3 Burst results for "Teo Major"

"teo major" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

04:59 min | 5 months ago

"teo major" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"My co host, very intelligent, credibly stylish Donnelly. That's right. A brilliant and stylish and super sexy well today in her mind, at least Welcome to our show. This is a men's health show. I am a board certified urologist. We talk about a number of topics that can affect men's health, including those that are specifically your logically based like testosterone and kidney stones and prostate cancer, But well To talk about all the things that cause men, illness or lack of wellness. Our urology practice has been around in Austin since 2007. We got a whole bunch locations that we do We have locations all over have round rock, North Austin, South Austin and the fabulous Dripping Springs. You know, I don't give kudos to the other locations like I do Dripping Springs. I should probably start dreaming. They love dripping and dripping. They love dripping and we're trying to fix that makes all the dripping and dripping as urologist. We fixed in continents in case you guys were wondering in case they're listening at home. Go with that. What do they do? You know, a lot of people wonder if my name is a gimmick. It is not Dr Mysteries, my real name, but you know what I would if I was going to be in the military and I was going to be a major in the military. My last name would be gone. Good. What? Major gun? I would love that, wouldn't you? That's exactly that's a Segway into our guest, the former retired major gun of the US Air Force. Did EJ welcome. Thank you for joining us today. Thank you. Glad to be here, Doctor. Major gun. Document Your gun. You know, when I was in residency and in medical school, I would hate to admit anybody that I was ever kind of afraid of certain organs. But the pancreas and the liver those air to organs that I never really understood. They kind of look funny. And then invariably you stick things in him by accident when you're operating And that they're frightening. And people that have pancreatic and liver disease are very, very sick. And you dedicated your life for these people. Absolutely. My what? Prompted you to go into a liver disease medicine? Probably because I like alcohol, and I just wanted Teo Major. I just want to know what the long term ramifications for that and it was a long night long weekend that I was like, Oh boy side of medical school. In all seriousness, it just seemed very fast. Eating to me and the disease course is quite complex. And I thought I could make a difference by helping people with this disease and knowing that ultimately, in many cases if the liver starts to fail, there's transplantation as a as a fix for that. And and I and I enjoyed that. So so next to urologist, Of course, I've always thought that hepatology ists were like vest. Smartest doctor right below your old thunder just just just under urologist. And what often fascinated me about hepatology was that you? Do a lot of transplant medicine, so it's not just chemistry balance. It's not just helping people with horrific end of liver disease kind of problems, like the cirrhosis causes fluid in the abdomen and various sees with bleeding vessels everywhere and bleeding out their throat and then living after liver transplants. No walk in the park, either. It's a huge incision. Somebody either has to donate part of their liver or somebody has to die to get a liver. And then you have to be an anti rejection. I mean, had liver disease sucks. Idiot. It's hard, though. People who spend tireless hours helping patients with liver disease and know that it's complicated, and they have a special calling to help those people so that they're just like anybody else. When we look at liver disease, we know well, at least of the physician. I know what a really sick liver patient looks like. But I don't know is what is a less sick liver patient. And this concept of fatty liver was something that I guess I heard more about when I was finishing training, But I'm out of it, and I don't know. I see so many patients diagnosed with fat. Oliver and I don't know what it is or how to fix it or why people should care. Well, it's really not that easy to identify out the box, so you really have to be discerning and looking. But the first thing I would say is look at your patients. If you see someone who's an obese, diabetic, Hispanic female, Maybe that's a that's a good fino type of patients that are likely to have patty liver, diabetes and in particular, they may or may not have abnormalities in their liver in science, But the fact that they have those metabolic syndrome disorders, it's likely that they could Fatty liver, just swimming in the background as well. And the way for you to identify that is you can start with just some liver enzymes if they're abnormal, and when I say abnormal, it may not be that the lab calls it abnormal and it's red on the on the lab profile. It's just the S T greater than 19 and a female or greater than 30 and a male that might be a trigger to look into liver disease. Also the platelet count the platelet kind kind of flies under the radar. But if you see a platelet count less than 150,000, that might be someone with advanced liver disease. And there is a technology which is relatively new. It's called a fibrosis Can it will measure the stiffness of the liver. So if you have a patient that you're suspecting, fatty liver disease in, especially who fits.

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"teo major" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:17 min | 7 months ago

"teo major" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"How many times you got to be lied to Gary Jeff by the same people over and over and over again before you start saying you know what I take? I don't take it If you told me the sun was coming up in the morning I go out. Look yes, that's corroboration. But but with you, there's there's no corroboration thus far on this story. It's a meaningless story because and you think it's going to hurt President Trump standing among the military. That's the only reason they would try and introduce this kind of story, Karen because his support among the military the last time I checked, his overwhelming they love their commander in chief has given them the tools to win and be strong around the world. That his predecessor did not do think about what it says that all of a sudden out of nowhere Jeff when it comes to bashing Donald Trump The left suddenly becomes patriotic, None of it. None of it makes an ounce of sense, not an out. We'll just that Karen just like they were complacent to go ahead and remain silent about protest in Portland, Oregon, in Seattle, Washington and around the country in Minneapolis. That and calling them mostly peaceful protests when they were obviously violent. Attempts to take Teo Major American cities and crushed this country and take it down, and that's still their goal. That's bl EMS go. That's anti fits goal that not until the polling showed the Democrats, their internal polling showed him the American people don't like this and don't believe it's it's an example of exercising your First Amendment rights and, oh, we're law and order. What we want. In what universe has Joe Biden or Nancy Pelosi or anybody been a proponent of lawn lawn order? Unless it's in front of their own homes. They're they're asking everyday citizens not believe. They're lionize. They're asking them not to pay attention to what they'd been watching for the 345 months. Whatever it's been, they've been living in. And yet there's a very small percentage of people that would jump off a bridge if the Democrats told them to, and that is not the great majority of the public. Having some of them work in our news department cared if you would, if you would hang on a second will come back and discuss. I'm sure you've got a B or two in your bonnet. You'd like Tio Whoever? Yeah, one or two. All right. She is. She is the host of spouting off. That's two o'clock eastern and working people find that Karen Karen Catalin dot com Yes. My first name is a punch line and remain so on the last name is K A t e A l i n e Just go there during Ah ah, Showtime and there'll be a button Click and you can listen live and even call in life You can call in. How about that? That's fantastic. Mohr of this call in with Karen Catalina's We continue on the Bill Cunningham Show on Labor Day. Gary Jeff sitting in on 700 w LD. 700 wlw Feeling.

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"teo major" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:49 min | 7 months ago

"teo major" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"That's the only reason they would try and introduce this kind of story, Karen because his support among the military the last time I checked, his overwhelming they love their commander in chief has given them the tools to win and be strong around the world that his predecessor did not do. Well, think about what it says that all of a sudden out of nowhere just when it comes to bashing Donald Trump. The left suddenly becomes patriotic, None of it. None of it makes an ounce of sense, not an out. We'll just that Karen just like they were complacent to go ahead and remain silent about protest in Portland, Oregon, in Seattle, Washington and around the country in Minneapolis. That and calling them mostly peaceful protests when they were obviously violent. Attempts to take Teo Major American cities and crush this country and take it down, and that's still their goal. That's bl EMS go. That's anti fits gold that not until the polling showed the Democrats. Their internal polling showed him the American people don't like this and don't believe it's it's an example of exercising your First Amendment rights and Oh, well, we're law and order. What we want. In what universe has Joe Biden or Nancy Pelosi or anybody been a proponent of lawn lawn order? Unless it's in front of their own homes. They're they're asking everyday citizens not believe. They're lionize. They're asking them not to pay attention to what they'd been watching for the 345 months. Whatever it's been, they've been living in. And yet there's a very small percentage of people that would jump off a bridge if the Democrats told him to, and that is not the great majority of the public. Having some of them work in our news department cared if you would, if you would hang on a second will come back and discuss. I'm sure you've got a B or two in your bonnet. You'd like Tio Do? L? Yeah. One or two. All right. She is. She is the host of spouting off. That's two o'clock eastern and working people Find that Karen Karen Catalin dot com. Yes, My first name is a punch line, and it remains so On the last name is K A t A l l i n e Just go there during Ah ah, Showtime and there'll be a button Click and you can listen live and even call in life You can call in. How about that? That's fantastic. Mohr of this call in with Karen Catalina's We continue on the Bill Cunningham Show on Labor Day. Gary Jeff sitting in on 700 WLW. Let's rediscover.

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