Medguide clinical medicine questions

The transition from preclinical, to clinical medicine, can feel scary.  You go from structure, and definitive answers, to the murky world of complex patient presentations.  Below, MedGuide has compiled a set of presentations for you to try out … see if you can figure your way through these cases.  Enjoy! 

Approach to the Patient with Paediatric Respiratory Complaints

😀 EASY Have a crack at three paediatric patients with respiratory concerns.  Good luck! Reviewed by: awaiting review

Approach to the Patient with a Childhood Limp

🤔 MEDIUM Often limping is because you slept on it funny.  But really, there are some important paediatric orthopaedic causes of limp that you will come across over-and-over in med school.  Have a crack at these three patient conditions right now ... good luck!Reviewed...

Approach to the Patient with Change in Bowel Habit – Part Three

🤔 MEDIUM I've had enough.  This is the final time I write some questions about kids with toilet issues.  Here is part three of three ... good luck! Reviewed by: awaiting review

Approach to the Paediatric Patient with Change in Bowel Habit – Part Two

🤔 MEDIUM A classic problem we've all had.  You've bought something tasty, you enjoy eating it ... but a few short hours later you don't feel right.  Have fun with this quiz of a classic vignette of infective gastroenteritis.  Bring your BNF and good luck! Reviewed by:...

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:...

Clinical Questions

Cardiology and vascular medicine

Respiratory medicine

Gastroenterology

Neurology

Renal and urology

Endocrinology

Infectious diseases

ENT

Dermatology

Geriatric medicine

Haematology

Obstetrics, gynaecology and women’s health

Oncology and palliative care

Ophthamology

Orthopaedics

Paediatrics

Psychiatry

Sexual health

Rheumatology