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7. Case History Taking and Differential Diagnosis..
Case History taking forms the first major component in the process of
arriving at a diagnosis. Taking a concise and focused case history
requires good listening, interpersonal and analytical skills. In most
cases the clinician would have developed their differential diagnosis on
case history alone. Subsequent clinical examination and further
diagnostic procedures must be based on the identification of emerging
themes that will eventually give rise to the most probable
diagnosis(es). The process of focused case history inquiry and the
development of differential diagnosis is demonstrated in a unique and
innovative approach by analyzing the progress of real clinical
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