This week’s case study evaluates a patient who presented with a recurrent monoclonal IgGK immunoglobulin during a routine follow-up evaluation after three years of disease-free status. Can you review the case and make the diagnosis?
This week’s case study reviews the concentrated wet preparation and modified safranin stain of stool collected from a 34-year-old female with a 10-day history of watery diarrhea and abdominal pain. Can you make the diagnosis?
This week’s case study reviews the debridement procedure on a 35-year-old man who suffered massive trauma in a motor vehicle accident. View the case and make your diagnosis.
This week’s case study involves a 49-year-old woman evaluated for numbness of her left arm and leg. During the workup, she was incidentally found to have a large pituitary tumor on her head MRI. Can you make the diagnosis?
This week’s case study reviews an imaging-guided core needle biopsy performed on a 65-year-old man with a 5-cm well-circumscribed right lower lobe lung mass. Can you make the diagnosis?
This week’s case study reviews a 25-year-old female with no history of medical problems who presents to her family medicine physician for routine obstetric care. Based on the patient’s clinical history and the results of blood bank testing, what is the next best step in managing this patient?
This week’s case study reviews the PTEN genetic testing from a 34-year-old female who presented to a dermatology clinic for evaluation of several facial skin lesions. Can you make the diagnosis?
This week’s case study reviews a uterine leiomyomata, which was removed from a 27-year-old woman who presented for a myomectomy due to abnormal uterine bleeding. Can you make the diagnosis?