Thank you for participating in the session today.
In RRR we discussed:
- Oedematous 4 year old
- Ambiguous genitalia – new-born
- Central cyanosis – new-born
AG gave a Power Point presentation discussing the Clinical stations in the exam from 2023. The exams are expected to move to Face to Face with children. This is a major move from Online exams during the Covid pandemic. We then had question answers on specific aspects of the clinical stations.
The Learning points are:
- Develop a differential diagnosis of 3 early
- Structured format of your examination technique
- Explain what you will be doing – avoid Pain – stop.
- Opportunistic examination with infants and young children
- General examination is essential at ALL stations
- Ht & Wt Centiles – not actual cm & kg
- Consider asking for Parent’s help
- Consider Chaperone with older children
- ‘What will I see if the ‘dress’ was not removed’ –
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