Question What diagnosis explains the combination of findings on this lateral chest radiograph? Syphilis Dressler’s syndrome Turner’s syndrome Rheumatic heart disease Tertiary hyperparathyroidism [wsi-locker title=”Share to unlock content”] [/wsi-locker]
Question A healthy 35-year-old man presented with small eggs and a brownish lesion on the medial edge of his right big toe Two weeks before presentation, he had returned from a holiday trip to Brazil, where he had been barefoot. The patient was
Question A 14-year-old female refugee from Cameroon was admitted to our clinic for a medical checkup two weeks after arriving in Germany. Her medical history was notable only for multiple episodes of malaria. At presentation, the young woman reported complete well-being, with no ocular
A 90-year-old man had the incidental finding shown here at autopsy. What is the most likely diagnosis?
A 60-year-old man was evaluated for nasal congestion and ocular itchiness that had been ongoing for several years. Examination was unremarkable, showing normal visual acuity, except for symmetric defects in the iris of both eyes . The patient reported no history of eye