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Medical Scenarios

by Stuart Enoch, PhD
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    About the Lecture

    The lecture Medical Scenarios by Stuart Enoch, PhD is from the course Medical Scenarios. It contains the following chapters:

    • Scenario 1
    • Scenario 2
    • Definition of Sepsis
    • ARDS
    • Surgical Pathology
    • Scars
    • Basal and Squamous Cell Carcinomas
    • Management of melanoma
    • Other aetiologies
    • Exam Clues

    Included Quiz Questions

    1. Repeat ultrasound in a year
    2. Repeat ultrasound in 1 month
    3. Repair AAA
    4. Invasive angiography
    1. Sepsis with hypotension that persists after fluid resuscitation.
    2. Bactermia with a temperature of 37C.
    3. Hypertension with sepsis without fluid resuscitation.
    4. Sepsis with end organ dysfunction.
    1. Septic shock
    2. Cardiogenic shock
    3. Neurogenic shock
    4. Hemorrhagic shock
    1. Temp of 39c, RR 25 and known bacteremia
    2. Temp of 37c, RR 25 and bacteremia
    3. 110bpm, increased WBC
    4. Bacteremia and normotension
    1. Leaky vessels
    2. Lung puncture
    3. cardiogenic oedema
    4. cancer
    1. Surfactant
    2. blood
    3. CO2
    4. edema
    1. ARDS
    2. Pneumonia
    3. Pneumothorax
    4. Pneumoembolism
    1. Dercum’s disease
    2. Turcot’s disease
    3. Garnder’s disease
    4. Basal Cell Carcinoma
    1. Sensation of pain
    2. size
    3. texture
    4. color
    1. Intercranial extension
    2. bleeding
    3. fractures
    4. nerve compression
    1. Keloid
    2. Hypertropic scar
    3. Surgery burn
    4. Infection
    1. Men2B
    2. Men1
    3. Men2
    4. Men2A
    1. Dupuytren’s contracture
    2. Arthiritis
    3. Trigger finger
    1. Irregular shape
    2. size of lesion
    3. sun sensitivity
    4. age
    1. Basal Cell Carcinoma
    2. Sqamous cell carcinoma
    3. Breast cancer
    4. Benign Nevus
    1. Squamous cell carcinoma
    2. Basal Cell carcinoma
    3. Oral cancer
    4. Thyroid cancer
    1. Actinic Keratosis
    2. Sunburn
    3. Squamous cell cancer
    4. Keloids
    1. Bowen’s disease
    2. Actinic keratosis
    3. basal cell carcinoma
    4. Lipoma
    1. Punch biopsy
    2. shave biopsy
    3. ultrasound
    4. PET scan
    1. 1-2 cm
    2. 1 cm
    3. 2-3 cm
    4. 3 cm
    1. Arterial ulceration
    2. Sepsis
    3. Peripheral neuropathy
    4. Venous stasis
    1. Regulary HbA1c testing
    2. blood pressure monitoring
    3. wearing socks
    4. ultrasound testing
    1. tuberculous ulcer
    2. trophic ulcer
    3. basal cell carcinoma
    4. squamous cell carcinoma

    Author of lecture Medical Scenarios

     Stuart Enoch, PhD

    Stuart Enoch, PhD


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