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Case Study: Priapism – Management of painful penis erection

This case study provides a detailed analysis of a priapism case involving a 36-year-old male who experienced a persistent erection for 14 hours after recreational Viagra use. By examining the patient’s presentation, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, and prognosis, the study offers valuable insights into this complex urological condition. The importance of prompt medical attention, comprehensive examination, effective treatment strategies, and careful follow-up to prevent potential complications is emphasized. The case also underscores the psychological implications of priapism, calling for an empathetic approach to patient care and mental health support. The study concludes with the need for proper patient education about the safe use of medications like Viagra and serves as a resource for medical practitioners and students

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Stuck Ring Removal Techniques – Case study

Explore an intriguing case of a stuck ring on a swollen finger and delve into a variety of ring removal techniques. This detailed account, ranging from initial patient assessment to the successful execution of an unconventional removal method, offers crucial lessons for medical students and healthcare professionals. Discover how patient-centric approaches, innovation, and effective patient education can resolve complex medical scenarios.

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Primary Hypothyroidism – Case Study

Dive into our latest case study exploring the diagnosis journey of a 45-year-old woman presenting with facial puffiness and a range of symptoms leading to a final diagnosis of primary hypothyroidism. Learn about the vital role of patient history, physical examination, and laboratory investigations in clinical reasoning and disease management.

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Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)

Explore our comprehensive case study on Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS), a common endocrine disorder among women of reproductive age. From menstrual irregularities, rapid weight gain, and hormonal imbalances to diagnosis, treatment options, and prognosis, we provide a holistic view of managing PCOS.

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Case Study of Central Precocious Puberty in a Toddler

This blog presents a unique case of a 2-year 11-month-old male child diagnosed with central precocious puberty due to a hypothalamic hamartoma. It discusses the complexity of the case, the interplay of medical, socio-economic, and cultural factors, and the role of healthcare professionals in managing such cases. It highlights the importance of a patient-centered, culturally sensitive, and empathetic approach to ensure optimal health outcomes.

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Proctalgia: A Unique Case of Rectal Foreign Body

This case study delves into an intriguing instance of proctalgia in a 29-year-old male due to a self-inserted rectal foreign body. The post explores the patient’s presentation, diagnostic approach, and management while underlining the importance of a comprehensive and non-judgmental approach to healthcare. It serves as a valuable lesson for medical students and healthcare professionals, emphasizing thorough patient history, physical examination, and patient-centered care.

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Case Study : Ekbom Syndrome or Delusional Parasitosis

This case study presents an intriguing account of a 38-year-old housewife diagnosed with Delusional Parasitosis. Despite presenting with distressing skin symptoms and an unshakeable belief in a parasitic infestation, all medical evidence pointed to a psychogenic origin of her symptoms. This case highlights the complexities of diagnosing and managing conditions that overlap dermatology and psychiatry, underscoring the importance of an interdisciplinary approach in healthcare. The patient’s strong convictions about her health condition also serve as a crucial reminder of the power of a patient’s beliefs in influencing their health outcomes.

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Case Study : Complexities of a Hypoglycemic Episode

This case study revolves around a 50-year-old male patient who presents with a unique set of symptoms that challenge our diagnostic skills. The patient’s wife reported observing an episode of aberrant behavior at home, with the patient aimlessly wandering around the house and expressing confusion about his location. His speech became incomprehensible, and he displayed non-purposeful movements with his arms. Additionally, the patient reported experiencing blurry vision. Intriguingly, his wife noted his apparent awareness of his nonsensical speech. The patient has a history of diabetes mellitus, specifically type 2, and he is currently on Toujeo Insulin Glargine pen. Recently, his blood sugar level was reported to be critically low at 38 mg/dL. The diagnosis points to a severe hypoglycemic episode, and the recommended management involves immediate treatment to raise his blood sugar levels, a review of his insulin regimen, and patient education on recognizing the signs of hypoglycemia. Regular follow-up appointments are scheduled to monitor his condition and provide ongoing support. This case study serves as a valuable learning experience for medical students, highlighting the importance of a comprehensive and individualized approach to patient care.

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Objectum Sexuality: A Case Study of a Man in Love with His Car

This blog post explores an intriguing case study of Objectum Sexuality, an orientation where individuals form intense emotional and sexual attachments to inanimate objects. Focusing on a man deeply in love with his red 1967 Ford Mustang, we dive into the complexities and nuances of this unconventional romantic behavior. With discussions revolving around differential diagnoses, treatment approaches, and the broader context of understanding diverse sexual orientations, the aim is to foster a non-judgmental dialogue that emphasizes the importance of inclusive mental health services and empathetic treatment.

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Case Study : SARS-CoV-2-Induced Subacute Thyroiditis

This blog post explores the intriguing association between SARS-CoV-2 and Subacute Thyroiditis (SAT) through a detailed case study. The patient, a 55-year-old man, presented symptoms associated with SAT following his recent COVID-19 infection. A comprehensive diagnostic approach involving thyroid function tests, complete blood count, inflammatory markers, and thyroid ultrasound led to the diagnosis of SAT triggered by SARS-CoV-2. Despite initial non-responsiveness to aspirin, the patient’s condition improved significantly with prednisolone treatment. This case underscores the need for individualized management strategies and further research to fully understand the implications of this novel pathophysiological link.

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