Your patient asks if a ketogenic diet can reduce her migraines. What will you tell her?
A 27-year-old man has had right arm numbness for about 2 weeks. What’s in your differential?
Six months after delivering a healthy baby girl, a physician experiences intermittent blurred vision and tingling in her left leg. Her diagnosis might surprise you.
An episode of slurred speech, dizziness, and severe headache resolved after 10 minutes. What do you suspect?
What’s in your differential diagnosis for this cachectic, disheveled patient who can no longer carry on a coherent conversation?
Does the clinical picture point to a reaction to alcohol? A food allergy? What do you suspect is the likely culprit?
Are his symptoms related to a fall that occurred 2 years earlier at work?
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Clicking sounds in the patient’s ears were initially thought to be auditory hallucinations, but a thorough neurological examination revealed the true cause.