A 43-year-old woman with a past medical history of alcohol abuse presented with right 4th and 5th digit burns. She reported spilling…
A healthy woman presents to the ED with fever, emesis, epigastric pain, and right upper quadrant tenderness, but the gallbladder ultrasound shows no stones.
Can bedside ultrasound rule out choledocholithiasis? Dr. Jen Larson explores the question in this brief case discussion.
You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means. Would you like to specify whether our patient needs a rectal exam or a pressor? THIS IS SPINAL SHOCK.
An 18 year old male college athlete presents to the ED with a rash. What’s the diagnosis?
An otherwise healthy woman presents to the ER with severe flank pain. This little known ultrasound artifact can sometimes pinpoint the cause.