A 22 year old man presents with abdominal pain and diarrhoea. He has 3 months of intermittent diarrhoea sometimes with blood, accompanied with weight loss and abdominal discomfort.
A thin 17 year old male presents with right iliac fossa pain. He has had a recent viral illness and you wonder whether this is mesenteric adenitis.
A 61 year old woman is reluctantly brought into your Emergency Department by an anxious relative with weight loss and lethargy. She has noticed a mass in her right upper quadrant that has been there for several months.
I was sent a small ultrasound machine to test. I asked my 8 year old son if I could scan his aorta. This is the scan which sent a ripple through our lives.
A 23 year old woman presents with right sided pelvic pain and vaginal spotting. Her last period was 6 or 7 weeks ago and her urinary BHCG is positive. You perform a transvaginal ultrasound.
A 44 year old woman presents with right upper quadrant (RUQ) pain radiating through to her back. She has a fever and is tender on abdominal palpation. She has had several episodes of postprandial RUQ discomfort previously. You wonder if she has gallstones.