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Hi,

I would like someone to review the case study from attachment very careful (please review several times). From the case study above, please compare the diagnosis with I have below and assist me with any new diagnosis with the table in section 2. Please create from most to least important diagnosis. 

PLEASE COMPLETE BY 5 PM TODAY.

1. HOMEWORK INSTRUCTIONS

“Differential Diagnosis Table

a. Complete a differential diagnosis table for this patient (see below)

i. A differential diagnosis list is a list of all the possible diagnoses this patient could have based on the symptoms the patient presents with, the available history and the physical exam. Examine what you know about this patient, and consider the pathophysiology as you make your list of possible diagnoses.

ii. You should be able to generate a list of at least 4-5 possibilities, though there is space for more if you would like. 

iii. Put them in a list of most likely being number 1, to less likely. 

1. Your number one diagnosis is the one you think this patient has, given the history and physical exam. This is the most likely diagnosis given that there are more clinical manifestations and findings in the history and exam that support this diagnosis. 

2. Include any differential that you think is appropriate for this patient, given the information you have, but make sure it is in the order of most likely. 

3. Be specific in your possible diagnosis. Do not use generic diseases or diagnoses. If there are more than one type of a disease, list each separately, as likely the pathophysiology is different. 

THIS IS MY OWN DIAGNOSIS

  

Possible Diagnosis (listed in order   of likelihood)

Signs and Symptoms seen in This patient   that make you consider this as a diagnosis

 

1.Spinal tumors

-Fever, weakness in his feet and ankles, and inability to walk. Unable   to walk secondary to weakness, weight loss, history of smoking for 20   years, obesity (32% of BMI), back pain and wake up at night, throbbing, achy   low back pain, buttock and legs, numbness, tingling and burning sensation in   feet, toes, and fingertips, bladder problem with one time incontinence, positive   with neuro exam.

 

2.Type 2 Diabetes

Numbness, tingling, and burning sensation in feet, toes, and fingertips, fatigue,   high fat and calories intake, sedentary lifestyle.

 

3.Peripheral artery disease

Smoking, over 50, leg numbness or weakness, painful with activities

 

4.Pernicious anemia and iron deficiency anemia

Moderated alcohol and low iron diets (not eating redmeat).

 

5. Stomach flu

N&V and fever

 

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2. PLEASE COMPARE WITH THE DIAGNOSIS ABOVE AND NEW DIAGNOSIS THAT YOU HELP ME TO CREATE IN THE TABLE BELOW WITH CLEAR SIGNS/SYMPTOMS OF THE PATIENT AND RELATED TO THE PATHOPHYSIOLOGY (As many as diagnosis on the table below).

  

Possible Diagnosis (listed in   order of likelihood)

Signs and Symptoms seen in This patient   that make you consider this as a diagnosis

 

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