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  1. Surgical pathology: Gangrene – 98/M with DM with gangrenous toe ?difference between wet/dry gangrene
  2. Knee pain – no recent trauma – plate screw in knee. DDx-?organism causing knee pain ?Ix, ?name 2 crystal arthropathies commonly affecting knee
  3. Critical Care: Perforated Viscus with AF
    ~Unwell patient – septic. CXR, free air under diaphragm
    —DDx ?
    —How would you read an ECG
    —Treatment of AF
  4. Anatomy – shoulder
    —Erb’s Palsy – ?nerve root C5/C6
    —Which dermatome is affected in Erb’s Palsy
    —Supraspinatus origin & insertion
    —Muscles that rotate the scapula
    —Skin affected by axillary nerve damage
    —Attachments to coracoid process
    —Nerve supply to biceps
    —Other muscles supplied by musculocutaneous nerve
  5. Communication Skill – ITU registrar discussion
    ~74/ F, off legs, no Hx, prev smoker & on salbutamol Urgent review, abdominal pain, peritonitis, cons- laparotomy Bed post op (SBAR)
    —Asthmatic patient inbound- ?what to do
  6. History – 45/F with epigastric pain, smoker, drinker, lanzoprazole (not taking) ?pancreatitis, perforated ulcer, cholecystitis.
    —How would you manage this patient? Pancreatitis -?
    —Scoring systems.
    —Management of this patient.
    —Why would you do CT scan.
  7. Anatomy– Cervical spine:
    —Identify axis & parts. Dens/odontoid apical ligament & alar ligament.
    —Odontoid PEG view XR. Where is Hyoid bone. ?what level.
    —Cricoid. Cervical prominence,
    —Name of supraspinous lig.
    —What 2 things would be visible on C-spine x-ray
  8. History
    ~Pre-assessment for planned cholecystectomy-Breathless, Wheezing, 10 year hx of SOB;
    —D/D: COPD/ Pneumonia/ anxiety.
    —Management. ?bedside test; Anxiety management
  9. ATLS on a manikin – unconcious trauma patient. Airway management.
  10. Examination– Abdomen: Murphy’s positive. Ddx
  11. Examination– Chest: 6/7 post left hemicolectomy; ?PE
  12. Examination– Submandibular gland
  13. Examination– Knee joint: D/D, Management (medial meniscus)
  14. OT list order
  15. Communication skill– self discharge patient of splenic haematoma
  16. Critical Care– Burns management – Parklands & ARDS, Wallace rule of nine, Rule of palm, Lund + Browder chart
  17. Thyroid – how thyroid hormones controlled – draw it out; Causes of hypothyroidism; pre-op optimisation; emergency surgery
  18. Anatomy
    ~Picture of cadaver at L1 level.
    —Name 5 organs you can see.
    —Surface anatomy of gallbladder. (Costal cartilage in mid axillary line.)
    —Origin of splenic artery.
    —Organs that touch the spleen.
    —Falciform ligament,
    —What peritoneal ligament (coronary & triangular)