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Final clinical short case 21

Created: 25/10/2007
1. You are asked to interpret a chest X-ray showing tension pneumothorax.
- Could the chest X-ray give any indication of the cause?

2. Discuss the differential diagnosis of subacute lower limb weakness.
- Discuss the diagnosis and management of Guillain Barre syndrome in the intensive care unit.

3. A 20-year-old Down’s syndrome patient with a mental capability of a 5-year-old child is admitted with a white, pulseless lower limb. He also has patent ductus arteriosus with Eisenmenger’s syndrome. Discuss your detailed management.

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