A 13 yo male presents with vomiting and is minimally responsive.
A man presents to your ED complaining of an itchy rash on his foot. He recently came back from a vacation in Jamaica where he spent a lot of time walking on the beach. No systemic symptoms. No allergies. Not toxic appearing. No other medical problems. What's the diagnosis? It may make your skin crawl....Read more
Submitted by Catherine Ginty, MD
A 2 year old boy is brought to the Emergency Department after a drowning event. Bystanders noted the child was underwater for 1 minute but was quickly pulled from the bottom of the pool, he coughed and vomited. On arrival, he is aware and alert and behaving appropriately per parents.Read more
Submitted by John Cafaro MD
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A 63 yo F w/ a history of colon cancer, prior PE (on lovenox) presents to the ED for a "mass" on her back x 3 days. The area has increased in size and become more painful. She denies trauma. She is well appearing and hemodynamically stable.Read more