Diagnostic Training and Rheumatology Trees
These randomly numbered figures (Fig.) and possibly related, laconically arranged clinical situations (CS) – without anticipated results and superfluous findings – taken from our everyday rheumatology practice may, in our opinion, shape, enhance and train clinical and rheumatological expertise and thinking skills. The Fig. and CS represent, in equal measure, the rheumatological modules of medical training, and illustrative material on the subject and, if you wish, a challenge and appropriate homework for students.
KeywordsClinical Situation Rheumatic Fever Lupus Anticoagulant Systemic Rheumatic Disease Aortic Valve Insufficiency
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