250 Short Cases in Clinical Medicine

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A brief overview of 250 Short Cases in Clinical Medicine pdf

  Thus book is a fully revised version of Baliga’s most popular series of clinical short cases illustrating the main clinical diagnostic characteristics as common in the short-term part of the examinations of MBBS and MRCP.

Customer reviews of this version:

This book is the most helpful guide to the final exams in the new MBChB Bachelor’s course!  This encompasses significant fields in clinical medicine and highlights classical situations in question-based style. During the long and short case tests, the questions that have been provided are traditional to examiners.

For any medical undergraduate student, this is a must buy!!!

The book is a must for the new era of the young doctor or student. It allows you to focus on essential physical findings and related clinical pearls associated with different medical conditions… I considered it helpful for me to train and develop my clinical skills. The discussion area is well organized so that majors as well as graduates will benefit from the content.

Key Features of 250 Short Cases in Clinical Medicine

  • Great for hospital ward use.
  • A disease or subject is discussed consistently is presented in each of the 250 cases:  ● excellent features ● History ● Diagnosis ● Forensic questions ● Questions of high standards ● Management.

 What is new in this edition?

  • More than 350 new photos
  • Professional questions
  • A lot of extra diaphragms

Table of Contents

This book has a total of over 250concepts! Unfortunately, we cannot Name every single one, or else we would be here all day! But, here are the first 35 concepts of 250 Short Cases in Clinical Medicine pdf:


History and examination of the cardiovascular system

 Stenosis, Mitral

Mitral Revival

Mitral valve disorder

 Aortic regurgitation

 Mixed mitral disease(aortic valve)


 Atrial fibrillation


 Slow pulse rate

 Gallop rhythm

 Angina pectoris

 Acute myocardial infarction

 Jugular venous pulse

 Congestive cardiac failure

 Infective endocarditis

 Prosthetic heart valves

 Tricuspid regurgitation

 Mitral valve prolapse

 Septal defect ventricular

 Atrial malfunction

 Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy

Patent ductus arteriosus

Stenosis of the lungs


 Coarctation of the aorta

 Eisenmenger syndrome

 Fallot’s tetralogy

 Absent radial pulse

 Constrictive pericarditis

Permanent cardiac pacemaker/implantable cardioverter-defibrillator

 Pericardial MB

 Primary pulmonary hypertension

 Ebstein’s anomaly

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