Photo of the Week Archive
A 21-year-old primagravida presented to the emergency department with an acute onset of left lower abdominal pain and vaginal bleeding. Transvaginal ultrasound revealed a left adnexal mass consistent with a twin ectopic pregnancy.
38 y/o M, Hx IVDU, presents for 2 days of swelling, redness, and pain to the R hand and wrist. Cannot fully flex or extend wrist and fingers. POCUS of the dorsum of the hand reveals septic extensor tenosynovitis. Image and description courtesy of Dr Liz Calhoun.
An elderly vent-dependent patient presented to the emergency department with dyspnea, and was found to have a R sided pneumothorax on initial chest x-ray. A chest tube was placed with the following complication.
Adult male currently incarcerated, referred to the Emergency Department for lower back pain with risk factor of IV drug abuse. Patient was sent for MRI when we received a call from the radiology technician that 'something doesn't look right' on the scout film.
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