From the following list select the 3 tumour markers that are of clinical use in the “work up” of a patient with an unknown suspected primary malignancy: (e.g. weight loss/ malaise) Please select 3 answers only: 3 marks available a. Beta HCG b. CA 19-9 c. AFP (alfa fetoprotein) d. CA 153 e. Thyroglobulin f. [...]
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The pressures of everyday life can leave you feeling like you can’t cope. Revising for your medical exams is a particularly stressful time, says Charlotte Hudson. Here are some tips to manage stress. Photo by JixarThe symptoms of stress vary, from feelings of anxiousness to outbursts of temper, and during times of increasing pressure or [...]
A 44 year old builder presents with weakness over the past 48 hours. A neurological exam reveals the following (N=normal): Upper Limbs Lower Limbs Right Left Right Left Tone N reduced N N Power (MRC) 4/5 4/5 3/5 4/5 Coordination N N N N Sensation Fine touch Proprioception N N N N N N N [...]
Student Surgery: You’re a medical student conducting a surgery list under supervision from your GP trainer. Your next patient is a retired GP who has been booked in by his wife for concerns about his memory. A 74 year old retired GP, Dr Wallis comes to see you.His wife reports that his memory is not [...]
We here at medicaleducator.co.uk are currently checking out he use of predominantly free iPhone apps on for medical students. So what we would like are three things. Why not email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have a point of view on any of our points below. We’re keen to supply our users with a free [...]