April 2023 Adult Emergency Medicine Chest X-ray interpretation with Angela Pikus, Mark Baumgarten, Alex Blackwell and Rosa Malloy-Post
A 16-year-old male presents to ED following a fall during rugby game. He landed heavily on his left shoulder, experiencing sudden severe pain and a popping sensation at his medial clavicle
A 70-year-old man presents with sudden onset of severe epigastric pain, radiating to his back. As part of his work-up he has a CT aortogram
Golden S sign. Radiological sign which should raise suspicion of bronchial carcinoma. Rss Golden first described a characteristic reverse S-shaped shadow in the right upper lobe in 1925
A 22yo male is brought in by ambulance after a tonic-clonic seizure which self-terminated after approximately five minutes.
A 34-year-old man is brought into ED one hour after a 4m fall from a roof. He had a brief loss of consciousness immediately following the fall, then subsequently regained consciousness.
35-year-old female presents to ED with a large and tender superficial mass in her right lower abdomen. There is ecchymosis overlying the mass.
A 50yo female with a past history of bipolar disorder, on lithium, referred to ED from outpatient clinic due to precipitous Hb drop. Hb in the 60s (from baseline of 100).
A 43 yo male presents with 5 days of cough, right sided chest pain and shortness of breath. He has a background of regular cannabis use (via a bong) and had a right sided pneumothorax four months prior.
An elderly lady from a high-level care nursing home is brought to ED by ambulance with abdominal pain, fevers, vomiting and diarrhoea.
A 50yo male is brought to the ED after an OOHCA (out of hospital cardiac arrest) due to a large dose recreational fentanyl overdose.
A 60yo male presents with one days of epigastric and periumbilical pain and a single episode of vomiting.