Christmas clinical quiz 2011

Test your clinical knowledge by taking the GPonline.com Christmas quiz 2011!

It's that time of year when we all gather around the Christmas tree with our friends and family and dust off our favourite board games for a bit of friendly festive competition.

In keeping in with this festive fun, the GP team have developed a clinical picture quiz. So why not gather some colleagues together over some mince pies and see which of you comes up top?

All you need to do is click on each image to see the answer.

1. What is the diagnosis?

2. How would you treat this?

3. What could this be?

 

4. What is this scan showing?

 

5. What are the differential diagnoses?

 

6. What are the management options?

7. How would you treat this?


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