#3 Case Studies: Give your diagnosis

Case #1:

A 72 years old male came to the emergency room suffering from bone aches, he also has renal stone, his ESR was above 100, and there was normocytic normochromic anemia and hyperurecemia with increased creatinine level.

What is your provisional diagnosis for this case?


Case #2: 

A 60 years old female came to the emergency room suffering from symptoms of right side pleural effusion, Investigations revealed that:
Pleural fluid to serum protein ratio is 0.37
Lactate dehydrogenase is 105 IU
Pleural fluid to serum LDH is 0.46

What is your provisional diagnosis for this case?


Case #3: 

A 37 years old female had a history of recurrent aphthous and genital ulcers then she came to the emergency room suffering from symptoms of anterior uveitis , retinal vasculitis and GIT inflammations.

What is your provisional diagnosis for this case?


Take your time before opening the answers. Try to give your own opinion.

Answers:

Case #1

Case #2

Case #3

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