Thomas Tuckerman Case Study Write-Up:
Monday is the only day of the week that is an anagram for one word. A study in 2011 found that the average person moans for 34 minutes on Mondays, as compared to 22 minutes on other days. Monday is the day of the week people tend to weigh the most.
Please write a 1-3 page (typed) summary. Include the following information:
Overview - What was Thomas' problem or disease? Give a brief description of the problem.
Symptoms - What symptoms did Thomas experience, and what are some other possible symptoms that others with this disease experience?
Treatments - How did we treat Thomas, and what are some other possible treatments?
Causes - What caused Thomas' disease. Are there any other possible causes for this disease?
Tests and Diagnosis - What tests do doctors perform on patients like Thomas to diagnose his problem? What tests did they do on Thomas? Briefly explain what each test entails and what results are a possibility.
Prognosis - Prognosis is the forecast of the probable outcome or course of a disease. What can Thomas and patients like him expect after their diagnoses? Will they live? If so, for how long? How long does it take for them to recover? Will they ever recover?
Prevention - How can a problem like Thomas' be prevented?
Complications - Were there any complications with Thomas' problem? What other “out of the ordinary” symptoms can be a result of Thomas' problem?
PicturesData analysis example. - Include at least 2 pictures that illustrate Thomas’ disease along with captions describing the pictures. (Please cite your picture sources.)
You will need to do some extra online research. Please make sure to CITE at least one source besides your case study in APA format. Include the citations at the end of your write-up! Be careful not to plagiarize!! Here is a great citation website!
We are proud to name as this week’s Rick and Len Show Weenie of the Week…a 21-year-old Appleton man who last Monday night police say was pulled over by a deputy on Interstate 41 South at Fond du Lac County F in the town of Byron after he was spotted changing lanes unsafely. The man reportedly gave a deputy a fake name. When the deputy couldn’t find the name in the system, the driver gave a second false name. When that name also failed to turn up in the system. The man reportedly gave the deputy still a third fake name before…speeding off, leading law enforcement on a 29-mile chase that reached speeds of 107 miles per hour before eventually be arrested by Appleton police. At this point, none of the man’s names, real or fake, have been released.
For driving at high speeds around Fond du Lac disregarding the risks of hydroplaning on the urine puddles.
For being such a stooge when he gave the officer three different fake names that I at least hope they were Moe, Larry and Curly.
And for allegedly committing a crime that could land him in a place where giving a fake name like Heywood J. Blowme to a cellmate could lead to him being given more than he can swallow.
We are proud the name the pseudonymous speeder of Fond du Lac County, the man with many names who has ironically not been identified by any of them as this week’s Rick and Len Show…WEENIE OF THE WEEK!
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Note: Not the strongest bunch of candidates this week.