great case

A popular term for an obscure lesion or condition that evokes considerable interest, especially from other doctors, overshadowing any human concern for the patient afflicted with the problem

great case

Fascinoma Medtalk A popular term for a person or lesion that is instructive or interesting to the health care managing team which is often aggressive, or difficult to diagnose and may have a poor outcome
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He had found time to open the corner cupboard and bring out a great case bottle of aqua vitae, and now sat with his back towards me at the table.
She led the way into a very handsomely appointed library, with three great cases of books, and upon the fourth side a long yellow table littered over with papers and scientific instruments.
I cannot blame you, for the days of the great cases are past.
It's got a great case - it has always been one of the most efficient plants in Europe.
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That doesn't make a great case for Dustin Johnson at Royal Birkdale this week as on the face of it he has just one runner-up spot in eight attempts.
These provide great case studies for the students and help bring their studies to life.
They'd rather have a great case of wine than a fantastic car on the drive.
He said that the Kashmiri youth were laying down their lives for a great case and putting a huge responsibility on the Kashmiris to honor these sacrifices and take the freedom movement to its logical end.
I'd bet a good lawyer could make a great case out of the fact that President Obama was tapping my phones in October, just prior to Election