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إسهال مدمى + ألم المراق الأيمن |

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الوصف الكامل Background

A patient presents with severe bloody diarrhea for the last three days and right upper quadrant pain. Stool analysis reveals cysts with 4 nuclei. This patient is most likely infected with which of the following?

A. Acanthoamoeba
B. Cryptosporidium
C. Entamoeba histolytica
D. Giardia lamblia
E. Leishmania donovani


A woman with severe retinitis |

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الوصف الكامل Background
A 30-year-old female stored her contact lenses in tap water. She noticed deterioration of vision and visited an ophthalmologist who diagnosed her with severe retinitis. Culture of the water as well as vitreous fluid would most likely reveal:

a. Naegleria
b. Pneumocystis
c. Acanthamoeba
d. Babesia
e. Entamoeba coli


Pain In The Upper Right Abdomen |

حالة سريرية

الوصف الكامل Background

A 23 year old graduate student complaining of fever and pain in the upper right abdomen was admitted to the hospital for diagnosis and treatment.

الشكوى الرئيسية CC
fever and pain in the upper right abdomen
كتابة حرة وطرح موضوع النقاش!
It is a clinical case which depends on discussion...

so we will take step by step....

Question 1 :

Is this likely an infection problem?

A) Yes
B) No

Question 2:

What organ systems might be involved?

A) Neurological
B)Renal
C) Intestinal
D) Respiratory
E) More than one of the above

Question3:

What types of infectious agents can cause abdominal pain?

A) Bacteria
B) Protozoa
C) Helminths
D) Viruses
E) All of the above


Microbiology Case |

حالة سريرية

الوصف الكامل Background
Lindsey Bushwhacker is a 29-year-old woman in Brownsville;Texas.She has been noted to have a liver abscess that is felt to likely be due to Entamoeba Histolytica.

What is the best way to determine if this is likely etiology?

A/Serology testing
B/Aspirate the liver abscess
C/Stool culture
D/Stool ova and parasite examination
E/String test


Microbiology-5 |

حالة سريرية

الوصف الكامل Background
After a camping trip, a patient visits her doctor complaining of loose stools and abdominal cramps.
The patient describes the stools as having flecks of blood and lots of mucus.
The doctor orders a stool specimen in which she finds motile ameba with ingested RBCs.
She starts the patient on the treatment and considers a CT scan to detect any liver abcesses.
What is the diagnosis ? What is the treatment ?

بعد رحلة تخييم جاءت مريضة إلى طبيبتها تشتكي من براز رخو (loose) و مغص بطني.
وصفت المريضة البراز بأنه يحوي بقع من الدم والكثير من المخاط.
طلبت الطبيبة فحص عينة براز لتجد فيها أميبا متحركة تحوي كريات دموية حمراء.
بدأت مع المريضة بالعلاج وطلبت CT Scan لتحري أي خراج في الكبد.
ما هو العلاج ؟ وماهو التشخيص ؟

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