Question: a 47year old man is diagnosed with a primary glioblastoma...
- A 47-year old man is diagnosed with a primary Glioblastoma Multiforme Stage IV. He is not expected to live but a few months. He is an organ donor. Would you or would you not take his organs? Explain.
- Describe the management of a 36-year old man who has third degree burns over 15% of his body. Comment on his prognosis.
- A 31-year old man is brought to the ER with a deep stab wound to the right thorax at 1 am. He is very dyspneic. Comment on his blood pH. Is it high or low? Explain the pathophysiology of this?
- A 37-year old woman who attained menarche at 9 years presents with menorrhagia of 3 months. She also reports loss of weight, fatigue and lower back pain. She appears very pale. What is the likely pathophysiology in this case?
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