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100 cases in Acute Medicine has comprehensive in scope and concise in style is the definitive resource for medical problems in tropical regions. This Acute Medicine edition has vital information guide that ensures essential resource in tropical medicine.

Offer in detail 100 acute conditions commonly seen by medical students and junior doctors in the emergency department, or on the ward, or in the community setting with a succinct summary and clinical photos. These 1oo cases in Acute Medicine will teach students and junior doctors to recognize important clinical symptoms and signs and to develop their diagnostic and management skills.


Following are the some overview about the authors of this book are given below;

Kerry Layne, Core Medical Trainee, Guy’s & St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust, London, UK
Henry Fok
Academic Clinical Fellow, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust
MB BS, BSc (Hons)

Adam Nabeebaccus
Specialist Registrar, Cardiology, King’s College, London, UK



Following are the complete chapters of this book are given below;

  1. Shortness of breath and a cough
  2. Collapse and confusion in a young woman
  3. Diarrhoea with pneumonia
  4. Swollen glands and hearing impairment
  5. Nose bleed (epistaxis) following an operation
  6. Worsening delirium
  7. Deliberate self-harm with painkillers
  8. Lymphadenopathy and malaise
  9. The ill returning traveller
  10. Delirium and urinary symptoms
  1. Headache in pregnancy
  2. Epigastric pain and vomiting
  3. Severe pain in the legs
  4. Chest pain radiating to the back
  5. Shortness of breath (orthopnoea) with a cough
  6. Recurrent abdominal pain
  7. Haemoptysis in a returning traveller
  8. Bloody diarrhoea
  9. Drowsiness and headaches
  10. Progressive lower limb weakness
  11. Seizure and agitation
  12. Substance misuse
  13. Unilateral leg swelling
  14. Vomiting caused by norovirus
  15. Fever and sore throat
  16. Blurred vision
  17. Recurring dizziness with exercise
  18. Palpitations and collapse
  19. Ecchymosis
  20. Petechiae and limb weakness
  21. Generalized weakness and dysarthria
  22. Dysphagia and shallow breathing
  23. Blisters and itchy skin
  24. Shortness of breath following a fall
  25. Swelling of lower limbs
  26. Haemoptysis and shortness of breath
  27. Knee swelling and pain
  28. Bleeding per rectum
  29. Shortness of breath and pedal oedema
  30. Sharp central chest pain
  31. Fever in a returned traveller
  32. Red eyes and sight impairment
  33. Rash and flu-like symptoms
  34. Substance abuse and agitation
  35. Generalized rash and malaise
  36. Pruritic rash and alopecia
  37. Defective vision and eye pain
  38. Abdominal pain with malaise and fever
  39. Painful shoulder and malaise
  40. Facial rash in a patient with SLE
  41. A woman ‘off her legs’
  42. Acute confusion
  43. Memory loss and unsteadiness
  44. Postoperative hypotension
  45. Drowsiness bordering on coma
  46. Anxiety with Graves’ disease
  47. Episodic anxiety and headache.
  48. Shortness of breath in a returning traveller
  49. A fatigued college girl
  50. Haematuria and flank pain
  51. Bradycardia and malaise
  52. Bleeding gums and nose
  53. Palpitations and shortness of breath
  54. Petechial rash and loss of consciousness
  55. Wheeze and productive cough
  56. Wheeze and shortness of breath
  57. Coffee-ground vomiting
  58. Progressive dysphagia and muscle stiffness
  59. Respiratory distress and oedema
  60. Loss of pain sensation
  61. Shortness of breath and in a returning traveller
  62. Confusion following a fall
  63. Apparent adverse drug reaction
  64. Constipation with confusion
  65. Chest pain after exertion
  66. Fevers, weight loss and night sweats
  67. Right-sided chest pain
  68. Shortness of breath in a young non-smoker
  69. Loss of consciousness in diabetes
  70. ‘Indigestion’ with radiating pain

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  1. Suspected opiate overdose
  2. Steady ‘deterioration’ in functioning
  3. Exacerbation of COPD
  4. Epistaxis and haemoptysis
  5. Collapse associated with a headache
  6. Jaundice and pruritis
  7. Abdominal pain, bruising and confusion
  8. Chest pain with fever, malaise and myalgia
  9. Deteriorating renal function
  10. Flu-like symptoms and generalized weakness
  11. Blurred vision with headache
  12. Severe abdominal pain and feverishness
  13. Self-limiting generalized seizures
  14. Abdominal pain, diarrhoea and fever
  15. Target-like rash and fever
  16. Fever, photophobia and neck stiffness
  17. Seizure in heart disease
  18. Back pain and weight loss
  19. Abdominal pain following alcohol excess
  20. Night sweats, polyuria and polydipsia.

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