New PDF release: 250 cases in clinical medicine

By R R Baliga

ISBN-10: 0702033855

ISBN-13: 9780702033858

ISBN-10: 0702033863

ISBN-13: 9780702033865

A brand new, totally up-to-date version of Baliga's highly regarded selection of brief situations prepared through scientific sector, emphasising the most important diagnostic positive aspects of medical stipulations as generally offered within the short-case a part of the ultimate MB and MRCP examinations. additionally incorporated are most likely directions or instructions anticipated from the examiner for every situation, and the most important issues which the candidate needs to inform the examiner. a must have for the final-year undergraduate and trainee doctor.

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What are the clinical signs of severity of aortic stenosis?  Narrow pulse pressure  Soft second sound  Narrow or reverse split second sound  Systolic thrill and heaving apex beat  Fourth heart sound  Cardiac failure. How is the severity of aortic stenosis determined? 5. 5. 6. 250 Cases in Clinical Medicine How would you manage this patient?  If the patient is asymptomatic and the valvular gradient is <50 mmHg, then observation. Surgery is not recommended in asymptomatic patients.  Valve replacement in the following circumstances: • The patient is symptomatic or the valvular gradient is >50 mmHg.

What do you know of Hill’s sign? Hill’s sign is the presence of higher systolic pressure in the leg than in the arm and is said to be an indicator of the severity of aortic regur­ gitation: in mild aortic regurgitation the difference is <20 mmHg, in moderate regurgitation it is 20–40 mmHg and in severe regurgitation it is >60 mmHg. 23 250 Cases in Clinical Medicine  Wide pulse pressure  Soft second heart sound  The duration of the decrescendo diastolic murmur  Presence of the left ventricular third heart sound  Austin Flint murmur  Signs of left ventricular failure.

Studies suggest that mutation in the gene for elastin causes supravalvular stenosis (Cell 1993;73:159).  In Williams syndrome (also known as Williams–Beurens syndrome) there is a microdeletion in chromosome 7. If this patient had bleeding per rectum what unusual cause would come to mind? Angiodysplasia of the colon (Radiology 1974;113:11). If the patient was icteric and had haemolytic anaemia, what would the mechanism be? Microangiopathic haemolysis has been described in severe calcified aortic stenosis, manifesting with anaemia and icterus (Semin Hematol 1969;6:133).

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