A 33-year-old man from Africa after being diagnosed with keratitis was previously having nodules on the back of his thigh along with enlargement of his legs and generalized lower limb lymphadenopathy. On examination, the nodule is firm, nontender, and mobile and most probably develop after a bite. Skin scrapping contains microfilaria. Most likely diagnosis is:
A 32-year-old male presents with a months history of weight loss, tiredness, and nausea. Lab features are suggestive of Hypoglycemia, hyponatremia, and hyperkalemia. Most likely Endocrinological Abnormality is
Treatment and Management of Hypercalcemia include:
Diuretic with furosemide
All of Above
A 55-Year-old Occupational Worker with Laryngeal cancer has Pathological and Radiological Presence of multiple Calcified Pleural Plaques with Pulmonary Fibrosis. CT Scan also detects the presence of right-sided Bronchogenic Cancer with gross pleural Thicknenings. Most likely the combination is seen in:
A 5-year-old child had increased Blood Urea and Serum Creatinine Levels. USG revealed Multiple Cysts In Kidney. The Child was diagnosed with Autosomal Recessive Polycystic kidney. The true statement is:
The responsible gene has been located on chromosome 6.
The responsible gene has been located on chromosome 5.
The responsible gene has been located on chromosome 4.
The responsible gene has been located on chromosome 3.