Question A 42-year-old woman presented with a painless, nickel-sized lump on her scalp that was first noticed by her hairdresser 4 months earlier. Physical examination revealed a firm, nontender, subcutaneous nodule, 6 cm in diameter, and no neurologic deficits. A complete blood count,
Question This patient presented with hypertension, proteinuria, and renal failure. What is the most likely diagnosis? Mycosis fungoides Wegener’s granulomatosis Invasive aspergillosis Sarcoidosis Polychondritis
This 23 year-old man ,presented with headache,worse on waking and made worse by coughing .he also had double vision, 1.What is the abnormality you see ? 2.What could be the diagnosis? For Answer :
1.Identify the blood picture 2.What’s your diagnosis? 3.What are the causes for the diagnosis? For Answer :
. What is your DDx ? Discus further management ?