Test Your Skills with a New Interactive Medical Case

Posted by • October 13th, 2011

Our latest Interactive Medical Case, Bird’s Eye View of Fever, is now available.

A 78-year-old man presented with a 4-month history of worsening fatigue, generalized weakness, and anorexia, with an unintentional weight loss of 11.4 kg. 

Test your diagnostic and therapeutic skills and compare your performance with that of others at NEJM.org. Video, animation, and interactive content allow you to delve into the case. You may sign in to the site to save your work. CME credits are also available by taking the exam at the end of the case. CME exams associated with Interactive Medical Cases are worth up to 2 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™.

You may also wish to try one of our previous Interactive Medical Cases: A Problem in Gestation, A Sleeping Giant, A Sweet Source of Abdominal Pain, Lying Low, A Crazy Cause of Dyspnea, Bitter Pills, Hard to Conceive, A Rash Hypothesis, The Beat Goes On, Stalking the Diagnosis, Painful Purple Toes, A Crisis in Late Pregnancy, A Bloody Mystery, and The Writing on the Wall.

One Response to “Test Your Skills with a New Interactive Medical Case”

  1. dr m chengaiah yadav says:

    its good to read clinical cases like this.