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III. Practice!

Exercise: Take a look at these pictures, and practise describing them systematically – organ, orientation, main pathology (diffuse or localised), describe specific features.

Click on the DESCRIPTION boxes or move the mouse over them to see how they may be described.

View the VIDEO descriptions as well .

Case 1: KIDNEY

Click HERE to view video or via YouTube

Case 2: Skin Lesion (External View and Cut Section)

Case 3: Lung

Click HERE to view video or via YouTube

Note:  Please do take a minute or two to fill in your comments below, e.g. Is this useful? Would you like more? Though not required, feel free to include your contact details as well, if so inclined!

 

Created by: Dr Nga Min En, Department of Pathology, NUS Medicine 

Acknowledgements: 

Mr Muhamad Aidil Bin Johari, for technical advice

Mr Arif Uzair (Class of 2016) for his valued inputs

  1. NUS Student Dentistry on 16th September 2018 at 2:33 pm

    This is really useful, especially the video explanations! Thank you!

    • patngame@nus.edu.sg on 20th September 2018 at 8:55 pm

      Hi I am glad you find it so! There are many topic overviews in Pathology Demystified too, which I hope you will find useful as well, to lessen your pain!
      Happy learning.
      Dr Nga

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