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How does the interactive case work
• A new case is published on the 1st and 15th of every month
• A short description of the case is given including the blood count
• You input answers for the three sections
1. Key main features
2. Suggestions for other investigations
3. Differential diagnosis
• Each case will close on the 8th and 23rd day of every month
• Your responses are compared with all responses provided in a compact report published on the 10th and 25th day of every month
• Your final report will be available in the ‘Interactive case’ menu which includes a short commentary of the case
• The individualised report can be printed in pdf format and used as evidence for continuous professional development
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