An unusual case presentation

by Dr Andrew Macaulay

 

Last reviewed: February 2016

 

Through the course of this module you will watch a series of video clips documenting the case history, diagnosis and treatment of a young girl presenting with an unusual illness.

 

With the help of guided, interactive activities, your task is to evaluate the mysterious case and make a diagnosis. We then offer you an expert diagnosis so that you can see how well you have done.

 

Finally, we provide some important information regarding the psychiatric and physical symptoms and the different forms of treatment for this illness.

 

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If you like this module, you may also be interested in:

 

The physical examination in psychiatric practice: Part 1 and Part 2 by Dr Gill Garden

 

Managing depression in physically ill patients by Dr Siobhán MacHale and Dr Roger Smyth

 

Psychiatric aspects of dizziness: a question of balance by Dr Richard Symonds and Dr Shanmuga Surenthiran

 

Taking a general medical history in psychiatry by Dr Niraj Arora and Dr Michael Phelan

 

 

 

 

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