To help medical students and clinicians test their knowledge and improve their diagnostic skills, several interactive case studies have been added to the Littmann website.
These case studies are online simulations of real-life situations faced by doctors in clinical practice. The correct diagnosis is not revealed until the end of the case study. Featured patients have consented to their medical history being shared for educational purposes (although names have been changed to protect their identity.)
We hope you find these case studies educational, informative and an enjoyable tool for improving your diagnostic skills.
Keep visiting the Littmann website for new case studies, which will be added throughout the year!
Ann-Margret Swoon: A stethoscope saves life start case
Belinda Crop: A stethoscope to differentiate diarrhoea start case
Charles P. Neuman: No sound is bad sound? start case