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General Malaise In An Elderly Male Patient
Author: Dr William Kent
Publisher: Internet Medical Publishing
3 pages
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Type of publication: Article
DOI: 10:3823/500
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Patients with general malaise or feeling non specifically unwell is a common scenario faced by all doctors.This case study reviews the made up case of an elderly male with these symptoms presenting to his primary care practitioner and his subsequent management in hospital.An evidence based clinical question and discussion of the ethical and personal impact of the case is also presented.

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