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Approach to the Paediatric Patient with Changed Bowel Habit

😀 EASY In this first of a few question sets, we are going to examine the paediatric patient with a changed bowel habit.  This is a classic presentation that you should get your head around - and features prominently in the UKMLA "Child Health" Section.Reviewed by:...

Approach to the Patient with Shock – Part One of Two

🥵 HARD Shock is about as scary as it is common.   There are several different types and so here at MedGuide we have written two sets of questions to quiz you on the presentation and schema of shock.  Good luck. Second Author: Daniel Mercer Reviewed by: awaiting review...

Approach to the child with a fever

🤔 MEDIUM The dreaded child with a fever, could it be a virus, could it be something more serious? Test yourself on this set of questions!Reviewed by: awaiting review

Metabolism I MCQ

🤔 MEDIUM Eighteen questions test to your asic understanding of lipid and carbohydrate structure and function.Reviewed by Jonathan Loomes-Vrdoljak on 25 July 2019

Approach to the Patient with Abnormal Blood Sugar – Part One

🤔 MEDIUM I think every medical student appreciates the importance of understanding the principles of diabetes mellitus in the 21st century healthcare environment.  Have a crack at these three patients ... good luck!  Reviewed by: awaiting review [mtouchquiz id=182...

Clinical Neuroanatomy: Part One

Neuroanatomy can be tough.  But with time, and effort, it is a very logical and rewarding system that can make you seem like a pro. "Where's the lesion?" isn't the only thing you'll be tested on in this series however.  Best of luck! Reviewed by: awaiting...

Drugs and the kidney

🥵 HARD This MCQ relates to the learning outcomes in the drugs and the kidney lecture. Good luck!Reviewed by Megan McLean

Depression MCQ

🤔 MEDIUM Churchill is famously rumoured to have described his depression as a 'black dog'. It is a very common condition and has a prevalence in the UK of around 4.5 percent. You will almost certainly come across cases while on GP and psychiatric placements. In this...

Approach to the Patient with Fluid & Electrolyte Imbalance – Part One

🥵 HARD I'm labelling FEB questions as hard because I really think they can mess with you.  It took me a very long time to get around to writing these, and to thinking about it.  But, sadly, whether med or surgery is your call ... you need to know about Na, K and Ca...

Person Centred Care MCQ

This MCQ relates to the learning outcomes set out in the person centred care lecture. Good luck!Reviewed by: awaiting review