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                         |         TRAUMA TEAM         |
                         |       Diagnosis Guide       |
                         |         By Halcyone         |
                         |         Version 1.0         |
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                  []             TABLE OF CONTENTS            []
                  [] Guide Notes.........................{GN} []
                  [] General Tips........................{GT} []
                  [] Diagnosis 1: Overcast................{1} []
                  [] Diagnosis 2: Signs of Anguish........{2} []
                  [] Diagnosis 3: Blazing Darkness........{3} []
                  []           |_Phase 2................{3-2} []
                  [] Diagnosis 4: Moving Heart............{4} []
                  []           |_Phase 2................{4-2} []
                  []           |_Phase 3................{4-3} []
                  [] Diagnosis 5: The Simplest Truth......{5} []
                  []           |_Phase 2................{5-2} []
                  []           |_Phase 3................{5-3} []
                  [] Diagnosis 6: Going Away..............{6} []
                  [] Patient Zero 3: Proud One..........{PZ3} []
                  []              |_Phase 2...........{PZ3-2} []
                  []              |_Phase 3...........{PZ3-2} []
                  [] Contact............................{CON} []
                  [] Updates.............................{UP} []

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|{GN} Guide Notes|
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|- Before each part where you must match symptoms to a diagnosis candidate, a  |
| "Symptom Round Up" will list all the symptoms you should have at that point. |
|- Under each heading that lists what you should be doing or looking at,       |
| actions will be posted in a "thing-to-examine:symptom/result" format.        |
|- You don't have to do everything in the exact order I do them. As a result,  |
| symptoms may be out of order in the Symptom Round Ups.                       |
|- When referring to right or left, assume it is the patient's right or left,  |
| unless looking at scans.                                                     |
|- The first Diagnosis "mission" is actually Diagnosis 2, because Diagnosis 1  |
| is an event. Keep this in mind when looking for the correct mission.         |
|- Use the characterss in {} in the Table of Contents to skip to a mission     |
| using CTRL+F.                                                                |
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|{GT} General Tips|
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|- Listen to what Gabe and RONI say. That will tell you what you're supposed   |
| to do next, and whether or not you're done with what you're currently doing. |
|- When looking at scans and such, remember that you're looking for not only   |
| changes in shape, but also coloration.                                       |
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{1} (Diagnosis 1: Overcast is an event)

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|{2} Diagnosis 2: Signs of Anguish|
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| Patient | Nicole Summers                                                     |
| Age     | 14                                                                 |
| Gender  | Female                                                             |
| Summary | Student from a private school. Admitted for breathing problems     |
|         | that occurred  during choir school practice.                       |
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QUESTION
- 4th statement: Dyspnea
- 6th statement: need for auscultation
- 11th statement: Decrease in Weight

STETHOSCOPE
- Either lung: Tachynpea
- Heart: Tachycardia

VISUAL EXAM
- Hands: Trembling Fingertips
- Neck: Swollen Neck

CT SCANS
- 2nd scan; right light colored triangle at top: Swollen Thyroid Gland

 ====SYMPTOM ROUND UP====
|| Swollen Thyroid Gland ||
|| Swollen Neck          ||
|| Trembling Fingertips  ||
|| Tachycardia           ||
|| Tachypnea             ||
|| Decrease in Weight    ||
|| Dyspnea               ||
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DIAGNOSIS
- Match all symptoms to Painless Thyroiditis, Graves' Disease, and Plummer's 
Disease

SCINTIGRAPHY
- Either two blue ovals: Abnormal Thyroid Uptake

DIAGNOSTIC
- FT3: High FT3 Level
- FT4: High FT4 Level
- TSH: Low TSH Level

 =====SYMPTOM ROUND UP=====
|| Low TSH Level           || 
|| High FT4 Level          || 
|| High FT3 Level          || 
|| Abnormal Thyroid Uptake || 
|| Swollen Thyroid Gland   ||
|| Swollen Neck            ||
|| Trembling Fingertips    ||
|| Tachycardia             ||
|| Tachypnea               ||
|| Decrease in Weight      ||
|| Dyspnea                 ||
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DIAGNOSIS
- Match remaining symptoms to Plummer's Disease



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|{3} Diagnosis 3: Blazing Darkness|
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|Patient | Jacob Tillman                                                       |
|Age     | 55                                                                  |
|Gender  | Male	                                                               |
|Summary | Assistant Secretary of the HHS. Patient had collapsed at home and   |
|        | was brought to Resurgam, unaware of any symptoms.                   |
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QUESTION
- 3rd statement: Gets Tired Easily
- 11th statement: Lack of Appetite
- 12th statement: Bloated Abdomen
- 14th statement: Nausea

DIAGNOSTIC
- Platelet Count: Low Platelet Count
- Total Bilirubin: High Total Bilirubin Level
- AST: High AST Level
- ALT: High ALT Level
- Cholesterol: Low Total Cholesterol

VISUAL EXAM:
- Right Leg: Shaking Legs
- Stomache: patient angered
- Eyes: Jaundice

 =======SYMPTOM ROUND UP========
|| Jaundice                    ||
|| Shaking Legs                ||
|| Low Total Cholesterol Level ||
|| High ALT Level              ||
|| High AST Level              ||
|| High Total Bilirubin Level  ||
|| Low Platelet Count          ||
|| Nausea                      ||
|| Bloated Abdomen             ||
|| Lack of Appetite            ||
|| Gets Tired Easily           ||
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DIAGNOSIS
- Match all symptoms to Congestive Liver Failure: move back to exam room to get
CT scans

CT SCANS
- 2nd scan; dark blue shadow on left side: Ascites Accumulation
- 3rd scan: liver is larger in bottom right corner: Swollen Liver

 =======SYMPTOM ROUND UP========
|| Swollen Liver               ||
|| Ascites Accumulation        ||
|| Jaundice                    ||
|| Shaking Legs                ||
|| Low Total Cholesterol Level ||
|| High ALT Level              ||
|| High AST Level              ||
|| High Total Bilirubin Level  ||
|| Low Platelet Count          ||
|| Nausea                      ||
|| Bloated Abdomen             ||
|| Lack of Appetite            ||
|| Gets Tired Easily           ||
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DIAGNOSIS
- Match remaining symptoms to Congestive Liver Failure

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|{3-2} Diagnosis 3: Blazing Darkness - Phase 2|
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| Patient | Jacob Tillman                                                      |
| Age     | 55                                                                 |
| Gender  | Male                                                               |
| Summary | Patient suffers from congestive liver failure. Possible link to    |
|         | primary affliction. Continuing diagnosis.                          |
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QUESTION
- 3rd statement: Dyspnea
- 6th statement: Chest Pain

STETHOSCOPE
- Either lung: Discontinuous Sounds
- Heart: S3 and S4

DIAGNOSTIC
- Blood Pressure: Low Blood Pressure
- BNP: High BNP Level

EKG
- Top row, downward spike: Abnormal Q Waves
- Bottom row, occasional valley after up and down spikes: Negative T Waves

X-RAY
- Enormously swollen heart in lower abdomen: Enlarged Heart

Return to exam room

 ====SYMPTOM ROUND UP====
|| Enlarged Heart       ||
|| Negative T Waves     ||
|| Abnormal Q Waves     ||
|| High BNP Level       ||
|| Low Blood Pressure   ||
|| S3 and S4            ||
|| Discontinuous Sounds ||
|| Chest Pain           ||
|| Dyspnea              ||
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DIAGNOSIS
- Match all symptoms to Dilated Cardiomyopathy

Return to exam room

ULTRA SOUND
- 3rd scan; black hole in center: Enlarged Left Ventricle

 =====SYMPTOM ROUND UP======
|| Enlarged Left Ventricle ||
|| Enlarged Heart          ||
|| Negative T Waves        ||
|| Abnormal Q Waves        ||
|| High BNP Level          ||
|| Low Blood Pressure      ||
|| S3 and S4               ||
|| Discontinuous Sounds    ||
|| Chest Pain              ||
|| Dyspnea                 ||
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DIAGNOSIS
- Match remaining symptom to Dilated Cardiomyopathy



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|{4} Diagnosis 4: Moving Heart|
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| Patient | Shelly Brooks                                                      |
| Age     | 28	                                                               |
| Gender  | Female                                                             |
| Summary | Patient is a stock broker previously treated for chronic renal     |
|         | failure. She was  admitted for an unusually long cold.             |
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QUESTION
- 4th statement: Fever
- 5th statement: Weight Loss
- 6th statement: Night Sweats
- 12th statement: need for auscultation

VISUAL EXAM
- Four red dots: Pigment Spots

SCINTIGRAPHY
- Dark spot below left lung on left image: Abnormal Uptake Into Pigment Spots

 ===========SYMPTOM ROUND UP===========
|| Abnormal Uptake Into Pigment spots ||
|| Pigment Spots                      ||
|| Night Sweats	                      ||
|| Weight Loss	                      ||
|| Fever                              ||
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DIAGNOSIS
- Match all symptoms to Kaposi's Sarcoma

QUESTION
- 13th statement, exit questions after: Positive Antibody Reaction

 ===========SYMPTOM ROUND UP===========
|| Positive Antibody Reaction         ||
|| Abnormal Uptake Into Pigment spots ||
|| Pigment Spots                      ||
|| Night Sweats	                      ||
|| Weight Loss	                      ||
|| Fever                              ||
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DIAGNOSIS
- Match remaining symptom to Kaposi's Sarcoma

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|{4-2} Diagnosis 4: Moving Heart - Phase 2|
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| Patient | Shelly Brooks                                                      |
| Age     | 28                                                                 |
| Gender  | Female                                                             |
| Summary | Patient was diagnosed with Kaposi's Sarcoma, but the onset occured |
|         | very quickly. Readmitted for abdominal pain.                       |
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QUESTION
- 1st statement: Stomachache
- 2nd statement: Nausea
- 6th statement: Bloated Abdomen
- 11th statement: Constipation

STETHOSCOPE
- Stomache: Aggravated Bowel Sounds

X-RAY
- Sideways "["-shaped shadow on upper right: Air-Fluid Level Formation

CT SCANS
- 4th scan; small circle in top right: Tumor Shadows on Small Intestine

 ==========SYMPTOM ROUND UP==========
|| Tumor Shadows on Small Intestine ||
|| Air-Fluid Level Formation        ||
|| Aggravated Bowel Sounds          ||
|| Constipation                     ||
|| Bloated Abdomen                  ||
|| Nausea                           ||
|| Stomachache                      ||
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DIAGNOSIS
- Match all symptoms to Occlusive Ileus

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|{4-3} Diagnosis 4: Moving Heart - Phase 3|
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| Patient | Shelly Brooks                                                      |
| Age     | 28                                                                 |
| Gender  | Female                                                             |
| Summary | Tumors identified as an ileus. Metastasis of the tumors is         |
|         | expected. Continuing diagnosis.                                    |
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QUESTION
- 1st statement: Chest Pains
- 2nd statement: Coughing

Use the stethoscope and EKG

QUESTION
- 1st statement: Bloody Sputum
- 4th statement: Dyspnea

STETHOSCOPE
- Left lung: Attenuation of Respiratory Sounds

X-RAY
- Shadow in lower left corner: Pleural Effusion

 ===========SYMPTOM ROUND UP==========
|| Pleural Effusion                  ||
|| Attenuation of Respiratory Sounds ||
|| Dyspnea                           ||
|| Bloody Sputum                     ||
|| Coughing                          ||
|| Chest Pain                        ||
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DIAGNOSIS
- Match all symptoms to Carcinomatous Pleuritis

X-RAY
- 2nd scan; strange shadowing on right near ribs

CT SCAN
- 4th scan; small white shadow in upper right corner: Tumor Shadows on Lung

 ===========SYMPTOM ROUND UP==========
|| Tumor Shadows on Lung             ||
|| Pleural Effusion                  ||
|| Attenuation of Respiratory Sounds ||
|| Dyspnea                           ||
|| Bloody Sputum                     ||
|| Coughing                          ||
|| Chest Pain                        ||
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DIAGNOSIS
- Match remaining symptom to Carcinomatous Pleuritis



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|{5} Diagnosis 5: The Simplest Truth|
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| Patient | Joshua Cunningham                                                  |
| Age     | 10                                                                 |
| Gender  | Male                                                               |
| Summary | Patient underwent endoscopic surgery. Currently being diagnosed    |
|         | for addiional health problems.                                     |
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Do QUESITON, STEHTOSCOPE, EKG, and VISUAL EXAM

STETHOSCOPE
- Either lung: Tachypnea
- Heart: Tachycardia

VISUAL EXAM
- Abdomen: gets him to use his hands
- Blood on shirt: Hematemesis

X-RAY
- 2nd scan; small white shadow near center: Caved-In Gastric Wall

QUESTION
- 2nd statement: Stomachache
- 3rd statement: Lack of Appetite

 ====SYMPTOM ROUND UP=====
|| Lack of Appetite      ||
|| Stomachache           ||
|| Caved-In Gastric Wall ||
|| Hematemesis           ||
|| Tachycardia           ||
|| Tachypnea             ||
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DIAGNOSIS
- Match all symptoms to Gastric Ulcer

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|{5-2} Diagnosis 5: The Simplest Truth - Phase 2|
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| Patient | Joshua Cunningham                                                  |
| Age     | 10                                                                 |
| Gender  | Male                                                               |
| Summary | Sudden relapse of gastric ulcers has been confirmed. Continuing    |
|         | diagnosis to determine the cause of the relapse.                   |
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DIAGNOSTIC
- Serum Amylase: High Serum Amylase Level
- Serum Lipase: High Serum Lipase Level
- Elastase: High Elastase Level

X-RAY
- Shadows in top right: Abnormal Bowel Gas in Intestine

CT SCAN
- 3rd scan; enlarged white shadow in top center: Swollen Pancreas

QUESTION
- 2nd statement: Back Pain
- 4th statement: Nausea

VISUAL EXAM
- Red marks around navel: Blood Spots Near Navel
- Red marks on left side: Blood Spots on Left Abdomen

 =========SYMPTOM ROUND UP==========
|| Blood Spots on Left Abdomen     ||
|| Blood spots Near Navel          ||
|| Nausea                          ||
|| Back Pain                       ||
|| Swollen Pancreas                ||
|| Abnormal Bowel Gas in Intestine ||
|| High Elastase Level             ||
|| High Serum Lipase Level         ||
|| High Serum Amylase Level        ||
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DIAGNOSIS
- Match all symptoms to Acute Pancreatitis

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|{5-3} Diagnosis 5: The Simplest Truth - Phase 3|
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| Patient | Joshua Cunningham                                                  |
| Age     | 10                                                                 |
| Gender  | Male                                                               |
| Summary | Confirmed onset of pancreatitis, unrelated to the gastric ulcers.  |
|         | Diagnosis will continue.                                           |
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QUESTION
- 4th statement: Polydipsia and Polyuria

DIAGNOSTIC
- Serum Calcium: High Blood Calcium Level
- Ser. Phosphorus: Low Serum Phosphorus Level
- Serum PRL: High Serum PRL Level
- Serum Gastrin: High Serum Gastrin Level
- Intact-PTH: High Intact-PTH Level

 ======SYMPTOM ROUND UP========
|| High Intact-PTH Level      ||
|| High Serum Gastrin Level   ||
|| High Serum PRL Level       ||
|| Low Serum Phosphorus Level ||
|| High Blood Calcium Level   ||
|| Polydipsia and Polyuria    ||
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DIAGNOSIS
- Match all symtpoms except "High Serum Gastrin Level" and "High Serum PRL 
Level" to Hyperparathyroidism

X-RAY
- Bone on pointer finger after first knuckle slightly faded: Subperiosteal 
Bone Resorption

SCINTIGRAPHY
- Blue dot at base of neck: Parathyroid Adenoma

 ========SYMPTOM ROUND UP=========
|| Parathyroid Adenoma           ||
|| Subperiosteal Bone Resorption ||
|| High Intact-PTH Level         ||
|| High Serum Gastrin Level      ||
|| High Serum PRL Level          ||
|| Low Serum Phosphorus Level    ||
|| High Blood Calcium Level      ||
|| Polydipsia and Polyuria       ||
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DIAGNOSIS
- Match "Parathyroid Adenoma" and "Subperiosteal Bone Resorption" to 
Hyperparathyroidism

QUESTION
- 3rd statement: Visual Field Loss
- 4th statement: Headache

MRI
- 5th scan; enlarged white shadow near center: Tumor Shadow on Pituitary Gland

 =========SYMPTOM ROUND UP==========
|| Tumor Shadow on Pituitary Gland ||
|| Headache                        ||
|| Visual Field Loss               ||
|| Parathyroid Adenoma             ||
|| Subperiosteal Bone Resorption   ||
|| High Intact-PTH Level           ||
|| High Serum Gastrin Level        ||
|| High Serum PRL Level            ||
|| Low Serum Phosphorus Level      ||
|| High Blood Calcium Level        ||
|| Polydipsia and Polyuria         ||
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DIAGNOSIS
- Match "High Serum PRL Level," "Visual Field Loss," "Headache," and "Tumor 
Shadow on Pituitary Gland" to Pituitary Adenoma
- Match all symptoms to Wermer's Syndrome

CT SCAN
- 4th scan; small blue shadow on pancreas: Tumor Shadows on Pancreas

 =========SYMPTOM ROUND UP==========
|| Tumor Shadows on Pancreas       ||
|| Tumor Shadow on Pituitary Gland ||
|| Headache                        ||
|| Visual Field Loss               ||
|| Parathyroid Adenoma             ||
|| Subperiosteal Bone Resorption   ||
|| High Intact-PTH Level           ||
|| High Serum Gastrin Level        ||
|| High Serum PRL Level            ||
|| Low Serum Phosphorus Level      ||
|| High Blood Calcium Level        ||
|| Polydipsia and Polyuria         ||
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DIAGNOSIS
- Match remaining symptom to Wermer's Syndrome



{6} (Diagnosis 6: Going Away is an event)



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|{PZ3} Patient Zero 3: Proud One|
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| Patient | Samuel Trumbull                                                    |
| Age     | 27                                                                 |
| Gender  | Male                                                               |
| Summary | Researcher at USAMRIID who becam ill while investigating a         |
|         | skeleton found in Backcove. Currently in quarantine.               |
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VISUAL EXAM
- Left eye: Blepharoptosis
- Left arm: Swollen Arm
- Fingers: Swollen Fingertips

QUESTION
- 2nd statement: Chest Pains
- 3rd statement: Bloody Sputum
- 4th statement: Numb Left Arm

X-RAY
- White shadow in top right on collar bone: Tumor Shadow on the Lung

 ======SYMPTOM ROUND UP======
|| Tumor Shadow on the Lung ||
|| Numb Left Arm            ||
|| Bloody Sputum            ||
|| Chest Pains              ||
|| Swollen Fingertips       ||
|| Swollen Arm              ||
|| Blepharoptosis           ||
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DIAGNOSIS
- Match all symptoms to Pancoast Tumor

X-RAY
- Strange Shadowing on right side (exit afterwards): Positive for Malignant 
Tumor Cells

 ===========SYMPTOM ROUND UP===========
|| Positive for Malignant Tumor Cells ||
|| Tumor Shadow on the Lung           ||
|| Numb Left Arm                      ||
|| Bloody Sputum                      ||
|| Chest Pains                        ||
|| Swollen Fingertips                 ||
|| Swollen Arm                        ||
|| Blepharoptosis                     ||
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DIAGNOSIS
- Match remaining symptom to Pancoast Tumor

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|{PZ3-2} Patient Zero 3: Proud One - Phase 2|
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| Patient | Samuel Trumbull                                                    |
| Age     | 27                                                                 |
| Gender  | Male                                                               |
| Summary | Patient diagnosed with Pancoast Tumor. Continuing diagnosis to     |
|         | monitor status and investigate unknown lung shadow.                |
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QUESTION
- 2nd statement: Stomachache

VISUAL EXAM
- Eyes: Jaundice

DIAGNOSTIC
- Total Bilirubin: High Total Bilirubin Level
- AST: High AST Level
- ALT: High ALT Level
- y-GTP: High y-GTP Level
- LAP: High LAP Level
- PIVKA-II: High PIVKA-II Level
- AFP: High AFP Level

 =======SYMPTOM ROUND UP=======
|| High AFP Level             ||
|| High PIVKA-II Level        ||
|| High LAP Level             ||
|| High y-GTP Level           ||
|| High ALT Level             ||
|| High AST Level             ||
|| High Total Bilirubin Level ||
|| Jaundice                   ||
|| Stomachache                ||
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DIAGNOSIS
- Match all symptoms to Malignant Liver Tumor

CT SCAN
- 3nd scan; Large blue shadow (liver): Swollen Liver
- 4th scan; faing blue shadow on left side

SCINTIGRAPHY
- Darkest blue shadows: Abnormal Accumulation in Liver

 ========SYMPTOM ROUND UP==========
|| Abnormal Accumulation in Liver ||
|| Swollen Liver                  ||
|| High AFP Level                 ||
|| High PIVKA-II Level            ||
|| High LAP Level                 ||
|| High y-GTP Level               ||
|| High ALT Level                 ||
|| High AST Level                 ||
|| High Total Bilirubin Level     ||
|| Jaundice                       ||
|| Stomachache                    ||
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DIAGNOSIS
- Match remaining symptoms to Malignant Liver Tumor

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|{PZ3-3} Patient Zero 3: Proud One - Phase 3|
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| Patient | Samuel Trumbull                                                    |
| Age     | 27                                                                 |
| Gender  | Male                                                               |
| Summary | Continuing diagnosis to investigate the abnormal shadowing         |
|         |discovered in liver along with shadowing in lungs.                  |
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QUESTION
- 6th statement: Muscle Pains
- 9th statement: Headache
- 12th statement: Anemia
- 14th statement: Fever

VISUAL EXAM
- Bloodshot Eyes
- Brown splotches on chest: Pigment Spots on Skin

 ====SYMPTOM ROUND UP=====
|| Pigment Spots on Skin ||
|| Bloodshot Eyes        ||
|| Fever                 ||
|| Anemia                ||
|| Headache              ||
|| Muscle Pains          ||
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DIAGNOSIS
- Match "Fever," "Headache," and "Pigment Spots on Skin" to Typhoid
- Match "Bloodshot Eyes," "Headache," and "Fever" to Acute Hemorrhagic 
Conjunctivitis
- Match "Fever," "Headache," and "Muscle Pains" to Acute Severe Respiratory 
Syndrome
- Match "Fever," "Bloodshot Eyes," "Headache," "Muscle Pains," and "Anemia" 
to Malaria
- Match "Fever" to Bacillary Dysentery

VISUAL EXAM
- Mouth: Hematemesis
- Red splotches on chest: Skin Hemorrhaging

DIAGNOSTIC
- Blood Pressure: Low Blood Pressure
- White Cell Count: Low White Blood Cell Count
- Fibrinogen: Low Fibrinogen Level
- APTT: High APTT Level
- Platelet Count: Low Platelet Count

 ======SYMPTOM ROUND UP========
|| Low Platelet Count         ||
|| High APTT Level            ||
|| Low Fibrinogen Level       ||
|| Low White Blood Cell Count ||
|| Low Blood Pressure         ||
|| Skin Hemorrhaging          ||
|| Hematemesis                ||
|| Pigment Spots on Skin      ||
|| Bloodshot Eyes             ||
|| Fever                      ||
|| Anemia                     ||
|| Headache                   ||
|| Muscle Pains               ||
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DIAGNOSIS
- Match all symptoms to Viral Hemorrhagic Fever

QUESTION
- 4th statement
- 9th statement (exit after): Positive Antibody Reaction

 ======SYMPTOM ROUND UP========
|| Positive Antibody Reaction ||
|| Low Platelet Count         ||
|| High APTT Level            ||
|| Low Fibrinogen Level       ||
|| Low White Blood Cell Count ||
|| Low Blood Pressure         ||
|| Skin Hemorrhaging          ||
|| Hematemesis                ||
|| Pigment Spots on Skin      ||
|| Bloodshot Eyes             ||
|| Fever                      ||
|| Anemia                     ||
|| Headache                   ||
|| Muscle Pains               ||
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DIAGNOSIS
- Match remaining symptom to Viral Hemorrhagic Fever



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|{CON} CONTACT |
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| For questions, comments, and corrections, you can reach me at                |
| halcyone@gmail.com                                                           |
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| 5/26/10 - v1.0: Guide complete.                                              |
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