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CSA practice case: Migraine

As part of Pulse’s new GP trainee section, we have created a new series of CSA practice cases that trainees can download to prepare for the MRCGP exam 

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This case refers to a 22-year-old student who has had migraines for six years.

He takes sumatriptan but it has recently made his nausea and vomiting worse and he would like new tablets that are more effective but something that does not make him feel tired and drowsy.

The practice case can be downloaded here

This practice case is taken from the book CSA Practice Cases for the MRCGP, by Prashini Naidoo and Sonali Bapat, published by Scion Publishing Limited 2016.

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