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A brand new, totally up-to-date version of Baliga's extremely popular choice of brief situations prepared by means of medical region, emphasising the major diagnostic positive factors of medical stipulations as mostly 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 , and the foremost issues which the candidate needs to inform the examiner. a must have for the final-year undergraduate and trainee doctor.
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Coarctation of aorta (p. 117) Patent ductus arteriosus (p. 108) Dissecting aortic aneurysm Arterial occlusion or stenosis of any cause Supravalvular aortic stenosis (see p. 34) Thoracic outlet syndrome. How would you investigate a patient with hypertension in outpatients? 39 250 Cases in Clinical Medicine In patients without established cardiovascular disease, assess cardiovascular risk. Investigation should aim to identify diabetes, evidence of hypertensive damage to the heart and kidneys, and secondary causes of hypertension such as kidney disease: Full blood count (FBC) Urine for sugar, albumin and specific gravity Urea, electrolytes and serum creatinine Fasting lipids, fasting blood sugar, serum uric acid Serum total cholesterol to high density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol ratio ECG Chest radiograph 24-h urine collection to measure vanillyl mandelic acid.
G. in patients >40 years) and when severity of aortic regurgitation is doubted; injection of contrast into aortic root gives information on degree of regurgitation and state of aortic root (presence of dilatation, dissection, root abscesses). MRI or spiral CT can assess of aortic root size. ADVANCED-LEVEL QUESTIONS What is the prevalence of aortic regurgitation in the elderly? According to the Helsinki Ageing Study, 13% of persons aged 75–86 years have moderate to severe aortic regurgitation (J Am Coll Cardiol 1993;21:1220–5).
Have you heard of Ortner syndrome? It refers to the hoarseness of voice caused by left vocal cord paralysis associated with enlarged left atrium in mitral stenosis. What are the haemodynamic changes in mitral stenosis? Depends on the severity of mitral stenosis and includes increase in left atrial pressure, increase in pulmonary arterial pressure and in severe cases decreased cardiac output. 11 250 Cases in Clinical Medicine Left atrial myxoma Ball valve thrombus in the left atrium Cor triatriatum (a rare congenital heart condition where a thin membrane across the left atrium obstructs pulmonary venous flow).