Diagnostic Schemas: A Complete List Of And Links To The Diagnostic Schemas From The Clinical Problem Solvers

In this post I list to and link to all of the great diagnostic schemas from The Clinical Problem Solvers.

As I review each of the diagnostic schema, I’ll be posting the link to that video. And I’ll post the diagnostic schema and a link to the PDF of that schema.

I do this just because it helps me fix in my mind the learning from that schema. Also listing the schemas individually each in its own blog post makes each schema easy to find in my blog post search function.

Any reader of my blog should probably just go directly to Diagnostic Schema on the Clinical Problem Solvers site.

Here is the complete list:

[The link is to the diagnostic schema on the Clinical Problem Solvers website. The * which follows the diagnostic schema, links to the diagnostic schema post on my blog]

Abdominal Pain    *

Acute Pancreatitis

Aldosterone – Inappropriate

Altered mental status    *

Anion gap metabolic acidosis

Antibiotic Failure

Aortitis

Ascites

Bone lesions

Chest pain

Chylothorax

Congestive Heart Failure – HFrEF

CHF – Hyperacute Heart Failure

Diabetes Insipidus

Diplopia

Doxycycline Deficiency State     *

Dysphagia

Dyspnea

Eosinophilia

Extra-Hepatic Biliary Obstruction

Fever and rash

Fever in a returning traveler

Granuloma

Hemolytic anemia

Hypercalcemia

Hypoglycemia

Hypokalemia

Hyponatremia

Hypophosphatemia

Infection in the inpatient

Intrarenal AKI

Iron deficiency anemia

Jaundice

Lactic Acidosis

Lactate Dehydrogenase – LDH

Lung cavity

Lung Nodules

Lymphedema

MAHA – Microangiopathic hemolytic anemia

Orthopnea

Pleural effusion

Pleuritic Chest Pain

Pneumothorax

Polyuria

Pulmonary Function Tests – PFTs

Raynaud’s Syndrome

Rickettsia

Splenomegaly

Supraventricular tachycardia – SVT

Syncope

Tick borne infection

Troponin

Urinalysis interpretation

Weight loss

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