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OSCE Gastrointestinal examination

Thorough flowchart for carrying out a full examination of the gastrointestinal system - should come in very handy for OSCEs!
Authored By Julia Marr on Wednesday 21st May 2014

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Ann Hallett
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Posted over 4 years ago
I liked this.I IBD I noticed lately I have been have large BMs with every urination that is 6-9 times a day .it is formed and soft . I take Miriam eve other day .I have decreased my dose and then I will end up with abdominal pain and be constipated . Yo
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David Maxey
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Medical Student - University of East Anglia
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Posted over 4 years ago
Probably because you're not going to put a flexi or ridged scope up / down someone in the consulting room, and would be normally booked as a separate appointment if indicated by your history and examination.
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Khalid Khan
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Medical Student - University of Nottingham
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Posted over 4 years ago
These are just great! Colourful, visual, digestible - great for quick reference before an OSCE or on ward rounds. Well done. Thank you for sharing.
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Ifeanyi
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Medical Student - Nnamdi Azikwe University, Awka , Anambra, Nigeria.
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Posted about 4 years ago
Awesome post ,very elucidated for assimilation and elarging my grasp exclusively.
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