Question of the Day

Q. Can we diagnose thallesemia by just seeing the CBC and GBP report
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Teaching Files/ Grand Rounds

A 5 year old girl weighing 14kgs was referred in view of positive Tuberculin skin test {TST} {15mm by 2 TU} in November 2015. She had been tested as she had fever for 3 days but was currently asymptomatic. Chest X ray was normal and there was no cont ...
What is the cause of her positive TST now_?
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Diagnostic Dilemma

A 2 months old child born of non-consanguineous marriage presents with abnormal genitalia. On examination, the phallus was 2.75 cm with single opening, partially fused labia with gonads not palpable and hyperpigmentation of gonads.
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Poll

Q. Should there be a price cap on medical implants and medical devices?
  • Yes, it will benefit the patient
  • No, state of the art implants will not be available for those who can afford it

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