Essay: Diseases

In the introduction to the disease, you might want to briefly describe the symptoms right before you discuss the outcomes. No need to go into exquisite detail in this section, though, as you go into a lot more detail on it in the pathophysiology and the “clinical manifestation” sections. Think of it as a preview, of sorts. Also, this section should be 2 paragraphs, starting with “the disease can be easily confused with”.

The pathophysiology, diagnosis and treatment sections are well done.

The first of your 3 clinical case scenario questions just rely on looking at the descriptions of the stages and choosing the correct one. Can you think of a way to revise the question so that it requires some reasoning by the reader?

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