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  • (BQ) Part 1 book "Neuroradiology - Key differential diagnoses and clinical questions" presents the following contents: Computed tomography hyperdense lesions, T1 hyperintense lesions, multiple susceptibility artifact lesions, ring enhancing lesions, leptomeningeal enhancement, dural enhancement,...

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  • (BQ) Part 2 book "Neuroradiology - Key differential diagnoses and clinical questions" presents the following contents: Cyst with a mural nodule, ecchordosis physaliphora versus chordoma, atlantooccipital and atlantoaxial separation, basilar invagination and platybasia, enhancing intramedullary conus lesions, nerve root enlargement,...

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  • Unique in its approach, this new book takes users beyond the identification of physical assessment abnormalities to arrive at a differential diagnosis of the patient's health problem. Readers learn how to incorporate physical examination, patient history, and diagnostic studies to accurately diagnosis a patient's problem.

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  • This book has its roots in our perceived need for a concise text to assist the practitioner in prioritizing likely diagnoses when encountering a patient complaining of neurological problems or defi cits. Though many references exist on neurological disease and differential diagnoses, few offer easily referable likely diagnoses based on common complaints and presentation. When one approaches differential diagnosis in neurology, there is frequently a feeling of overwhelming information.

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  • In Just the Facts in Pediatrics, we have attempted to create a book that will fulfill the needs of several groups of medical professionals. Medical students, residents, and specialty fellows, as well as pediatricians, nurses, practitioners, and other child health providers require rapid access to a broad base of pediatric knowledge to develop complete differential diagnoses and comprehensive treatment plans. Additionally, recertifying pediatricians are seeking a concise, but comprehensive pediatric knowledge base for review and self-study...

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  • Harrison's Internal Medicine Chapter 54. Skin Manifestations of Internal Disease Skin Manifestations of Internal Disease: Introduction It is now a generally accepted concept in medicine that the skin can show signs of internal disease. Therefore, in textbooks of medicine one finds a chapter describing in detail the major systemic disorders that can be identified by cutaneous signs. The underlying assumption of such a chapter is that the clinician has been able to identify the disorder in the patient and needs only to read about it in the textbook.

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  • Coma may be anticipated as an integral component of the terminal event of all fatal human illnesses. However, coma, which represents failure of the brain’s alerting system, may be completely reversible. The earlier the process inciting the comatose state is treated, the greater the likelihood of a more rapid complete recovery. The differential diagnoses of the causes of coma are numerous and varied.

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  • Harrison's Internal Medicine Chapter 113. Introduction to Infectious Diseases: Host–Pathogen Interactions Host–Pathogen Interactions: Introduction Despite decades of dramatic progress in their treatment and prevention, infectious diseases remain a major cause of death and debility and are responsible for worsening the living conditions of many millions of people around the world. Infections frequently challenge the physician's diagnostic skill and must be considered in the differential diagnoses of syndromes affecting every organ system.

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  • The questions can only provide meaningful information about the level of financial literacy of individuals and populations if they are sufficiently varied to differentiate between high and low achievers by combining a mixture of easy and more difficult problems. The analysis of responses to each question shows that the spread of difficulty in the core questionnaire is appropriate; differentiating well both within countries and across countries.

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  • Table 14-2 Differential Diagnoses of Abdominal Pain by Location Right Quadrant Upper Epigastric Left Quadrant Upper Cholecystitis Peptic disease ulcer Splenic infarct Cholangitis Gastritis Splenic rupture Pancreatitis GERD Splenic abscess Pneumonia/empyema Pancreatitis Gastritis Pleurisy/pleurodynia Myocardial infarction Gastric ulcer Subdiaphragmatic abscess Pericarditis Pancreatitis Hepatitis Ruptured aortic aneurysm Subdiaphragmatic abscess Budd-Chiari syndrome Esophagitis Right Quadrant Lower Periumbilical Left Quadrant Lower Appendicitis Early app...

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  • Despite decades of dramatic progress in their treatment and prevention, infectious diseases remain a major cause of death and debility and are responsible for worsening the living conditions of many millions of people around the world. Infections frequently challenge the physician's diagnostic skill and must be considered in the differential diagnoses of syndromes affecting every organ system.

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  • A–Z of Chest Radiology provides a comprehensive, concise, easily accessible radiological guide to the imaging of acute and chronic chest conditions. Organised in A–Z format by disorder, each entry gives easy access to the key clinical features of a disorder. An introductory chapter guides the reader in how to review chest X-rays accurately. This is followed by a detailed discussion of over 60 chest disorders, listing appearances, differential diagnoses, clinical features, radiological advice andmanagement.

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  • In 1999 it was estimated that renal cell carcinoma (RCC) would account for 29,990 new cancer cases diagnosed in the United States (61% in men and 39% in women), and lead to 11,600 deaths. RCC accounts for 2–3% of all malignancies in adults and causes 2.3% of all cancer deaths in the United States annually (1). Approx 4% of all RCC cases are bilateral at some point in the life of the patient. Data from over 10,000 cases of renal cancer entered in the Connecticut Tumor Registry suggests an increase in the incidence of renal cancer from 1935–1989; in women the incidence increased from 0.

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  • In this chapter you will learn about the following: Describe the purpose of effective history taking in prehospital patient care; list components of the patient history as defined by the National EMS Education Standards; outline effective patient interviewing techniques to facilitate history taking; describe how the paramedic uses clinical reasoning; outline the process to determine differential diagnoses; identify strategies to manage special challenges in obtaining a patient history.

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  • (BQ) Part 2 book "Diagnostic imaging oral and maxillofacial" presents the following contents: Temporomandibular joint, maxillary sinus and nasal cavity, masticator space, parotid space, mandible and maxilla, oral cavity, differential diagnoses.

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  • The line between depressive and anxiety disorders in perinatal as well as general populations is often blurred; when the EPDS has been factor-analyzed, although there are separate factors corresponding to depression and anxiety, several items have moderate loadings on both factors (Swalm, et al., 2010). Some services refer to antenatal or postnatal “distress” rather than attempt to differentiate depression from anxiety, and often women report a mix of anxious and depressed symptoms.

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  • Bone Marrow Examination A bone marrow aspirate and smear or a needle biopsy may be useful in the evaluation of some patients with anemia. In patients with hypoproliferative anemia and normal iron status, a bone marrow is indicated. Marrow examination can diagnose primary marrow disorders such as myelofibrosis, a red cell maturation defect, or an infiltrative disease (Figs. 58-14, 58-15, and 58-16). The increase or decrease of one cell lineage (myeloid vs.

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  • Harrison's Internal Medicine Chapter 92. Testicular Cancer Testicular Cancer: Introduction Primary germ cell tumors (GCTs) of the testis, arising by the malignant transformation of primordial germ cells, constitute 95% of all testicular neoplasms. Infrequently, GCTs arise from an extragonadal site, including the mediastinum, retroperitoneum, and, very rarely, the pineal gland. This disease is notable for the young age of the afflicted patients, the totipotent capacity for differentiation of the tumor cells, and its curability; about 95% of newly diagnosed patients are cured.

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  • Definition and Differential Diagnosis PRCA is characterized by anemia, reticulocytopenia, and absent or rare erythroid precursor cells in the bone marrow. The classification of PRCA is shown in Table 102-4. In adults, PRCA is acquired. An identical syndrome can occur constitutionally: Diamond-Blackfan anemia, or congenital PRCA, is diagnosed at birth or in early childhood and often responds to glucocorticoid treatment; a minority of patients have etiologic mutations in a ribosomal RNA processing gene called RPS19.

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  • Immunophenotype and Relevance to the WHO Classification The immunophenotype of human leukemia cells can be studied by multiparameter flow cytometry after the cells are labeled with monoclonal antibodies to cell-surface antigens. This can be important for separating AML from acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) and identifying some types of AML. For example, AML that is minimally differentiated (immature morphology and no lineage-specific cytochemical reactions) is diagnosed by flow-cytometric demonstration of the myeloid-specific antigens cluster designation (CD) 13 or 33.

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