Case Study Analysis


The assignment must be in APA format (i.e. font size 12 font, font names that should be used are times new roman or Calabria (not both), normal margins (no more than 1 inch), double spaced). The assignment requires a min. of 600-1000 word count or 3-5 pages or (Excluding title and reference pages). A minimum of two (2) references are required in proper APA format. References can come from a refereed peer-reviewed journal article, course textbook, and/or a credible internet source. 

The gastrointestinal system is divided into two areas of study. Clearly this division is arbitrary and is based more on current medical practice than on scientific principles. Dentists and orthorhinolaryngologists, who also treat the diseases of the salivary glands, treat diseases of the mouth. Gastroenterologists are concerned with the diseases involving the remainder of the gastrointestinal tract, including the liver and the pancreas. The surgical lesions of the esophagus are in the domain of thoracic surgeons, whereas general surgeons operate on the abdominal parts of the gastrointestinal tract.

Case #1: A 20-year-old man visited the dentist because of throbbing pain in his lower jaw.

  • Is this typical of caries?
  • What should be done?
  • What is the most likely diagnosis?

Include the following in your assignment #1: Case Study Analysis:

  1. Title Page:
  • Title “Case of Choice” (i.e. Case study #1)
  • Include full name, panther Id, date, course
  1. Body of paper: Response to the Case study Question.
  • Response to the Case study Question of choice. (i.e. Is this typical of caries?, What should be done?, What is the most likely diagnosis?).
  • Identification of Main Issues/Problems: Identify and demonstrates a sophisticated understanding of the main issues/problems in the case study.
  • Analysis and Evaluation of Issues/Problems: Present an insightful and thorough analysis of all identified issues/problems based on the case.
  • Recommendations on Effective Solutions/Strategies: You may include a diagnosis and opinions with strong arguments and well-documented evidence; present a balanced and critical view; make an interpretation that is both reasonable and objective.
  1. Reference Page: Must include a minimum of TWO references (APA format). Your references can be from refereed journal articles, textbooks, and/or credible Internet sources.
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