Pathology Case of the Week
Test yourself with our weekly pathology cases. Practice thinking of key differentials, interpreting investigations and applying your knowledge to answer these clinical cases. Enrol in our free clinical membership to access these cases.
Our next clinical case comes out on April 22nd 2021
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Learning medicine is much more than simply memorising facts. It’s about being able to apply your scientific knowledge to real life clinical cases. No patient is going to present in the exact same way, and even if their symptoms are strong, you will have to put together a jigsaw puzzle consisting of the symptoms, blood results, imaging, family history and much more in order to arrive at the final diagnosis.
Therefore, we are giving you a clinical case to work though each work and practice key skills like:
- Coming up with plausible differentials
- Interpreting blood results
- Understanding different imaging modalities including CXR, Abdo X-ray, Plain films, CT head
- Describing histology slides.
DON’T WORRY, THE ANSWERS ARE AT THE BOTTOM.
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Acute Loss of Vision Try out this example neurology case and test your clinical knowledge. The answers are at the bottom. Did you enjoy this case and find it useful? If yes, Sign up to In2Med to access all our other cases for free! Questions A 34-year-old woman presents to A&E with pain in her left eye. …
Fever in a returning traveller Try out this pathology case and test your clinical knowledge. The answers are at the bottom. Thinking of applying for the Academic Foundation Programme? Click here to check out course on “How to Secure an AFP” Questions A 23-year-old medical student presents to his GP complaining of feeling “under the weather” …
Persistent Cough in a Smoker Try out this respiratory case and test your clinical knowledge. The answers are at the bottom. Thinking of applying for the Academic Foundation Programme? Click here to check out course on “How to Secure an AFP” Questions A 59-year-old with COPD presents to their GP with a worsening cough. He says …
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