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Identify the lab, radiology, or other tests needed for the main diagnosis based on most recent clinical practice guidelines

A 55 year-old male presented to the clinic complaining of fatigue since two months ago. The fatigue is not relived by rest and is worse with exertion. Also he complains of exertional palpitations, somnolence that has being getting worse. Other complaints are intermittent painless rectal bleeding after bowel movements. Denied diarrhea, constipation, nausea, vomiting. Physical examination normal except pale conjunctiva and tachycardia.

Introduction

Should be a paragraph that provides a brief overview of the case and main diagnosis:

1-Adenocarcinoma of the Colon

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Differential Diagnoses

Differential Diagnosis:

Provide EACH differential diagnosis with the rationale and supporting evidence with the REFERENCE for each one. Also explain why differentials (2&3) were not the primary diagnosis.

1- Adenocarcinoma of the colon

2- Iron deficiency anemia

3- Colon polyps

Diagnostics

1- Identify the lab, radiology, or other tests needed for the 3 given

diagnosis( Adenocarcinoma of the colon is the main diagnostic and possible diagnostic Iron deficiency anemia, and colonic polyps): with supporting evidence citations and references for each one.

Treatment It needs to be cited otherwise it looks like we are just making up diagnostic plans. 

ยท Include the initial treatment plan for the main diagnosis. It should include medication names, dosages, and frequencies. (Please use specific treatment plan supported by recent clinical Guidelines treatment as the Reference)

Education

Patient/family education:

Follow-Up

Appropriate follow up plan. .

References 

Requirement:

APA format

Intext citation

References at least 4 high-level scholarly reference per post within the last 5 years in APA format.

EACH differential diagnostic gets 1 reference Plagiarism free.

Turnitin receipt.

Note: please treatment suggestions/recommendations MUST have in text citations. 

Identifies the lab, radiology, or other tests needed for the main diagnosis based on most recent clinical practice guidelines or peer reviewed