59-year-old man with lower limb and shoulder weakness and pain when trying to stand from a chair

  1. 59-year-old man with lower limb and shoulder weakness and pain when trying to stand from a chair. A known diabetic on metformin 1g daily. Muscular atrophy in shoulder and lower limbs Hba1c-67, ESR-22, Ck- mildly elevated. What is the most appropriate diagnosis?
  • A) Diabetic Amyotrophy
  • B) Diabetic peripheral neuropathy
  • C) Polymyalgia rheumatica
  • D) Polymyositis
  • E) GBS

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  1. 80-year-old woman post coronary angiography and placement of 2 stents, stent was removed later and started having abdominal pain and left groin swelling What is appropriate management
  • A) Apply pressure on the swelling
  • B) CT scan
  • C) IVF 0.9NS
  • D) FFP

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  1. A man who had chest infection, seen by F2 doctor who requested CXR. Radiologist reports normal findings and man is treated. Afterwards, abnormal findings are discovered and patient is duly notified and treated. What should the doctor do?
  • a) Add an addendum to the initial notes, stating new findings with today’s date n sign
  • b) no changes needed to record
  • c) Delete your previous documentation and write a new one
  • d) Write a letter to the px apologizing and put a copy in the px’s record

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