48-year-old female admitted to emergency with difficulty in getting up from a sitting position, nausea and a mild increase in pain

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Case quiz study - 08/06/2022

 

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The probable differential diagnosis are all except

Reports from the previous consultation

2 / 10

Based on available reports, which diagnosis can be ruled out?

3 / 10

What is the diagnosis which would have met established criteria with the available information?

Table : Results of lab findings during the OPD visits to our institution

Table : Results of lab findings during the OPD visits to our institution

Table : Results of lab findings during the OPD visits to our institution

4 / 10

The following are the key observations from the patient's three successive follow-ups in the available results

Table : Results of lab findings during the OPD visits to our institution

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The possible diagnosis that can be considered with added investigation report of ANA profile is

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MCTD is excluded since the patient has

Table : Results of lab findings during the EMERGENCY ADMISSION

Table : Results of lab findings during the EMERGENCY ADMISSION

7 / 10

Elevated CPK levels with high AST & ALT indicates

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The probable diagnosis to be considered during this presentation is all except

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What is the test need to be conducted

TT4 : Results of lab findings during the EMERGENCY ADMISSION

10 / 10

What is the final diagnosis?

 

48-year-old female reported to emergency as she had nausea, difficulty in getting up from a sitting position, and a mild increase in pain. She had recurrent oral ulcer for the past 1-year, mild dry mouth, minimal hair fall. Find out the final diagnosis of this case study by participating in this quiz step-by-step.

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