Differential Diagnosis Across the Life Span: Differential Diagnosis of Common Genitourinary Disorders
This updated session will allow experienced you to approach differential diagnosis of common genitourinary (GU) disorders with greater confidence and discernment. Moving beyond the basics of physical assessment, our dynamic presentation will empower you to develop a more advanced patient care practice.
This dynamic presentation contains expert advice with in-depth analyses of infectious and structural GU disorders. Disorders that occur primarily in pediatric patients, such as testicular torsion and cryptorchidism, are also discussed. The information presented is supplemented by case studies and more than 20 challenging multiple-choice questions to ensure retention of the material. From initial presentations of urinary tract infections (UTIs) to management of pediatric enuresis, this course is sure to augment your differential diagnosis skill sets.
This presentation contains information on the following topics:
- Diagnosis and treatment of UTIs, from mild cystitis to acute pyelonephritis
- Nephrolithiasis, glomerulonephritis, and nephrotic syndrome
- GU differentials for dysmenorrhea
- Hernias, hydrocele, and varicocele