Contrast and compare: organize the information in your brain
The recognition of clinical patterns is the key action to select a diagnosis when different entities share common signs and symptoms. Although the way in which each physician approaches a clinical problem can be very variable, there is agreement that the
Immunotherapy is now consolidated as a basic treatment of cancer. Tumors such as melanoma, kidney, and lung, have been the first to receive the benefits of this new treatment. Patients with bad clinical conditions can have an impressive tumor response, usually after a “latency” period of 4-6 weeks. Continue reading The New Diagnostic Challenge with Cancer Immunotherapy→
CLINICAL CASE: Patient with dyspnea, no thoracic pain and without a clinical improvement to diuretics and oxygen . Combining these images can you select the correct answer about the etiology and mechanism.
Expert clinicians can recognize a disease without a complete information because they recover from memory key signs or symptoms organized as a “model” or pattern. Would you be able to suggest a diagnosis from these images?