Topic:Observed structured clinical examination
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The OSCE is the objective structured clinical examination, the exam where medical students interview an actor playing the role of patient. These usually consist of scenarios typifying cases that students are likely to come across multiple times in their medical training.
Each module corresponds to a common OSCE station.
Acute Confusion - Acute Coronary Syndrome Orders - Anemia - Arterial Blood Gasses - Asthma - Blood Pressure - Chest pain - Chest XRay - CHF - Coma - COPD - Cranial Nerves - Diabetic History - Diabetic Foot - Dysphagia - EKGs - Gallbladder and Liver - Liver Disease - Gait and Balance - Headache - Hematemesis - Hypertension - Jugular Venous Pulses - Knee Exam - Lymph Nodes - Community Acquired Pneumonia - Parkinson Disease - Peripheral Arterial Insufficiency - Pneumonia Examination - Precordial Exam - STD's - Spleen - Swollen Leg Exam - Thyroid Exam - Upper vs Lower Motor Neuron Lesions - Urinary Incontinence
See also 
External Links 
- OSCE Skills, A free e-learning site providing advice on objective structured clinical techniques