اللهم صلي على محمد

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الاثنين، 5 أبريل، 2010

كتب مخبر Laboratory books

A Manual of Laboratory and Diagnostic
SIZE: 3.2 M.B
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Guide to Lab & Diagnostic Tests
SIZE: 1.5 M.B
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Manual of Laboratory and Diagnostic
SIZE: 1.2 M.B
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lab_values
SIZE: 10 K.B
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Lab Manual 2.0
SIZE: 10 K.B
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Normal Lab Values
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Clincal Case
A 34-year-old man presents to the clinic, 24 hours after he was hit in the abdomen. He has had constant abdominal pain since the altercation. He denies nausea and vomiting. His abdomen is soft, painful to palpation mostly around the umbilicus. Rebound tenderness is also present. Bowel sounds are diminished. Rectal exam is normal. Abdominal x-ray, ultrasonogram (USG), and CT are unremarkable.
His vitals are, BP: 120/70mm of Hg; PR: 90/min; Hct: 40%; serum Amylase: 53 U/L.
Most appropriate management is:
a: Observation
b: Angiography
c: Contrast studies of GI tract
d: Diagnostic peritoneal lavage
e: Laparotomy

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