Hi Ginger,

According to  the instructions about Disease Marking Skill I should  mark the test results that support a disease diagnosis.

May you clarify  what means?

Look at this part of the document: "The Double A phenotype: Portending Allgrove's syndrome and averting adrenal crisis"   of ALACRIMA quest 20:

.....  Examination revealed stunted weight (SDS of -4.4)and height (SDS of -4.76), and barium swallow showed presence of achalasia. On direct questioning, her mother mentioned presence of decreased tears on crying since birth, and Schirmer's test confirmed the presence of dry eyes.    Baseline ACTH was slightly elevated with normal basal and post-ACTH stimulation serum cortisol. Based on these findings, impending Allgrove's syndrome was diagnosed  ....


Should I mark   stunted weight (SDS of -4.4) and height (SDS of -4.76) and, above all, Baseline ACTH was slightly elevated with normal basal and post-ACTH stimulation serum cortisol.

If yes,  I've done another million of errors (I plead guilty) :-)  not having read with attention the instructions (BTW: there are instructions in too many different places. Could be more comfortable to have them just in one place possibly with a lot of examples)


Grazie

Mario