Question A 56-year-old woman presented with jaundice and a painless mass in her left supraclavicular fossa that had become progressively enlarged during the preceding 8 weeks. What is the diagnosis? Medullary carcinoma of the thyroid Peripancreatic malignancy Scrofula Hodgkin’s lymphoma Pancoast tumor
What is the diagnosis in this 36-year-old male?
What is the diagnosis in this patient who had erosions on the dorsal surfaces of her hands?
Question Movement, bathing, and exercise triggered pain in this patient’s right hand. What is the most likely diagnosis? Brachial plexus injury Erythromelalgia Frostbite Raynaud phenomenon Subclavian artery stenosis
History Malshi is a 6-year-old girl who presents to the A&E department where her mother states that Malshi’s urine has turned red. She has brought a jar of urine which contains which appears to be reddish-brown urine. She has no dysuria, frequency or