Problems at School

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Problems at School by Mind Map: Problems at School

1. Step1:

1.1. difficult words

1.1.1. bullied

1.1.2. chubby

1.2. identify cues

1.2.1. immature

1.2.2. 13-year-old boy

1.2.3. chubby with short stature

1.2.4. growth retardation

1.2.5. poor work at his school

1.2.6. poor vision, sitting in the front of the class

1.2.7. not keen to play sport

1.2.8. complaining of having increasing headache

2. Step2: problem formulation

2.1. A13-year-old boy presented with short stature,which was the main conceren of the parents. Also, he complains of having visiual problem and headache. He has poor academic achevement.

2.2. he is getting bullied by his peers at the school

3. Step3: hypothesis generation

3.1. problem in the binding reseptor of the growth hormone secreted by the anterior pituitary gland

3.2. the hormone secreted by the pituitary glano are directlly controled by the hypothalamus

3.3. something growing in the brain leading to such manifistation

3.4. he in the age of peupirty

3.5. it could be a genetic problem

3.6. the growth hoemone is regulated by the

3.7. most of the growth hormone secreted during sleeping

3.8. there is a relachenship btween testesteron and the GH

3.9. growth hormone regulate the suger level in the body

3.10. defeciancy in the growth hormone

3.11. the cause might be a chromosomal abnormalities

3.12. crainopharingoma

3.13. the pupirity cut age is not exactilly defined

3.14. tumer in the anterior pituitary gland

3.15. hyopothyrodism might be the reason

3.16. achondroplasia

3.17. the hormone secreted by the piutatury glano are directlly controled by the hypothalamus

4. Step4: hypothesis organisation

4.1. hormonal inbalance

4.1.1. mainly in the growth hormone

4.2. etiology

4.2.1. chromosomal abnormalities

4.2.2. phsycosocial abnormality

4.2.3. metabolic disorder

4.2.3.1. hypothyrodisim

4.2.4. tumors

4.2.4.1. crainopharingoma

5. Step5:learning objectives

5.1. to know the physiology of the pituitary gland focusing in the growth hormone

5.1.1. and how to measure the GH

5.2. to list the difirential diagnosis of having short stature

5.3. to know the main changes in the piupirty in both male and female

6. step6: review

6.1. pituitary gland physiology

6.1.1. anterior part( adenohypophysis) secreted 5 hormones

6.1.1.1. TSH

6.1.1.2. LH/FSH

6.1.1.2.1. induce the development of gonads

6.1.1.2.2. LH

6.1.1.3. ACTH

6.1.1.4. Gh

6.1.2. 600 mg located in the sella tursica

6.1.3. the posterior part(neurohypophysis)

6.1.3.1. oxcitocine

6.1.3.1.1. 2 main functions

6.1.3.2. ADH

6.1.3.2.1. it is released with there is increase of the osmolarity

6.1.3.2.2. and in the case of the blood loss

6.2. GH

6.2.1. regulate some of the metabolic function of the body

6.2.2. it decrease the rate of glucose usage by cells

6.2.3. increase the rate of usage glicogen

6.2.4. so it increase the insulin resistance

6.3. measuring of the GH

6.3.1. by having deficiency in the GH accompanied with 3 other hormones of the anterior pituitary

6.3.2. If it less than 3 we challenge the patient with the insulin like growth hormone

6.4. causes of the short stature

6.4.1. radiation

6.4.2. the short stature

6.4.2.1. defined as having a height below the normal by as least 2 standers deviation

6.4.2.1.1. it could be idiopathic or due to a medical condition

6.4.3. vitamins deficiency

6.4.4. hormones deficiency

6.5. puberty defined when the child reached the age of reproductive

6.5.1. for female

6.5.1.1. when she has her first menstrual cycle (9-11) and end (40-50)

6.5.1.1.1. the breast development is the first sign to be notice in the puberty

6.5.2. male

6.5.2.1. when he has the ability to ejaculate(13-15) and ends ( 50-60)

6.5.2.1.1. the normal physiology of puberty incloding the changes in the sound and present the hair and increase the muscle bulks

6.5.3. .

6.5.4. liptin is an important hormone in the regulating of these steps so a mutation will result in the a type of delay

7. step7: information gathering

7.1. HPL

7.1.1. gain 4 cm in height in the previous two years

7.1.2. noticed to be short at his primary school

7.1.3. the glasses he wears does not show any improvement in his vision

7.1.4. taking panadol tables to decrease his headache

7.1.5. continuance retardation in his cognitive development

7.2. PH

7.2.1. normal delivery

7.2.2. no sugery

7.2.3. normal pregnancy

7.2.4. his birth weight 2.7 KG

7.2.5. his birth height was 60 cm

7.2.6. achieved his developmental millstone in the an appropriate age

7.3. dietry

7.3.1. always being a picky eater

7.3.2. liking fast food

7.3.3. eating vegetable diet most of the time

7.4. parents height and weight

7.4.1. father's height is 175

7.4.2. mother 160 cm

7.5. physical examination

7.5.1. height is 129

7.5.1.1. below the normal

7.5.2. his weight is 40 KG

7.5.3. size of the testes is 3 ML

7.5.4. normal BP and P

7.5.5. Visual examination

7.5.5.1. fundoscope reveal pale left optic disk

7.5.5.2. RT 5/6

7.5.5.3. L is severely impaired

7.6. investigation review the results

8. step8: diagnostic decision and objectives

8.1. pituitary adenoma (tumor destructing the pituitary gland )

8.2. management of the pituitary adenoma

9. step9: reviewing the last session

9.1. essam did that

10. step10 Management

10.1. Non pharmacological

10.1.1. surgery

10.1.1.1. contraindication

10.1.1.2. surgery has two approaches

10.1.1.2.1. from the trans-sphyniod bone

10.1.1.2.2. from the crainotomy

10.1.1.3. it is indicated if the pituitary gland is not functioning normally

10.1.2. radiation

10.1.2.1. usually is not used

10.1.2.1.1. if you are not able to excise the whole tumor you can use it

10.1.2.2. gama knife radiation therapy is very specific

10.1.2.3. however the main drawback is that it take long time to show the benefit

10.2. pharmacological treatment

10.2.1. first of all we should define exactly the patient problem

10.2.1.1. If he has decrease in the secretion of the pituitary galnd

10.2.1.1.1. we should know is it result from micro or macro pituitary

10.2.2. chemotherapy

10.2.2.1. it is not recommended

10.2.3. somatostatine analog

10.2.3.1. however it is not used because it does not show any kind of improvement

10.2.4. side effects

10.2.4.1. nousia, vomiting and dizziness

10.2.5. first of all we should define exactly the patient problem

10.3. general information before to start the treatment

10.3.1. -the effect of the mass on the optic cheisim

10.3.2. the cure rate

10.3.2.1. how much the surgeon excise from the pituitary

10.3.2.2. after the surgery most of the time the hormones do not come back to their normal level

10.3.3. the recurrence is common within

10.3.4. education of the patient is a crucial point in his management, so DO NOT FORGET THAT

10.3.4.1. it also need a multidisciplinary approaches

10.4. complication

10.4.1. diabetes insipidous

10.4.2. affecting the vision

10.5. our patient

10.5.1. we agree to the surgery and monitor his hormones level

10.5.1.1. we might consider the radiation after 1 month if there is a remaining part of the tumor

11. step11: feedback and resources

11.1. 1- harrison

11.2. 2-uptodate

11.3. 3- greenspan's

11.4. 4-divitson

11.5. 5-UCLA for neurosurgeon