Differential Diagnosis

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Jaypee Brothers Publishers, 2005 - Diagnosis, Differential - 946 pages
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Tables on differential diagnosis, ie, differentiating tables, have been enlarged and updated. Special section on diagnosis based on the laboratory findings has been updated. Section on diagnosis based on the electrocardiographic findings and information received from radiographic and imaging techniques incorporated.
 

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Contents

COMMON SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS 1 Acute Abdomen I
1
Chronic Abdomen
2
Amenorrhoea
4
Anorexia
6
Ascites
7
Backache
10
Bleeding Gums
12
Blood Pressure
14
Claw Hand
231
Continuous Murmur
232
Convulsions in Children
233
Corneal Ring Ulcer
234
Cushings Syndrome
235
Dead Fingers
237
Decreased Blood Glucose
238
Delayed Puberty
239

Brain Death
17
Clubbing of Fingers
23
Colic
24
Coma
25
Complexion and Colour of the Face
28
Conjunctiva
29
Constipation
30
Cyanosis
34
Depression
35
Diarrhoea
38
Dysmenorrhoea
40
Dyspareunia
41
Dysphagia
42
Dyspnoea
44
Dysuria
48
Electrocardiogram
50
Enlargement of Heart
53
Epistaxis
56
Face Pain
57
Fever
58
Foul Smell of Breath Halitosis
64
Haematemesis
67
Haematuria
71
Haemoptysis
75
Hair
78
Headache
80
Heart Bur n
82
jaundice
84
Lips
88
Liver Enlargement
89
Lymph Node Enlargement
92
Male Infertility
96
Melaena
112
Metrorrhagia
113
Oedema
115
Pain in Ear
116
Pain NumbnessTingling inaLimb
118
Painful Eye
120
Painful joints
121
Palpitation
123
Poisoning
124
PruritusVulvae
131
Factors Precipitating Encephalopathy
132
Pupil
135
Pyrexia of Long Duration
136
Rigor
139
Saliva
141
Sleep
142
Sneezing
143
Spinal Lesions
144
Spleen Enlargement
161
Sputum
164
Swelling of Breast
166
Swelling Related to Bones
167
Tenesmus
169
Thyroid Swelling
170
Tongue
171
Tremors
176
Ulcer
185
Urine
186
Vaginal Discharge
188
Viral hepatitis
190
Vomiting
192
Vulval Swelling
195
Weight Loss
197
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200
Abdominal Reflexes
201
Abnormal Mediastinal Mass
202
Acute Confusional State
203
Acute Dyspnoea in Infants and Young Children
204
Adult Respiratory Distress Syndrome
205
Air under Diaphragm
206
Anaemia
207
Ankylosis
208
Apex BeatVariations
209
Aphasia
210
AppetiteIncreased
211
Argyl Robertsons Pupil
212
ArthritisTerminal Interphalangeal Joint
213
Aseptic Fever
214
Ataxia
215
Attacks of ApneaNewborn
216
Basophilia
217
BoneBending
218
Bone Tumors
219
Breath Sounds
220
Calcification in Abdomen
221
Cardiac DullnessIncreased
222
CardiomegalyRight Ventricle
223
Carotenaemia
224
Charcots Joint Neuropathic Arthritis
226
Chorea
227
Choreoathetosis
228
Chronic Liver Diseases
229
Cirrhosis of Liver
230
Delayed Sitting and Walking
240
Diarrhoea Alternating with Constipation
241
Different Colours of Urine
242
Diffuse Abdominal Pain
243
Discharge from Breast
244
Drugs Causing Liver Damage
245
Drug Induced Absorption Defect
246
Drug Induced SLE
247
Dwarfism 24
248
Dysphagia
249
Dyspnoea in Newborn
250
ECGLow Voltage
251
Egg Shell Crackling
252
Empyema
253
Enlarged Mediastinal Shadow
254
Enuresis
255
Epigastric Pulsation
256
Erythema Nodosum
257
Excessive Thirst
258
Extrasystole
259
Cirrhotic Patients
260
Falls in Elderly
261
Fever with Rigor
262
First Heart Sound
263
Flushed Face
264
Frozen Shoulder
265
Galactorrhoea
266
General Backwardness
267
Generalised Stiffness
268
Generalised Vesicles and Bullae
269
Glaucoma to be Suspected
270
Gynaecomastia
271
Haemolysis in G6PD Deficiency
272
Hair Loss
273
Head Nodding
274
Heart BlockBundle Branch Block Left
275
Hemiplegia of Gradual Onset
276
Hiccough
277
Hirsutism
278
Homogeneous Opacity of One Hemithorax
279
Honeycomb Lung
280
Hyperamylasaemia
281
Hyperhidrosis
282
Hyperthyroidism
283
Hypertranslucency of Lung
284
Hyperventilation
285
Hypoadrenalism
286
Hypoglycaemia
287
Hypopigmented Patches
288
HypotensionIntermittent
289
Hypothyroidism
290
Hypotonia
291
Hypoventilation
292
ImpotenceDue to Antihypertensive Drugs
293
Increased SGOT
294
Inequality of Limb Length
295
Insulin Resistance
296
Intracranial Hypertension
297
Involuntary Movements
298
Iritis
299
Irregularity of Pupil
300
Kidney Size
301
Kyphosis
302
Lactic Acidosis
303
Left Upper Quadrant Leg Ulcers
304
Leukoplakia
305
LiverDamage by Drugs
306
Localised Lymphadenopathy
307
Loss of Consciousness
308
Loss of Weight
309
Lordosis
310
LowFlat T Wave
311
Lung Metastases
312
Male Infertility
313
Membranous Throat
314
MenstruationPrecocious
315
Micturition
316
Monocular Diplopia
317
Monoplegia
318
Mouth Breathing
319
Myalgias
320
Myoclonus
321
Neck Stiffness
322
Nephrolithiasis
323
Neuropathic Arthritis
324
Noncirrhotic Hepatic Fibrosis
325
Nutritional Anaemia
326
Oral Pigmentation
327
Osteoporosis
328
Osteosclerosis
329
Painful Hip in Children
330
Pancreatitis
331
Papillary Necrosis
332
Paradoxical Pupillary Reaction
333
Facial Palsy 259
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