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?
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A 56-year-old man comes to your office for two “spells” he’s had in the past three days, each lasting approximately 20-30 seconds before resolving spontaneously. The first was blurry vision in both eyes without other vision changes.
She comes to your ED with a wide range of symptoms but results of her physical examination are WNL. Given her presentation, what's in your workup?
What disease, known in antiquity but largely eradicated from the developed world, caused this severe facial scarring?
An elderly man is found in an altered state in his home by the Meals-on-Wheels delivery driver. Does the ECG tracing hold clues to his SOC?
A 26-year-old woman with a long history of type I diabetes mellitus (DM) presents to the emergency department (ED) with 6 days of severe nausea and anorexia.
The 26-year-old patient has a history of type 1 diabetes; no other prior medical or surgical history. Antiemetics have failed. Can you Dx?
Signs and symptoms may raise suspicion for a posterior circulation stroke.
The patient has had 10 episodes of bleeding in the past 24 hours. Can you find clues to the underlying problem in the history and on the CT scan?