A 65-year old man is brought to the ED for hallucinations and you see the following on physical exam of his abdomen. What's the diagnosis?Read more
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For the final week of our cardiology module, Dr. Lisa Filippone presented a great case. A 24 y.o. male playing basketball developed palpitations, lightheadedness, dizziness and almost 'passed out'. On arrival to the ED the patient looked well and had no complaints except for palpitations: HR 190, BP 130/70. Lungs were clear, heart without an audible murmur and neuro exam was unremarkable. ECG shown is shown. What is the diagnosis and treatment?Read more
Submitted by Lisa Filippone M.D.