OSCE Stations

A comprehensive list of 200 clinical presentations, clinical scenarios or laboratory problems

Seizure (P) (O+G)

Collapse (O+G)

Confusion

Altered mental state (P)

Hemiplegias

Headache (P) (O+G)

Vertigo

Nystagmus

Gait abnormality

Movement disorders

Weakness

Paraplegia

"The spinal patient

Spasticity

Developmental delay (P)

Behavioural abnormality (P)

Red eye

Painful eye

Visual disturbance

Eye swellings

Ptosis

Gaze abnormality (P)

Pupillary abnormality

Ear pain

Epistaxis

Hearing problems (P)

Tinnitus

Speech abnormality

Facial pain

Nasal rhinorrhea

Cough

SOB

Respiratory distress (P)

Hoarseness

Wheeze (P)

Haemoptysis

Sore throat

Stridor (P)

Snoring

Cardiac arrest (P)

Shock

Chest pain

Pleuritic chest pain

Palpitations

Leg swelling

Murmur (P)

Hypertension (O+G)

Claudication

Leg ulcers

Chronic wounds

Fatigue

Pallor (P)

Obesity

LOA

Weight change

Failure to thrive (P)

Hypothermia (P)

Fever (P)

Hyperthermia

Lymphadenopathy

Neck mass

Odynophagia

Breast lump

Skin lump

Dysphagia

LOW

Failure to Thrive (P)

Nausea

Vomiting (P), (O+G)

Fasting/NBM patient (P)

Indigestion (O+G)

Jaundice (O+G)

Abdominal mass (P)

Hepatomegaly

Splenomegaly

Renal mass

Abdominal swelling

Haematemesis and Malaena

Abdominal pain (P) (O+G)

Loin/Flank pain

PR bleed

Constipation (P)

Diarrhoea (P)

Pruritis ani

Anal lump

Faecal incontinence

Urinary incontinence

Prostatism

Urgency

Polyuria

Dysuria

Frequency

Oliguria

Haematuria

Testicular pain

Swollen penis

Amenorrhea

Infertility

PV bleeding

Post menopausal bleeding

Early pregnancy bleeding

Amenorrhea

Pelvic pelvic

Dysmenorrhea

Abnormal sexual development

Pregnant women

Labouring women

Delivering women

Post-menopausal women

Third trimester bleeding

Joint pain

Swollen joint

Back pain

Limping (P)

Pruritis

Skin pigmentation

Rash – generalised, localised

Rash - , Macular, Papular, Vesicular, Pustular, Patch, Plaque, Nodule

Skin infection

Paediatric exanthems (P)

Purpuric / Petechial rash

Hirsuitism

Soft tissue wounds

Burns

Self harm

Anxiety

Baby feeding

Feeding difficulties

Irritable infant

Pre-term infant

Congenital malformations

Dysmorphias

Neonatal screen

Multitrauma (P), (O+G)

CHI

Chest trauma

Abdo trauma

Extremity trauma

Hand trauma

Repetitive trauma

Sports injury

Hand conditions

Bites/Stings

Sexual assault

Low Hb

High Hb

High WCC

Low WCC

High Plt

Low Plt

Low sodium

High sodium

Low potassium

High potassium

Metabolic acidosis

Metabolic alkalosis

Respiratory acidosis

Respiratory alkalosis

High calcium

Low calcium

High glucose

Low glucose

Abnormal LFTs (O+G)

Cholestatic LFTs (O+G)

Hepatic LFTs

Behavioural abnormality (P)

Disorders of mood (O+G)

Disorders of thought (O+G)

Abnormal illness behaviour

Non compliant patient

Self harm

Suicidal ideation

Substance abuse

Grieving patient

Abused patient

NESB/Cross cultural patient

Poor patient

Agitated/Aggressive patient

Pt going to theatre (P) (O+G)

Pt in the operating theatre

Post-op recovery patient

Rehabilitating/Recovering patient

Immuno-compromised patient (chemotherapy, transplant patients, HIV)

Smoking prevention

Osteoporosis

Prostate Ca screen

Breast Ca screen

Cholesterol Evaluation

Cervical Ca screen

Contraception/Fertility control

control

Vaccination

Infection Control

 

(P) – clinical approach significant different for paediatrics

(O+G) – clinical approach significantly for females or during pregnancy