An Aid to the MRCP PACES: Stations 1, 3 and 5, Volume 1

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John Wiley & Sons, Oct 20, 2003 - Medical - 576 pages
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The forerunner to this book - Ryder, Mir & Freeman's 'An Aid to the MRCP Short Cases' - rapidly established itself as a classic and has sold over 30,000 copies.

The new Progressive Assessment of Clinical Examination Skills (PACES) has replaced the old short case exam and, as a result, the authors have revised, reworked and extended their highly successful text so that it continues to address the study needs of candidates. This new revision aid is now presented in two volumes:


  • An Aid to the MRCP PACES Volume 1: Stations 1, 3 and 5

  • An Aid to the MRCP PACES Volume 2: Stations 2 and 4

This Volume covers Station 1 'Respiratory and Abdominal Systems', Station 3 'Cardiovascular and Neurological Systems' and Station 5 'Skin, Locomoter, Eyes and the Endocrine System'. The 200 cases have been written in accordance with the new examining and marking schemes used for the exam. They provide an invaluable training and revision aid for all candidates.

 

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Contents

Examination Routines
7
Pulsel0
15
Heartl2
16
Chestl6 4 Abdomen2l 5 Visual fields25
25
Cranial nerves27
27
Arms
30
Legs33
33
Legs and arms37
37
Infective endocarditis
173
Atrial septal defect
175
Normal heart
177
Station 3 central nervous system
179
Peripheral neuropathy
180
Myotonic dystrophy dystrophia myotonica
182
Hemiplegia
184
Cerebellar syndrome
186

Aslsomequestions39
39
Fundi42
42
Eyes45
45
Face47
47
Hands48
48
Skin
52
Rash54
54
Neck
56
Thyroid status
58
Knee
59
Hip6l
60
What is the diagnosis?
62
Short Case Records
67
Station 1 respiratory
71
Interstitial lung disease fibrosing alveolitis
72
Pneumonectomylobectomy
73
Bronchiectasis
75
Dullness at the lung base
76
Chronic bronchitis and emphysema
78
Stridor
84
Kartageners syndrome
85
Marfanssyndrome86
86
Lungtransplant87
87
Chest infectionlconsolidationl pneumonia
89
Superior vena cava obstruction
90
Corpulmonale92
92
ObesityPickwickian syndrome
94
Tuberculosisapical consolidation
97
Pneum0thorax99
101
Normal chestl03
103
Station 1 abdominal
105
Chronic liver disease
106
Hepatosplenomegaly
108
Polycystic kidneys1l0
110
Splenomegaly without hepatomegaly 11 1
111
Transplanted kidney
113
Hepatomegaly without splenomegaly l 15
115
Ascitesll6 8 Polycythaemia rubra vera 1 18
116
Generalized lymphadenopathy
119
Single palpable kidney
120
Primarybiliarycirrhosis121
121
Abdominal mass123
123
Carcinoid syndrome
125
Crohns disease
127
Idiopathic haemochromatosis
129
Nephrotic syndrome
131
Hereditaryspherocytosis133
133
Feltyssyndromel34 19 Normal abdomenl35
135
Rheumatoid lung 80
137
Prosthetic valves
138
Mitral incompetence lone
139
Mixed aortic valve disease
141
Mixed mitral valve disease
143
Other combinations of mitral and aortic valve disease
145
Mitral stenosis lone
146
fjffi T? 7 Aortic stenosis lone
148
Aortic incompetence lone
150
Ventricular septal defect
152
Irregular pulse
153
Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy
155
Marfans syndrome
156
Eisenmengers syndrome
157
Mitral valve prolapse
159
Patent ductus arteriosus
161
Tricuspid incompetence
162
Fallots tetralology with a Blalock shunt
163
Raised jugular venous pressure
164
Coarctation of the aorta
165
Slow pulse
167
Dextrocardia
168
Pulmonary stenosis
169
Cannon waves
170
Pulmonary incompetence
171
CharcotMarieTooth disease hereditary motor and sensory neuropathy
188
Motor neurone disease
190
Ulnar nerve palsy
192
Visual field defect
194
Spinal cord compression
196
Spastic paraparesis
199
Abnormal gait
200
Ocular palsy
203
Parkinsons disease
207
Multiple sclerosis
209
Lower motor neurone Vllth nerve palsy 21 1
211
Druginduced extrapyramidal syndrome
214
Choreoathetosis
215
Carpal tunnel syndrome
217
Diabetic foot
219
Friedreichs ataxia
220
Proximal myopathy
222
Subacute combined degeneration of the cord
223
Muscular dystrophy
224
Comonts ll 24 Wasting of the small muscles of the hand
226
Nystagmus229
229
Hornerssyndrome232
232
Old polio234
234
Cervical myelopathy
236
Bulbarpalsy238
238
Dysarthria239
239
Dysphasia240
240
Myasthenia gravis
242
1
245
GuillainBarré syndrome acute inflammatory demyelinating polyradiculopathy
246
Pseudobulbar palsy
248
Syringomyelia249
249
HolmesAdieMoore syndrome
251
Iugular foramen syndrome
252
Polymyositis254
254
Argyll Robertson pupils
255
Congenital syphilis256
256
Cerebellopontine angle lesion
258
Absent ankle jerks and extensor plantars
259
Lateral popliteal common peroneal nerve palsy260
260
Ptosis
262
Tabes265
265
Subclaviansteal syndrome
267
Infantile hemiplegia269
269
Thalamic syndrome271
271
Radial nerve palsy
272
Lateral medullary syndrome Wallenbergs syndrome
273
Psychogenicfactitious275
275
Normal central nervous system
277
Station 5 skin
279
Systemic sclerosisCRST syndrome
280
Neurofibromatosis von Recklinghausens disease
281
OslerWeberRendu syndrome
283
Psoriasis
285
Rash of uncertain cause
287
Dermatomyositis
288
Xanthomata
290
Vitiligo
293
Tuberous sclerosisadenoma sebaceum
297
Pseudoxanthoma elasticum
299
Lichen planus
302
Yellow nail syndrome
304
Station 5 locomotor
383
Radial nerve palsy
412
Station 5 endocrine
425
Station 5 eyes
473
Albinism 493 4 Osteogenesis imperfecta
516
Glaucomaperipheral field loss 498 8 Leg oedema
522
LaurenceMo0nBardetBiedl syndrome 504 2 Examination frequency 0fMRCP PACES short
531
Normal fundus 508 3 Pocket Sneilens chart
538
Deep venous thrombosisBakers cystl
549
Peripheral vascular disease 514
559
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