Mystery of the Week is designed to help students, residents, and physicians in practice build upon their
knowledge of differential diagnosis and clinical skills and to apply this knowledge
at the bedside. Each week a new case is presented along with the answer to last weeks
This site differs from others in that the mystery cases are presented in a realistic form - one that practicing physicians and medical students actually encounter on a day-to-day basis. Hence, there are no multiple choice questions; rather, the participant must use the history and/or physical findings provided with each case to conclude a diagnosis.
LAST WEEK'S MYSTERY CASE
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