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September-2002                                                          1. Theme Management of diarrhoea in children. A. 5% dextrose B. 0.9%saline D. 50 ml per kg ort over 4 hours E. 150 ml per kg ort over 4 hours F. 150 ml per kg ort over 24 hours G. Amoxicillin H. Trimethoprim-sulphamethoxazole I. Anti diarrhoeals J. Anti emetics k. Lactose free diet 1. 8 month old child with h/o diarrhoea 8 episodes in the last 24 hours 2. 3. Child with Shigella dysentery. 4. A bottle fed baby with diarrhoea, urine reducing substance positive 2. Theme : Diagnosis of Injury In Children(Nai or Not) A. Fracture B. Non accidental injury C. Accidental injury D. Normal finding E. Henoch Schönlein purpura F. ITP G. Leukemia H. Sickle cell anaemia 5. 10 Year-old boy with h/o fall from cycle. o/e lower leg swelling & deformation. 6. 8 month old child with large blue patch on the bottom. Father Caucasian, mother- African 7. 10 Year-old girl brought to the A&E by her stepfather. o/e girl has petechial 8. 5 year-old girl develops sore foot after playing football at her school. GP is concerned about patches of different colours on her lower legs. Otherwise the girl’s examination is normal. 1
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September-2002                                                          3. Theme :Investigations of Wrist Fractures A. Isotope scan B. Xray wrist ap,lateral with views of scaphoid C. Refer to ortho. D. Xray thumb E. Plaster cast of wrist F. Discharge with advice G. Physiotherapy 9. 10 year-old boy comes with h/o fall on his hand. X-ray of thumb reveals no fracture. 10. 12 year-old comes with h/o fall on his hand. 11. 18 year-old comes with h/o fall on his hand. X-ray wrist reveals impacted fracture lower hand on the left. 4. Theme :Investigations of Dyspepsia A. 24 hour ambulatory esophageal ph monitoring B. Oesophageal manometry C. Endoscopy D. Fecal occult blood. E. No investigation needed at present F. Helicobacter pylori serology G. Barium meal 12. 50 yr old obese woman with h/o pain in the epigastrium which comes on at 13. Woman with h/o pain in the stomach after a fundoplication operation 14. Woman with long h/o peptic ulcer disease with positive H-pylori. Has not had an examination for the past 4 yrs, now presents for a check up. 15. 36 year-old man who has been treating himself for dyspeptic symptoms for several years. 16. A man who has a stressful job presents with history of epigastric pain for past 2 years .He smokes about 20 cigarettes per day 2
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September-2002                                                          5. Theme :Diagnosis of Antepartum Haemorrhage A. Abruptio placenta B. Placenta praevia C. Vasa praevia D. Velamentous insertion
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This note was uploaded on 10/10/2011 for the course MEDICINE finals taught by Professor All during the Spring '11 term at Windsor SOM.

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