Presentation A 23 year old man presents with presumed Achilles rupture. It’s an odd age to rupture one’s Achilles tendon and he hasn’t been on fluoroquinolones so you take a look. He described a few weeks of heel pain – Achilles tendon enthesopathy type pain. A skateboard then entered the picture (as is so often […]
A 27 year old man presents with pain localised to the RIF. Clinically there is mild psoas irritation and tenderness to deep palpation without frank peritonism.
43 year old male develops minor scrotal discomfort and an ultrasound is requested. A mysterious case of the Dancing Megasperm and the filarial dance.
A 70 year old man was admitted to hospital with a “viral illness”. A peripheral IV cannula was inserted into his right cubital fossa
A previously well 56 year old presents after a flight. She has had some fleeting chest discomfort and some mild shortness of breath.
Presentation A previously well 49 year old man presents with chest pain. He is tachycardic, tachypneoic and hypoxic with blood pressure 110/65. He is 2 weeks post ankle surgery. Describe and interpret these scans
A 48 year old woman presents with RUQ pain of 3 days duration. She has had several similar briefer episodes but on this occasion it has not settled and she has developed jaundice.
A 47 year old man falls 4m onto a wall, hitting his left chest wall. He is complaining of chest pain and you wonder whether there is a pneumothorax. Describe and interpret these scans