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In a patient, once you use pathophysiology and determine whether the patient is sick or not, then it is time to perform a differential diagnosis. For us to choose an appropriate treatment, we must suspect a condition and apply a protocol. So how do we teach this? I’ve developed a series of in-class dynamic learning exercises to help teach differential diagnosis.
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