomycosis

Nouf K Almaghlouth, MD

Mountainview Regional Medical Center, Las Cruces NM

 

A Case Series of COVID-19 Induced Secondary Hemophagocytic Lymphohistiocytosis

Sean M Masi, DO

Mercy Health, St. Rita’s Medical Center, Lima, OH

 

A Case of Autoimmune-Negative or Atypical Autoimmune Hepatitis

Jacqueline Chang, MD

Oregon Health & Sciences University Program, Portland, OR

 

Double Whammy: Near Simultaneous Development of Coronary Thrombosis and Pulmonary Emboli in a Patient with COVID-19

John-Henry L Dean, MD

San Antonio Uniformed Services, Fort Sam Houston, TX

 

Bone Specific Alkaline Phosphatase Elevation due to “Huffing” Computer Cleaner

CPT Ketan Mehta, MC USA

Madigan Army Medical Center, Tacoma, WA

 

Coronary Artery Dissection in the First Trimester of Pregnancy

Damir Vukomanovic, MD

University of Arizona College of Phoenix/Banner Health, Phoenix, AZ

 

Complicated case of recurrent intracerebral abscess secondary to disseminated multi-drug resistant Nocardia wallacei in an immunocompetent patient

Cameron Barber, DO

Parkview Medical Center, Pueblo, CO

 

A Picture Worth A Thousand Nodules: Pemberton’s Sign in Multinodular Goiter

Arya Sharifzadeh, MD

Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL

 

Smooth Muscle Tumor with Intracaval and Intracardiac Growth

Ashley McDowell, MD

Emory University, Atlanta, GA

 

Nailfold Capillaroscopy in Diabetes Mellitus: A case of Neoangiogenesis After Achieving Normoglycemia. Genessis Maldonado, MD

Macneal Hospital, Berwyn, IL

 

Immune-mediated necrotizing myopathy causing rhabdomyolysis

Michael Storandt, MD

Mayo Graduate School of Medical Education, Rochester, MN

About Parkview Medical Center

Founded in 1923, Parkview Health System in Pueblo, Colorado, offers general acute healthcare and health specialty services. As a private, non-profit organization, Parkview is licensed for 350 beds and provides a full range of healthcare services including a verified Level III Trauma Center along with exceptional comprehensive cardiac and orthopedic care. Parkview Health System is the leader in all service lines in our service area. As a vital healthcare source, Parkview’s service area includes Pueblo County and 14 surrounding counties, which together represent 370,000 total lives.

Parkview Health System is the largest non-government, nonprofit, private sector employer in Pueblo County with approximately 3,000 employees and provides a skilled medical staff of over 370 physicians. The impact of our workforce triggers a strong impact on the community as Parkview’s annual payroll contributes $232 million to the economy.