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The case of brachial artery pseudoaneurysm

13 Aug, 14 | by Kristy Ebanks

Brachial artery pseudoaneurysm

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1. What is the difference between an aneurysm and pseudoaneurysm?
2. What are the usual causes of pseudoaneurysm?
3. How might a fracture result in vascular injury?

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The case of the brachial plexus injury

18 Jul, 14 | by Kristy Ebanks

Acromioclavicular joint dislocation with associated brachial plexus injury

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1. How is the diagnosis of AC joint dislocation made?
2. What are the features shown in Figures 1 and 2?
3. What are the principles of effective surgical management?

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The case of the resistant temporomandibular joint pain

10 Jul, 14 | by Kristy Ebanks

Successful use of stellate ganglion block and a new centrally acting analgesic with dual mode of action

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1. What are the options for managing neuropathic pain?
2. What combination therapies are available?
3. What are the indications for stellate ganglion block?

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The case of endometrioma

4 Jul, 14 | by Kristy Ebanks

Endometrioma within the broad ligament

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1. How common is endometriosis?
2. How is the diagnosis made?
3. What exactly is an endometrioma?

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The case of foregut, midgut and hindgut atresia

27 Jun, 14 | by Kristy Ebanks

Trilogy of foregut, midgut and hindgut atresias presenting in reverse order

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1. How do gut atresias arise?
2. How might these abnormalities present?
3. What is the role of antenatal screening?
4. What are the limitations of antenatal screening in detecting gut atresias?

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The case of an incidental talonavicular coalition

23 Jun, 14 | by Kristy Ebanks

A Podiatric Perspective

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1. What exactly is a tarsal coalition?
2. Under what circumstances may this develop?
3. How common is this?

If you don’t know the answers or want to know more read ’An Incidental Talonavicular Coalition in a Diabetic Patient: A Podiatric Perspective’

The case of the Maxilla reconstruction

2 Jun, 14 | by Kristy Ebanks

Reconstruction using a Fibula graft and virtual planning techniques We have some very interesting images for you but, can you answer the questions below? blog4 blog3 blog2 blog

1. How would you manage a maxillofacial defect such as this?
2. Would you consider using a graft?
3. How could you enhance the outcome?

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The case of early recurrence detection

23 May, 14 | by Kristy Ebanks

Phosphaturic tumor

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1. What would be your differential diagnosis?
2. What might be the relevance of electrolyte imbalance during the assessment of maxillary tumours?
3. How would you manage these type of tumours?

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5th Year Anniversary Special Edition

15 May, 14 | by Kristy Ebanks

In celebration of the BMJ Case Report’s 5th Birthday (late 2013) we have produced a Special Edition booklet

Have a look at these articles and, feel free to use them as a guideline for the kind of cases that we are interested in publishing.

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The case of Tremor-induced ECG artifacts mimicking torsades de pointes

9 May, 14 | by Kristy Ebanks

Doctor, treat your patient, not your monitor!

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1. What does this ECG show?
2. How would you confirm the rhythm?
3. What would you do next?

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