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State that you would examine the urine (dip– infection) and suggest urinary tract imaging. Reason Ureteric colic is usually described as ‘excruciating’ pain. Be sensitive to this when taking the history; pain is very distracting. Most general practices have analgesia available, sometimes in IM form. It is correct to refer for urgent assessment, but the examiner will want to assess your knowledge of ongoing management. Microscopic haematuria supports ureteric colic. If there are leucocytes and/or nitrites as well, the urine should be sent for culture and sensitivity.
There has been no blood in your stools, although there has been some slime and mucus, and occasionally they are difficult to flush away. You haven’t noticed any change in the colour of your skin, and your urine has not darkened. You have had no heartburn, and no trouble swallowing. You do not have a rash, and you have had no problems with your joints. Otherwise well. Previous medical history: Hay fever. No surgery. No episodes of pancreatitis. Drugs history: Malaria prophylaxis—you started taking this a week before travelling and haven’t missed any doses, despite being ill.
In particular, giardia can present up to 2 weeks after ingestion of contaminated food and can persist for much longer than other infective causes (as can Entamoeba histolytica infection). Working in a care home with a potentially infective diarrhoea would pose an important risk to the residents. If proven, she will not be able to return to work until stool samples are clear. WARNING • Ensure you ask about weight loss and PR bleeding. The presence of these symptoms should prompt urgent investigations (regardless of age) as they may indicate bowel cancer or active inflammatory bowel disease.