By Parveen Kumar CBE BSc MD DM (HC) FRCP FRCP(Edin), Michael L Clark MD FRCP
• What reasons high blood pressure in kids?
• Is it universal for epileptic sufferers to have post-ictal vomiting? if that is so, how frequently does this happen?
• Why is the occurrence of parkinsonism much less universal in people who smoke?
• what's the position of urine exam in diabetic keep watch over?
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The ‘Ask the writer’ on-line function from the best-selling textbook Kumar & Clark’s Clinical Medicine has amassed a wealth of questions and reviews without delay from clinical scholars and medical professionals approximately issues which are of specific curiosity or hassle to them.
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Question 46 What is the differential diagnosis of multiple rectal ulcers in an 18-yearold female? Question 47 What is the best surgical technique in a chronic (2–3 years) painful anal fissure that is located sagittally posteriorly? Question 48 Can I make a diagnosis of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) in a 40-year-old female patient without doing gastrointestinal investigations? Question 49 What is the cause of abdominal bloating, which is often a symptom in patients with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)?
Question 19 Besides needle-pricks, how else is it possible to contract hepatitis C from a hepatitis C (HCV)-positive patient? Are the patient’s skin/sweat (or other bodily secretions) infectious? Question 20 What is the risk of infection with hepatitis C from blood splashed into the eyes? Question 21 Hepatitis C (HCV): if results from the polymerase chain reaction (PCR) examination are inconclusive, what does this mean? Should further investigations be undertaken and, if so, will there be a risk of chronicity?
In the main, people use the word ‘jaundice’ most of the time. ‘Anicteric’ is sometimes used to describe a person who is not jaundiced. Answer 11 Hepatitis means inflammation of the liver. It can occur from many causes but in your patient the hepatitis C virus seems to have been the cause of the inflammation. 60–80% of patients who develop hepatitis C go on to chronic liver disease; 20–30% of these will develop cirrhosis of the liver over a period of 20–30 years. The damage to the liver in the chronic situation is due to the immunological response to the hepatitis C virus.
1000 Questions and Answers from Kumar & Clark's Clinical Medicine by Parveen Kumar CBE BSc MD DM (HC) FRCP FRCP(Edin), Michael L Clark MD FRCP