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Trial%20Slide%20Test%201 - hard and non-tender. a) What are...

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Trial Slide Test 1
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1 The patient has developed severe pain in the eye, nausea and vomiting. Name the 1 MOST LIKELY Dx.
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2 . normal Name the 1 MOST LIKELY Dx
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3 Name the 1 MOST LIKELY Dx.
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4 a) Name the 1 MOST LIKELY Dx. b) What is the usual etiology?
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5 This is a new lesion for the patient. Name 2 of the most likely DDx.
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6 This is a new occurrence for the patient. Name the most likely Dx.
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7 What information does this clinical picture give you?
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8 Name the most likely Dx.
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9 a) Name the lesion. b) What does it signify?
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10 a) What can you observe? b) What information does this give you?
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11 Name the likely Dx
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12 Name 3 DDx
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13 These swellings are soft, fluctuant and non- tender. Name a likely Dx
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14 Name 4 possible DDx
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15 A B Identify A and B What type of arthritis is likely to have?
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16 The swellings are
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Unformatted text preview: hard and non-tender. a) What are they called? b) Name the disorder in which they are found 17 What physical sign can you observe? 18 This man has been asked to look to the left side. What is his lesion? 19 What is the most likely Dx? 20 What is the most likely Dx? 21 Name 3 possible DDx 22 What is the most likely Dx? 23 This lesion has been present for 2 years with no changes once it grew to its present size. What is the most likely Dx? 24 What is the most likely Dx? 25 What is the most likely Dx? Name 2 possible causes. 26 a) What is the most likely Dx? b) What is another possible Dx? 27 NORMAL SIDE What is the most likely Dx? 28 Name 2 DDx 29 What is the most likely Dx? 30 What is the most likely Dx?...
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