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Transcript: Study CLUE Get started Who made the correct diagnosis? It is your job to find the best DR and Diagnosis! Patricia Highsmith, a 21 year old English composition student, presents to the office with a 5 month history of amenorrhea. She is concern because her older sister has a similar problem and she has been unable to conceive despite trying for the past two years. She was fairly regular in her periods until age 17 when she started having scant periods and occasionally missing one altogether. In the past year, symptoms worsened until the previously mentioned moment when she had an episode of spotting for one day. This was her last period. The patient has also noted occasional episodes of excessive urination and thirst . She indicates a weight gain of 20 lbs in the past year. Hall Victim? Miss. Highsmith Physical Exam Physical Exam BP: 140/90 HR: 74 RR: 17 T: 36.8 C Weigh: 162 lbs Height: 5’3” BMI: 28.7 General: Alert, oriented x3 Skin: Facial acne. Hirsutism present HEENT: Extra ocular movements intact, pupils equally reactive to light and accommodation Lungs: Clear to auscultation Heart: Regular, no murmurs Abdomen: Soft and depressible, bowel sounds present No cyanosis or edema present Neuro: No focal deficits Labs Labs Clues Doctors Differential Diagnosis Dr. Andrés Dr. Ruth Dr. Natalia Dr. Jorge Dr. Alma Sertoli-Leydig Cell Tumor Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome Adrenal Tumor Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia Cushing Disease Sertoli-Leydig Cell Tumor Billiard Room Dr. Alma Presentation Characteristic Features Gross Morphology Small, grey to yellow-brown mass Microscopy Well-differentiated tumors show tubules composed of Sertoli cells and Leydig cells interspersed in the stroma with Reinke crystals. Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome Dinning Room Dr. Natalia Pathophysiology Pathophysiology Presentation Clinical Presentation Diagnosis Diagnostic (Dx) methods Adrenal Tumor Kitchen Dr. Andrés Presentation Adrenal Neoplasia ADRENAL NEOPLASIA Pathophysiology Pathophysiology Clinical Features Clinical Features Diagnosis Diagnosis Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia Lounge Dr. Ruth General Information Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia 21- hydroxylase deficiency 21- hydroxylase deficiency 11-hydroxylase deficiency 11-hydroxylase deficiency 17-hydroxylase deficiency 17-hydroxylase deficiency Diagnosis Diagnosis Treatment Treatment Cushing's Disease Library Dr. Jorge Cushing's Disease Cushing's Disease Cushing's Syndrome CUSHING’S SYNDROME EXCESS CORTISOL EFFECTS EXCESS CORTISOL EFFECTS SKIN CHANGES SKIN CHANGES DIAGNOSIS DIAGNOSIS Study What do you think is the diagnosis? answer the poll on the chat Ballroom Polycystic Ovarian syndrome Epidemiology Epidemiology Inconsistency in Epidemiology Inconsistency in Epidemiology Presentation Clinical Features Polycystic Ovary Hyperandrogenism Ovulatory dysfunction oligomenorrhea amenorrhea ovary containing 12 or more follicles each measuring 2 to 9 mm an ovary >10 mL acne androgenic alopecia hirsutism High testosterone High DHEA Diagnosis Tests/Diagnosis Tests Tests/Diagnosis Treatment/Prevention Treatment / Prevention References Conservatory Group Members Alma González Andrés González Claudia Francia Iván Aponte Jorge Lázaro Natalia Cruz Nicole Estarellas Ruth Martell Capozzi, A., Scambia, G., & Lello, S. (2020). Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) and adolescence: How can we manage it? European Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology and Reproductive Biology, 250, 235-240. doi:10.1016/j.ejogrb.2020.04.024 Libè R, Fratticci A, Bertherat J. Adrenocortical cancer: pathophysiology and clinical management. Endocr Relat Cancer. 2007 Mar;14(1):13-28. doi: 10.1677/erc.1.01130. PMID: 17395972. Lonser RR, Nieman L, Oldfield EH. Cushing's disease: pathobiology, diagnosis, and management. J Neurosurg. 2017 Feb;126(2):404-417. doi: 10.3171/2016.1.JNS152119. Epub 2016 Apr 22. PMID: 27104844. MAPPING CONTROL géolocalisation de véhicules particuliers et entreprises. (n.d.). El síndrome de ovario poliquístico (SOP). Retrieved March 17, 2021, from Rasquin Leon, L. I., & Mayrin, J. V. (2020). Polycystic Ovarian Disease. In StatPearls. StatPearls Publishing. Rocha AL, Oliveira FR, Azevedo RC, et al: Recent advances in the understanding and management of polycystic ovary syndrome. F1000Res 26;8, 2019. pii: F1000 Faculty Rev-565. doi: 10.12688/f1000research.15318.1. eCollection 2019. Stankiewicz, M., & Norman, R. (2006). Diagnosis and management of polycystic ovary syndrome: a practical guide. Drugs, 66(7), 903–912. Williams, T., Mortada, R., & Porter, S. (2016, July 15). Diagnosis and treatment of polycystic ovary syndrome. Retrieved March 15, 2021, from,oligomenorrhea%2C%20amenorrhea%2C%20or%20infertility

Donut Clue Game

Transcript: Men Character Profiles Knife P.E.C.N: 0063 Denchers P.E.C.N: 0063 Glass of Milk P.E.C.N: 0063 Women Character Profiles Dining Room Props: Table, Chairs, and Plates with Silverware Lab Props: Lab coat, Goggles, Test Tubes Hall Props: Plant, Carpet First Three Rooms Props Donut Clue Game Smasher P.E.C.N: 0063 Fork P.E.C.N: 0063 Sugar Free Bomb P.E.C.N: 0063 Professor Chocolate Chump Loop Finger Print (Thumb) Lives in Donut Mansion P.E.C.N: 0063 Sir. Glaze Loop Finger Print (Thumb) Lives in Donut Mansion P.E.C.N: 0063 Mr. Original Arch Finger Print (Thumb) Lives In Donut Mansion P.E.C.N: 0063 Third Three Rooms Props Weapons Characters Kitchen Props: Counter with food on it, cutting board, bowl, etc. Library Props: Desk With Books Living Room Props: Couch, T.V., Coffee Table Another Version of Clue In the original clue game the rooms are: Lounge, Hall, Dining Room, Ballroom, Conservatory, Library, Kitchen, Study, and Billiard Room. So there are nine rooms. Since there are nine rooms in the original there will be nine rooms in mine. My rooms will be similar to the original rooms. My rooms will include the following: Kitchen Library Living Room Dining Room Lab Hall Study Ballroom Game Room In the original clue game they have room case files. I will make the case files on word and on my game board I will have 3-D props in them. Characters, Weapons, Rooms, Object Second Three Weapons Case Files Rooms In the original clue game there is Mr. Green, Professor Plum, Colonel Mustard, Miss Scarlet, Mrs. Peacock, and Mrs. White. So there are six characters, three men and three women. Since there are that many characters in the original clue game I am going to have that many characters. Since my theme is donut I will have different types of donuts that are people. I will have the following: Professor Chocolate Chump Sir. Glaze Mr. Original Mrs. Sprinkles Miss Frosting Ms. Cream In the original clue game they have character profiles. There profiles include a picture of them, their finger print, where they live, police evidence case number, and their name. I will be creating their character profiles on card stock using word. I will mold the characters out of clay. Mrs. Sprinkles: Loop Finger Print (Thumb) Lives In the Donut Mansion P.E.C.N: 0063 Miss Frosting Arch Finger Print (Thumb) Lives in Donut Mansion P.E.C.N: 0063 Ms. Cream Loop Finger Print (Thumb) Lives in Donut Mansion P.E.C.N: 0063 Study Props: Desk, Papers, Writing Utensils Ballroom Props: Piano, Chair Game Room: Foose Ball Table Plan to Make the Game First Three Weapons Case Files In the original clue game the weapons are Lead Pipe, Revolver, Rope, Candlestick, Wrench, and Knife. So there are six weapons. In my clue game since there are six in the original I will have six. But my weapons are going to be more unrealistic. Basically things that destroy donuts. My weapons will include the following: Knife Denchers Glass of Milk Smasher Fork Sugar Free Bomb In the original clue game they have weapon files. On the files there is the police evidence case number, picture of the weapon, and the name. I will create the weapons with clay and other various materials and the files on word. Second Three Rooms Props

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