When is a COVID case not a COVID case? Lung ultrasound: COVID-19 cases with @thesonocave
Medical Education video on performing and interpreting lung ultrasound in suspected SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) patients
A 22 year old man presents anxious he has noted a swelling in his scrotum. It is bigger when he stands up, and feels like a bag of worms.
A 33 year old woman is hit in the left lower chest with a high speed hockey ball. She has moderate pain and some postural hypotension and tachycardia. FAST demonstrates a splenic laceration and rupture with free fluid, she has a CT and proceeds for embolisation.
A 38 year old woman presents with midcycle LIF pain. It is colicky and you are asked to scan her pelvis. Ultrasound Top 100 Cases
Presentation A 19 year old woman presents with LUQ pain post minor trauma. Your registrar comes to you with this clip concerned they have found a supcapsular splenic haematoma. What do you think? Describe and interpret these scans Dr James RippeyEmergency physician with a passion for ultrasound and educating the masses. | LITFL posts | Ultrasound […]
A previously healthy 22 year old man with a 4 week history. He describes the cough, some mild shortness of breath on exertion, purulent sputum, fevers, night sweats and weight loss.
A 74 year old man presents with increasing fluid overload and hypotension. He has small complexes on his ECG and you are asked to assess for a pericardial effusion. There is lots of fluid, can you describe where it is?
A 70 year old male presents with fever and right upper quadrant pain. Describe the findings on ultrasound
A 27 year old man presents with 10 hours of right testicular pain. He suffered minor trauma to the testis 20 hours prior to presentation and attributed the severe pain and swelling to that