Posts Tagged ‘Interactive Medical Cases’

New Interactive Medical Case- Now with ABIM MOC Points!

Posted by Karen Buckley • October 17th, 2013

A 67-year-old man presented to the ED with chest pain after treatment for gastroesophageal reflux disease 10 days earlier. He reported severe heaviness in his chest and had diaphoresis and dyspnea at rest. The latest Interactive Medical Case, A Curious Case of Chest Pain, is now available.  In addition to testing your therapeutic and diagnostic… Read More…

Tubulointerstitial Nephritis

Posted by Graham McMahon • November 5th, 2010

In our Clinical Problem-Solving series, information about a real patient is presented in stages to an expert clinician, who responds to the information, sharing his or her reasoning with the reader.  The latest article, Bitter Pills, was first presented as an Interactive Medical Case, giving readers the opportunity to test their diagnostic skills. Tubulointerstitial nephritis… Read More…

Bitter Pills: A New Interactive Medical Case

Posted by Karen Buckley • October 14th, 2010

Test your diagnostic and therapeutic skills with our latest Interactive Medical Case, Bitter Pills. A 60-year-old man presented to an urgent care clinic with fatigue, which began a month earlier, and increasing frequency of urination, increasing nighttime urination, and increasing thirst, all of which began during the past week. He had previously been told that… Read More…

Infertility

Posted by Graham McMahon • September 3rd, 2010

The Clinical Problem-Solving report, Hard to Conceive, is now available.  (If you haven’t yet tried the Interactive Medical Case, see if you can determine the diagnosis first.) In the United States, approximately 10% of women of reproductive age have received infertility treatment. Among these cases of infertility, about 50% are attributed to female factors, and… Read More…

New Interactive Medical Case

Posted by Karen Buckley • August 11th, 2010

Our popular Interactive Medical Cases series returns with a new case for you to solve – Hard to Conceive. A 31-year old woman originally from Nepal presented to her primary care physician after failing to become pregnant despite having regular unprotected intercourse for the past 18 months. Her menarche had occurred at 13 years of… Read More…

New Interactive Medical Case

Posted by Karen Buckley • April 14th, 2010

Manage this patient’s case from presentation to outcome when you try our latest Interactive Medical Case, The Beat Goes On. A 45-year-old white man was brought to the emergency room by emergency medical services personnel after a syncopal event. He did not report any chest pain. He was found to have a monomorphic, wide-complex tachycardia… Read More…

Stalking the Diagnosis — the Latest Interactive Medical Case

Posted by Karen Buckley • February 11th, 2010

A 58-year-old woman presented to her primary care physician after several days of dizziness, weakness, urinary frequency, fever, and dry mouth. Learn more about this patient’s clinical presentation, past medical history, and results from a physical exam when you try our latest Interactive Medical Case, Stalking the Diagnosis. As you proceed, you will be guided… Read More…

New Interactive Medical Case

Posted by Karen Buckley • November 12th, 2009

Your colleagues have been enthusiastic, about Interactive Medical Cases, an innovative new series at NEJM.org. Three cases are now available – The Writing on the Wall, A Bloody Mystery, and A Crisis in Late Pregnancy. Based on our popular Clinical Problem-Solving articles, the interactive cases allow you to virtually manage an actual patient’s case, from… Read More…

NEW! — Interactive Medical Cases

Posted by Karen Buckley • September 11th, 2009

This week we are pleased to launch on NEJM.org an innovative new series, Interactive Medical Cases. Based on our popular Clinical Problem-Solving articles, the interactive cases allow you to virtually manage an actual patient’s case, from presentation to outcome. Test your clinical knowledge in the first case, “The Writing on the Wall.” A 52-year-old man… Read More…