Lab case 36

An 82 year old man presents to your ED after a syncopal episode. He complains of abdominal pain and diarrhoea. On examination he has a heart rate of 105/min and a BP of 95/65. Rectal examination confirms black, foul smelling stool. His blood results are as follows:

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Lab Case 35 – Interpretation

1. Describe and Interpret

8 year old girl with oedema and dark urine presents with:

renal failure – Urea 12.1, Creat 101

evidence of infection – WCC 16, N 12.6

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Lab case 34 – Interpretation

1. Give 3 differentials:

Ectopic pregnancy

Abortion – threatened, inevitable, incomplete, complete

Ruptured corpus luteum cyst

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Lab Case 34

A 35 year old female presents to your Emergency department with vaginal bleeding and low abdominal pain. Her last normal menstrual period was 6 weeks ago. She is prone to recurrent vaginal spotting.

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