1. Clinical Cases • LITFL Medical Blog • Case Collection

    The LITFL Clinical Case Collection includes over 250 Q&A style clinical cases to assist ' Just-in-Time Learning ' and ' Life-Long Learning '. Cases are categorized by specialty and can be interrogated by keyword from the Clinical Case searchable database. Search by keywords; disease process; condition; eponym or clinical features….

  2. Case 24-2020: A 44-Year-Old Woman with Chest Pain, Dyspnea, and Shock

    Zhou F, Yu T, Du R, et al. Clinical course and risk factors for mortality of adult inpatients with COVID-19 in Wuhan, China: a retrospective cohort study. Lancet 2020;395:1054-1062. Crossref

  3. Clinical cases Archives

    Clinical cases. Epigastric pain case study with questions and answers. Epigastric pain case study with questions and answers - for doctors and medical students exams, finals and OSCEs. Low urine output case study with questions and answers.

  4. PDF Clinical Case Studies for Students and Health Professionals

    Clinical Case Studies for Students and Health Professionals. The following examples are included to help students and clinicians explore in more detail the health impacts of climate change and provide real-world examples and case studies. Adopted and modified from: Luber, G. and J. Lemery (2015). Global climate change and human health: From ...

  5. Guides: Medicine

    AccessMedicine Case Files Collection This link opens in a new window AccessMedicine's Case Files Collection from McGraw-Hill Education offers the best-selling Case Files content in an interactive format. Updated regularly, this comprehensive case collection helps students learn and apply basic science and clinical medicine concepts in the context of realistic patient cases.

  6. OSCE Cases

    Each scenario allows you to work through history taking, investigations, diagnosis and management. You might also be interested in our bank of 1000+ OSCE Stations. A collection of interactive medical and surgical OSCE cases (clinical case scenarios) to put your history, examination, investigation, diagnostic and management skills to the test.

  7. Case Studies

    A 53 year old man presents to clinic with swelling of his hands and a uric acid of 12. 15. A 58-year-old woman presents to clinic with difficulty walking. 16. A 49-year-old woman is seen with an abnormal Nerve Conduction Study. 17. A 55-year-old woman is seen because of her right knee is "giving out". 18.

  8. Case Studies

    CASE STUDIES. This page offers a collection of interesting cases from the Penn Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine that are available to download as PDFs. To view specific case studies by organ system or subspecialty, use the filter checkboxes in the left sidebar.


    The New England Journal of Medicine publishes several case-based series including Case Records of the Massachusetts General Hospital, Clinical Problem-Solving, and Clinical Practice, plus our online Interactive Medical Cases. We have chosen the cases in this collection based on their clinical relevance to primary care.

  10. How to write a medical case report

    BMJ Case Rep 2014, doi: 10.1136/bcr-2013-202503. You should separate your case presentation section from the investigations and differential diagnoses. The key points to remember to include are your choice of investigations and how they helped you establish a working diagnosis (box 4).

  11. Developing a Beginner's Guide to Writing a Clinical Case Report: A

    In this study, medical students indicated that lack of formal training and lack of mentorship were significant barriers to writing and presenting cases. There are several journal-specific guides and instructions on how to write clinical case reports but despite this, junior doctors still find it difficult to write up a case report.

  12. Case Studies, Videos, Images

    Helps students learn and apply basic science and clinical medicine concepts in the context of realistic patient cases. Features the complete collection of basic science, clinical medicine, and post-graduate level cases from 23 Case Files series books, and the personalized functionality to let users mark their progress through cases. Cases on ...

  13. Guidelines To Writing A Clinical Case Report

    A case report is a detailed report of the symptoms, signs, diagnosis, treatment, and follow-up of an individual patient. Case reports usually describe an unusual or novel occurrence and as such, remain one of the cornerstones of medical progress and provide many new ideas in medicine. Some reports contain an extensive review of the relevant ...

  14. Case Reports, Case Series

    Editorial. Introduction. Case reports and case series or case study research are descriptive studies to present patients in their natural clinical setting. Case reports, which generally consist of three or fewer patients, are prepared to illustrate features in the practice of medicine and potentially create new research questions that may contribute to the acquisition of additional knowledge ...

  15. MCW Ophthalmic Case Studies For Medical Students

    MCW Ophthalmic Case Studies For Medical Students. This is a collection of case studies to help you get an insight on the typical history and initial examination of various ophthalmic disorders. The discussion, although brief, is intended to give you a simple overview of each disease. The questions at the end of each case are a good review for ...

  16. Educational Case: A 57-year-old man with chest pain

    A 57 year-old male lorry driver, presented to his local emergency department with a 20-minute episode of diaphoresis and chest pain. The chest pain was central, radiating to the left arm and crushing in nature. The pain settled promptly following 300 mg aspirin orally and 800 mcg glyceryl trinitrate (GTN) spray sublingually administered by ...

  17. Medical Student Case Studies

    General Diagnostic Case Studies. Arteriovenous Fistula Secondary to Trauma. Chylothorax, Cellulitis, Gas Gangrene. Ectopic ACTH-Secreting Tumor. Epiphrenic Diverticula. Incidental Mediastinal Hilar Lymphadenopathy. Liver Metastasis. Neurocystercircosis. Pneumoperitoneum.

  18. Case 19-2020: A 74-Year-Old Man with Acute Respiratory Failure and

    Alfandre D. Clinical recommendations in medical practice: a proposed framework to reduce bias and improve the quality of medical decisions. ... a Chaplain case study on existential distress and ...

  19. Case Studies

    Case Studies. In this section we report a variety of clinical cases in an effort to share our experience with healthcare providers and with patients who may benefit. The cases are categorized into a wide variety of different medical and surgical specialties listed under subheadings. The main objective is to share our knowledge and experience ...

  20. How to present patient cases

    Presenting patient cases is a key part of everyday clinical practice. A well delivered presentation has the potential to facilitate patient care and improve efficiency on ward rounds, as well as a means of teaching and assessing clinical competence. 1 The purpose of a case presentation is to communicate your diagnostic reasoning to the listener, so that he or she has a clear picture of the ...

  21. Browse By Case Study

    Browse By Content Type Case Study Our Work. Uncover interesting and unusual findings in the microbiology laboratory by browsing case studies, shared by your clinical and public health microbiology colleagues. Cases can be used as a teaching tool or to further your individual knowledge of the field. ...

  22. How to Write Your First Clinical Case Report

    Most likely when you were a medical student or resident. Although the process for young authors is rewarding once the manuscript gets accepted, the writing and revision process can be exhausting. For some early career authors, it can be difficult to find a starting point. What is the main advice that the JACC: Case Reports editorial board can ...

  23. Based case based learning and flipped classroom as a means to improve

    International student education has become an important part of higher education and an important symbol to measure the level of higher education. To change the traditional teaching model, here we introduced a combination of Case-Based Learning (CBL)and Flipped Classroom (FC) into the pathophysiology course for international students. This study aimed to explore whether the active learning ...

  24. Understanding challenges of using routinely collected health data to

    Introduction. A learning health system is foundational to achieving the quintuple aim of advancing patient care, population health, equity, cost-effectiveness, healthcare worker experience, and, ultimately, future goals such as precision health.1-3 To be able to rapidly answer important clinical questions, the structure of, and data capture in, electronic medical records and health ...

  25. Vivani expects to start long-term GLP-1 implant trial this year

    The Vivani NanoPortal technology. [Image courtesy of Vivani] Vivani Medical (Nasdaq:VANI) today announced that it expects to initiate the first clinical study of its long-term GLP-1 implant this year. The company anticipates a fourth-quarter start for its NPM-115 program in Australia, pending regulatory clearance there.

  26. Guidelines to the writing of case studies

    It is best to simply tell the story and let the outcome speak for itself. With these points in mind, let's begin the process of writing the case study: Title page: Title: The title page will contain the full title of the article. Remember that many people may find our article by searching on the internet.

  27. JMIR Medical Informatics

    Background: The traditional clinical trial data collection process requires a Clinical Research Coordinator (CRC) who is authorized by the investigators to read from the hospital electronic medical record. Using electronic source data opens a new path to extract subjects' data from EHR and transfer directly to EDC (often the method is referred to as eSource ).The eSource technology in clinical ...