ECG Challenge: Palpitations and Diarrhea in a Young Woman
Physical exam, including vitals, is normal although patient is tremulous. Blood sent for labs, so look for clues in the ECG.
Ocular Trauma Secondary to Racquetball
Patient complains of pain and severe vision loss; initial impression, hyphema. Proceed with standard treatment, or not?
ECG Challenge: Weak and Faint
Fifty-year-old female w/ HTN, DM seen in ED for palpitations, near-syncope. Weak rapid pulse (210 bpm), BP 75/35 mmHg. What's your ECG read?
Supraventricular Tachycardia with Aberrancy
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A Case of Bilateral Miosis: Your Diagnosis?
Myosis is accompanied by acute onset dizziness, double vision, and asthenia. What's in your differential diagnosis?
Tachycardia, SOB in a 37-year-old Man with HIV/AIDS
What does the office-based ECG tell you about the patient's complaint of recently worsening asthenia and dyspnea?
An Elderly Man with Altered Mental Status, Abnormal ECG
Hallucinations and rambling speech came on suddenly and are getting worse. Review history and ECG. What's your diagnosis?
Weakness, DOE, and WBC > 100K: What's Your Diagnosis?
A 75-yo man presents with worsening asthenia and exertional dyspnea x2 weeks. Based on labs and CXR, what is your next step?
What type of injury is seen on this x-ray of a young boy's elbow? Outward signs of trauma are negligible.
Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome in a Female Toddler
A rare condition, HUS is a form of microangiopathic hemolytic anemia, the #1 cause of renal failure in children.