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    TO APPEAR IN MRCP 1ST PART NO NEED OF EXPERIENCE...

    TO APPEAR IN MRCP 1ST PART NO NEED OF EXPERIENCE OR IELTS IF U APPEAR OUTSIDE UK.AFTER INTERNSHIP U CAN APPLY.2ND PART U NEED EXP.SAME ALSO FOR PLAB BUT 4 IT U NEED IELTS BUT NOT 4 MRCP.
  2. Guidelines Revised for Management of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus

    Guidelines Revised for Management of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus

    November 30, 2007 — The American Diabetes Association and the European Association for the Study of Diabetes have issued a consensus...
  3. A 43-year old man presents with genital itching and soreness

    BACKGROUND
    A 43-year old man presents with genital itching and soreness that has lasted 9 months. The inner preputium is inflamed and has several erosions (Image A). Red macules and papules are...
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    Here We R Sharing Our Knowledge To Enrich Our...

    Here We R Sharing Our Knowledge To Enrich Our Capabilities

    Tnx Everyone
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    A Postvacation Rash

    A Postvacation Rash


    BACKGROUND

    A 34-year-old otherwise healthy man presents to the emergency department (ED) with a pruritic rash on the lower-left part of his chest. The patient states that...
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    "Bleeding Plantar Heel Mass"

    "Bleeding Plantar Heel Mass"



    BACKGROUND


    An 87-year-old Filipino man presents to the emergency department with a protuberant mass on his right heel that he first noticed 2 months ago....
  7. yOUR aNS

    TRY FIRST BY URSELF

    Familial mediterranean fever
  8. A 23-year-old Turkish female presents to the emergency department for evaluation of acute abdominal

    A 23-year-old Turkish female presents to the emergency department for evaluation of acute abdominal pain.

    She reports that she has had multiple episodss of sever abdominal pain since age 15. These...
  9. Your Ans

    The patient has watery diarrhea with tea coloured stool which was persistent for 3 weeks and unresponsive for over the counter drugs and causing dehydration i.e. affecting the general condition of...
  10. A 49-year-old male is brought ti the hospital by his family because of confusion and dehydration

    A 49-year-old male is brought ti the hospital by his family because of confusion and dehydration.


    The family reports that for the last 3 weeks he has had persistant copious watery diarrhea that...
  11. A 36-Year-Old Woman Presents for an ECG Prior to an Elective Cholecystectomy

    A 36-Year-Old Woman Presents for an ECG Prior to an Elective Cholecystectomy

    Initial Presentation

    Chief Complaint: None.

    History of Present Illness: No cardiac symptoms; she received a...
  12. Thread: Another case

    by pintunoor
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    Another case

    A 63 year old male with a long standing history of hypertension, hyperlipidemia and long standing tobacco abuse presents to the emergency room with a four hour complaint of severe chest pain, nausea,...
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    A cardiology case

    A 61-year-old man requires intubation in the emergency department for respiratory distress. He has a known heart murmur for 20 years and receives SBE prophylaxis. His wife reports two weeks of...
  14. Accuracy of electrocardiography in diagnosis of left ventricular hypertrophy inarterial hypertension

    Accuracy of electrocardiography in diagnosis of left ventricular hypertrophy in arterial hypertension: systematic review.

    Pewsner D; Jüni P; Egger M; Battaglia M; Sundström J; Bachmann LM...
  15. Angiotensin II receptor blockers plus angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitors

    Adverse effects of combination angiotensin II receptor blockers plus angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitors for left ventricular dysfunction: a quantitative review of data from randomized clinical...
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    Revealed: The Seven Great "Medical Myths"

    LONDON (Reuters) Dec 21 - Reading in dim light won't damage your eyes, you don't need eight glasses of water a day to stay healthy and shaving your legs won't make the hair grow back faster.

    These...
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    Warfarin vs Aspirin in Atrial Fibrillation

    Best Evidence Review
    Warfarin vs Aspirin in Atrial Fibrillation -- New Perspectives: A Best Evidence Review



    Introduction

    Stroke is one of the most significant risks associated with atrial...
  18. 65-year-old female with a presented with a several day history of nausea and retching

    Perforated Oesophagus


    65-year-old, mentally impaired white female with a history of steroid-dependent reactive airway disease as well as type 2 diabetes mellitus who presented with a several day...
  19. 18 year old female with fever of unknown origin and atrial mass

    Cardiac Lymphoma

    18 year old female with no significant past medical history, who presented to the hospital with 8 week history of fever, weight loss, and joint pain , her physical examination...
  20. 65 year old male with AML, neutropenia, fever, and swelling in the right eye

    65 year old male with past medical history of hypertension for which he has been taking Lisinopril. Patient was recently diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukemia and he received a full course of...
  21. 42 year old female with HIV infection and nose lesion

    42 year old hispanic female with past medical history of:

    * HIV infection since 1995 currently on HAART with tenofovir, ritonavir, atazanivir
    * Cerebral toxoplasmosis diagnosed in 2007...
  22. Answer

    ANSWER : Emphysematous pyelonephritis

    Emphysematous pyelonephritis (EPN): Sonograms of the right kidney (see Images 1-2) show several hyperechoic foci (arrows) in the upper pole, with dirty...
  23. Right Flank Pain and Fever in a 56-Year-Old Man

    Right Flank Pain and Fever in a 56-Year-Old Man

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    BACKGROUND

    A 56-year-old man with a history of hepatitis C and diabetes mellitus presents...
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    Answer: DIAGNOSIS AND MANAGEMENT PLAN The...

    Answer:

    DIAGNOSIS AND MANAGEMENT PLAN
    The patient has uncontrolled hypertension with evidence of end organ damage. Because of the history of mild congestive heart failure, the patient will be...
  25. Thread: Question 1

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    Answer: Streptococcus bovis Details: ...

    Answer:
    Streptococcus bovis

    Details:

    Infective endocarditis
    Patients affected by endocarditis

    * previously normal valves (50%, typically acute presentation)
    * rheumatic valve...
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