Discuss Medical Cases (For Internal Medicine Physicians)


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Dr. Pratik Patil
Shock scenario, posted by Dr. Pratik Patil under Internal Medicine
The patient presented to the casualty ward after a road traffic accident with a pulse of 54 per minute and a blood pressure of 90/60 mm Hg. What kind of shock is this? Please justify ... View thread »

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Dr. Dipak Sopan Patade
41 years old female, resident of Pune, no comorbids, healthy lifestyle, h/o sudden loss of husband 4 months before since then she was little upset and had depressed affect due to Grief..2 months before started having intermittent mild frontal ... View thread »

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Dr. Pratik Patil
If you are managing a 56 year old woman with severe pneumonia in the Intensive Care Unit, what will you do when you are called to see her because her leg has suddenly turned blue? Please tell me the diagnosis and management ... View thread »

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Dr. Saumya Mittal
The 25 year old girl has a compliant of burning and redness of face and livedo reticularis like pattern on limbs for 4 years. Symptoms were on and off initially. But are persistent now. She feels comfortable only in AC even in winters with ... View thread »

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Dr. Sheetal Kamble
32 years old male, software engineer by profession, complains of recurrent abdominal bloating and eructations. Pain all over abdomen due to bloating. No tenderness. Cannot pass stool satisfactorily. Feels as if stool has not completely passed. ... View thread »

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