Case-based Medical Physiology
November 2005, Wiley-Blackwell
Each case is thoroughly discussed through the use of patient histories, physical examination, investigations and management of common conditions where disordered physiology is involved. Over 60 illustrations reinforce an understanding of basic physiological mechanisms.
A problem-based learning approach is used which includes Question and Answer sections and a final Case Review.
Case Based Medical Physiology is designed as a resource for medical students and junior doctors to be used as a revision aid prior to examinations and OSCEs.
Chapter 2: INTERMITTENT VOMITING.
Chapter 3: HIGH PRESSURE AT SEA.
Chapter 4: BREATHING DIFFICULTIES AFTER INSECT STING AND AIR TRAVEL.
Chapter 5: INFERTILITY IN A FEMALE ATHLETE.
Chapter 6: SORE THROAT AND BLOATING.
Chapter 7: TIGHT SHOES AND DISTURBED NIGHTS.
Chapter 8: SHORTNESS OF BREATH IN A SMOKER.
Chapter 9: CHEST PAIN ON EXERCISE.
Chapter 10: TIREDNESS AND FAILURE TO MATURE.
Chapter 11: A STAB WOUND TO THE CHEST.
Chapter 12: “I HAVE GONE YELLOW!”.
Chapter 13: A SERIES OF ‘FUNNY TURNS’.
Chapter 14: FOUR WEEKS AT HIGH ALTITUDE.
Chapter 15: TWO CASES OF CHRONIC FATIGUE.
Chapter 16: A FOOTBALLER’S PAINFUL KNEE.
Chapter 17: A MARATHON IN THE TROPICS.
Chapter 18: CRASH TRAUMA AND BLOOD LOSS.
Chapter 19: WEAKNESS, WEIGHT GAIN AND BRUISING
Professor Cecil Kidd- Department of Biomedical Sciences,
University of Aberdeen.
Professor Trefor Morgan- Department of Physiology, University of Melbourne.
· 25 cases cover all organ systems of the body
· Analyses specific presentations, in terms of the
· The reader is given a history and is provided with
relevant clinical data
· Self-assessment questions and further information allows a final diagnosis to be reached
Proceedings of the Australian Physiological Society 2006 37:51