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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.

Enjoy!!

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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!

We have some very interesting images for you but, can you answer the questions below?

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

If you don’t know the answers or want to know more read ’Doctor, treat your patient, not your monitor! Tremor-induced ECG artifacts mimicking torsades de pointes

The case of bilateral eruption cysts

2 May, 14 | by Kristy Ebanks

Bilateral eruption cysts associated with primary molars

We have some very interesting images for you but, can you answer the questions below?

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1. What would be your differential diagnosis?
2. Which ancillary exams would you recommend?
3. What sort of approach would you endorse given the age of the patient?

If you don’t know the answers or want to know more read ’A Rare Case of Bilateral Eruption Cysts Associated With Primary Molars in both the jaws

The case of a Forgotten Diagnosis

17 Apr, 14 | by Kristy Ebanks

An AIDS-defining neoplasm on highly active antiretroviral therapy

We have some very interesting images for you but, can you answer the questions below?

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1. What is the differential diagnosis of a lump in the groin?
2. How would you investigate this patient?
3. What are the options for treatment?

If you don’t know the answers or want to know more read ’An AIDS-defining neoplasm in a 30-year-old man on highly active antiretroviral therapy: a forgotten diagnosis?

The Case of the Giant Granuloma Gravidarium

9 Apr, 14 | by Kristy Ebanks

Giant Granuloma Gravidarium of the oral cavity

We have some very interesting images for you but, can you answer the questions below?

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What would it be your clinical diagnosis?
Should this lesion be managed aggressively?
What histological finding would be relevant regarding the final diagnosis?

If you don’t know the answers or want to know more read ’Giant Granuloma Gravidarium of the oral cavity

The case of acquired total maxillectomy defect

4 Apr, 14 | by Kristy Ebanks

Fabrication of hollow bulb prosthesis

We have some very interesting images for you but, can you answer the questions below?

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1. What might have cause this defect?
2. How would you manage it?

If you don’t know the answers or want to know more read ’Fabrication of hollow bulb prosthesis in rehabilitation of acquired total maxillectomy defect

The case of Surfer’s Eye

28 Mar, 14 | by Kristy Ebanks

We have a very interesting image for you but, can you answer the questions below?

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1. What does the image of the eye show?
2. What is your differential?
3. How would you make a diagnosis?

If you don’t know the answers or want to know more read “A Radical Treatment for Surfer’s Eye

The case of a Nasopalatine duct cyst Vs. a Radicular cyst

21 Mar, 14 | by Kristy Ebanks

A clinical report distinguishing a nasopalatine duct cyst from a radicular cyst

We have some very interesting images for you but, can you answer the questions below?

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1. What is your clinical diagnosis?
2. What is your differential diagnosis?
3. Would you consider different treatment options based on the histology?
If you don’t know the answers or want to know more read ’A clinical report demonstrating the significance of distinguishing a nasopalatine duct cyst from a radicular cyst

The rare case of Kikuchi’s disease

13 Mar, 14 | by Kristy Ebanks

A rare case of axillary lymphadenopathy

We have some very interesting images for you but, can you answer the questions below?

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1. How would have initially managed this patient?
2. How should axilliary lymphadenopathy be investigated?
3. Which conditions would you want to exclude?

If you don’t know the answers or want to know more read ‘A rare cause of axillary lymphadenopathy: Kikuchi’s disease

The case of abnormal abdominal pain

10 Mar, 14 | by Kristy Ebanks

Abnormal Abdominal Pain

We have some very interesting images for you but, can you answer the questions below?

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1. What is your differential diagnosis for cases with recurrent pain-abdomen and breathlessness?
2. Can you identify any abnormality on the chest CT scan ?
3. What would your plan of action/treatment strategy be for this case?

If you don’t know the answers or want to know more read ’Recurrent pain-abdomen, breathlessness and abdominal injury in the remote past

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