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Short Medical Case Study "4"




A 31 years old female came to the emergency room suffering from recurrent haemoptysis and proptosis, on investigations ESR was 110mm/hour, lung contained nodules in the X ray.


He was misdiagnosed early as rheumatoid arthritis.




What is your provisional diagnosis for this case?



Diagnosis: Wegener vasculitis


18 comments:

Anonymous said...

small cell lung carcinoma

Anonymous said...

pancoast tumore causing horner's syndrome ....get with it people

Anonymous said...

horner

Anonymous said...

wegner

Dr Dju said...

Pancoast syndrome with atrophy of the brachial plexus causing - AS ANONYMOUS SAID- Horner's syndrome :(

Dr Dju said...

Or maybe TBC ?!

ake Thailand said...

Wegener Granulomatosis

Anonymous said...

sarcoidosis???

Anonymous said...

pancoast tumor

Anonymous said...

pancoast tumor

Anonymous said...

Wegener Granulomatosis

Anonymous said...

pancoast hac─▒

Anonymous said...

wegeners granulomatosis.
C-ANCA

Anonymous said...

I would say Wegeners granulomatosis, but pancoast and tbc cold be too

Anonymous said...

TB?? -> nodul lung..

Anonymous said...

TBC

Anonymous said...

TBC

Anonymous said...

i think its wegner granulomatosis