- PACES station 1 abdomen
- PACES station 1 respiratory
- PACES station 2 history taking skills
- PACES station 3 cardiovascular
- PACES station 3 neurology
- PACES station 4 communication skill and ethics
- PACES station 5 (new station 5)
- PACES station 5 endocrinology
- PACES station 5 Fundus
- PACES station 5 rheumatology
- PACES station 5 skin
- record of PACES experience
Thursday, 5 June 2008
examine this patient's legs
what is your diagnosis?
what is the mode of inheritance?
wasting of the muscles of the calves and thigh that stops in the lower third of the thigh giving "inverted champagne bottle"appearance.
clawing of the toes
weakness of dorsiflexion
wasting and clawing of the muscles of the hand
lateral popliteal nerve thickening
enlarge greater auricular nerve
gate (high steppage gate due to foot drop)
ask about family history.
Labels: PACES station 3 neurology