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Prostate – CTF 2014

1 Appropriately identify patients requiring prostate cancer screening. Canadian Task force 2014: (Endorsed by CCFP) <55yo or >70yo, no screening for prostate ca with PSA (strong recommendation, low-quality) 55-69 yo – no screening for prostate ca with PSA (weak recommendation,

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Pregnancy Part 1 – SOGC 2014/ TN2014

Definitions: First Trimester = 0-12 wks          Second = 12-28 wks       Third = 28-40wks Term = 37-42 Active Labour: regular contractions result in cervical change / descent of the fetus (presenting part) Gravity = #

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Abdominal Pain – UpToDate

1 Given a patient with abdominal pain, paying particular attention to its location and chronicity: a) Distinguish between acute and chronic pain: Arbitrary distinction, 6-12 wk for chronic pain b) Generate a complete differential diagnosis (ddx). Periumbilical – gastro, obstipation,

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