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Ms Jane Hudson, aged 55, presents to your clinic with a follow up summaries from a home visiting locum from 2 days ago. She described waking up early in the morning with severe abdominal pain with nausea and vomiting. You noted in the medical summaries that she was afebrile on examination but there were maximal tenderness in the RUQ abdominal region. She was given an injection of pethidine and fell asleep soon afterwards. 

When she woke up in the morning, the pain has subsided.

What is your most likely diagnosis for Ms Jane?

A. Acute pancreatitis
N. Herpes zoster
B. Appendicitis
O. Irritable bowel syndrome
C. Biliary colic
P. Large bowel obstruction
D. Carcinoma of the pancreas
Q. Ovarian cyst
E. Cholecystitis
R. Pelvic inflammatory disease
F. Coeliac disease
S. Peptic Ulcer
G. Constipation
T. Primary dysmenorrhoea
H. Crohn’s disease
U. Renal colic
I. Diverticulitis
V. Ruptured abdominal aortic aneurism
J. Ectopic pregnancy
W. Small bowel obstruction
K. Endometriosis
X. Ulcerative colitis
L. Gastroenteritis
Y. Urinary tract infection
M. Gastro-oesophageal reflux
Z. Viral hepatitis

 

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