In this module, Mr Darren K Patten presents a clinical case of a 56-year-old man with a painful, soft, reducible groin lump and a positive cough impulse. Using the details of his presentation and examination, Mr Patten explains the diagnosis. He elaborates further on the complications and recommendations for treatment and surgery.
The groin lump
General Surgery, Department of General Surgery, Homerton University Hospital, London, UK
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106hrs 40mins - Patient Case By Darren K. Patten
The acute abdomen
In this presentation, Mr Darren K Patten reviews the case of a 26-year-old woman who presents at the GP surgery with right-sided abdominal pain; he discusses the patient's clinical features, explores suitable treatment options and elucidates the referral pathway that GPs should follow. MCQs are included throughout the presentation to enforce the learnings and provide examples of common presentations.
116hrs 31mins - Patient Case By Beata Godlewska
Benzodiazepines: a story of addiction
In this clinical case, Dr Beata Godlewska, Psychiatrist at the University of Oxford, discusses the recommendations for effectively managing benzodiazepine withdrawal in a 46-year-old woman; the case history, current guidelines and treatment regimens are outlined.
132hrs 46mins - Patient Case By Alia Ahmed
Clinical case: a flaky rash
Dr Alia Ahmed presents a clinical case of a 50-year-old woman with an extensive, flaky rash. She discusses the symptoms, history, examination and diagnosis as well as current guidelines and potential treatment options.