BMJ Learning: Pain – June 10 2014

You see a 28 year old tennis player who has pain in his right knee. This started during a match four days ago. He twisted to hit a ball but his foot remained in the same position. What is most likely to be going on? And what tests would you do? If you are not sure then this module will help. Click on the link to complete it today:

Knee examination

And here are our most popular modules on pain:

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BMJ Learning: Gastroenterology modules

Here are the latest modules in gastroenterology from BMJ Learning

What makes a good consultation?

When you only have 10 minutes with a patient, where do you start and how do you finish?  This BMJ Learning module will look at the key elements of a consultation and ensure nothing of importance is forgotten.

Here are 3 other modules you may find useful:

BMJ Learning latest modules

Scenario from BMJ Learning – what would you do?

A 6 week old baby is examined at his baby check. His legs appear to be the same length but he has asymmetrical leg creases. You perform Ortolani’s test and feel a clunk. What is likely to be going on? If you are not sure, then this module should help. Click on the link to complete it today:

How to do the infant physical examination at 6-8 weeks (baby check)

And here are our most popular modules in emergency medicine for you to complete:

Chest pain of recent origin – assessment and diagnosis: in association with NICE

Early management of adults with an uncomplicated first generalised seizure

Epilepsy – in association with NICE

Urology topics from BMJ Learning

Click on any of the links below to complete these online modules from BMJ Learning

BMJ Learning: Stroke – differential diagnosis

Take a look at this module available online from BMJ

Scenario:
You review a 53 year old woman because earlier in the day she had an episode where she experienced zigzag lines at the periphery of her vision. Her husband witnessed the event and reports that, at the time, she was “talking nonsense”. This lasted several minutes, and then she noticed pins and needles in her left arm. What is the most likely diagnosis? And what would you do? Not sure? — then complete the module below.

Stroke: differential diagnoses