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A Woman Had A Headache Lasting 3 Days. This Is What Happened To Her Organs.

Patient KC by Joanna Ferbrache, Cardiologist by Bryan Assata, Gynecologist by Star M
Emergency Physician by Kazia Steele, Medical Oncologist by Eric Wolfgang Nelson
Review (and KC’s medical oncologist): Dr Pavlos Msaouel
Production Assistants: Erin Goodenough, Nick Brown
KC’s YouTube Channel ► @katiekickscancer_kidney
Chromophobe and Oncocytic Tumor Alliance:
National Institute of Health, Katie Coleman:

Katie received her second opinion and treatment at MD Anderson Cancer Center and her surgery was done at the National Cancer Institute, where 2 other confirmed metastatic oncocytoma cases are documented. Her case report to publish in a medical journal is currently pending.

Big Data Paradox
@HemeReview in-depth with Dr Msaouel ►
Cancer Patient Speaks Candidly With Her Physician ►
Secret Channel: @BigEmus

Katie’s Story (playlist) ►

Japanese Translation and Dub: Chihaya Hanai @rasha1m833
Japanese Voice KC: Kasumi Seki

Spanish Translation and Dub: Cenzontle Voices, Inc CDMX
Spanish Narration: Jerry Meza
Spanish Voice KC: Jahel Morga
Spanish Review: Dr Araceli Morga Vera

Portuguese Translation and Dub: Cenzontle Voices, Inc CDMX
Portuguese Translation: Zyanya Ponce
Portuguese Narration: Santiago Álvarez
Portuguese Voice KC: Gabriela Pellicia
Portuguese Review: Lenin Sagrero

Music by R Prince, performed by Chubbyemu
Additional Music by @Lifeformed ►
Some Images by Getty Images

0:00 A Woman 💁‍♀️ Had A Headache Lasting 3 Days
0:05 KC is a 28 year old woman ☝️ presenting 🚑 to the emergency room
0:30 At the Urgent Care
0:58 Over the next few months
1:18 Abdominal pain
2:06 The anticipation of an imaging 👀 modality
3:03 Back in the 🚑 emergency room
4:12 A phenomenon of nature
5:06 An implication of heterogeneity
5:43 The mitochondria is the powerhouse of the cell, but something’s 😳 wrong
6:41 Searching online cannot give you important contextual metadata
7:59 How do you know your plan is the one for you?
9:14 A powerful clinical reasoning tool
10:53 If you hear hooves think horses 🐴 not 🦓 zebras, but play telephone and people may hear ????
12:32 Presenting☝️ to the emergency 🚑 room
13:04 This is called ‘treatment resistance’

These cases are patients who I, or my colleagues have seen. They are de-identified and many instances have been presented in more depth in an academic setting. These videos are not individual medical advice and are for general educational purposes only. I do not give medical advice over the internet.


Metastatic renal oncocytoma.

Renal oncocytoma, yet another tumour that does not fit in the dualistic benign/malignant paradigm?

Oncocytoma and metastatic potential: myth or reality?

Renal oncocytoma: clinicopathological study of 166 patients. J Urogenital Pathol 1991141–52.

Classification of tumours. Pathology and genetics of tumours of the urinary system and male genital organs. Lyon: IARC Press, 2004


Chromophobe Kidney Cancer.

Immunohistochemical analysis for cytokeratin 7, KIT, and PAX2: value in the differential diagnosis of chromophobe cell carcinoma.

The Big Data Paradox in Clinical Practice.

A Causal Framework for Making Individualized Treatment Decisions in Oncology.

There is Individualized Treatment. Why Not Individualized Inference?

Causal inference and the data-fusion problem.


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