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case pre·sen·ta·tion

(kās prez-ĕn-tā'shŭn)
Consultation with a patient outlining diagnosis, proposed dental treatment, alternative treatments, risks, costs, and responsibilities.
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This information could be used to select the method of case presentation for diagnostic reasoning instruction.
Deliberate action is carried out with full concentration and is aimed at generating improvement; it entails not only engaging in the skill itself but also doing special exercises such as case presentation, designed to improve performance in the skill.
Eight case presentations were made by each team member, with team members including Dawn Griswald, Sue Coulliette, Karen McAvoy, Tiffany Rogers, Jacqui Brooks, Tracy Boyette, Nilsa Rojas, and Tenesha Thomas.
Some case presentations had no illustrations, which is a prerequisite.
The program features a case presentation system which was developed and refined over a 15-year period by Dr.
Thought questions following the case presentation challenge students to think about how basic science topics apply to real-life clinical situations.
PAT7 MULTICENTRIC GRANULAR CELL TUMOR WITH UNUSUAL MAMMARY, GASTRIC AND PANCREATIC INVOLVEMENT: A CASE PRESENTATION.
Among specific topics are determining patent infringement, lost profits, reasonable royalty, opinions of counsel, contracting around liability, and case presentation.
Chapters open with a case presentation and list of focus questions, and close with the case resolution.
With this case presentation, we emphasize the importance of ruling out neoplasia as causes of psychiatric symptoms.
of Pretoria) starts by describing common signs in a simple chart, which builds toward a guided case presentation suitable for a full range of general practitioners and specialists, including hematologists, rheumatologists, cardiologists, nephrologists, pulmonolgists, gastroenterologists, neurologists and gerontologists.
A series of questions leads the reader logically through a case presentation, work-up, diagnosis and discussion of recent literature.