An unconscious 35 y/o male presents from the scene of a motor vehicle versus pedestrian accident. The patient is intubated and hypotensive but there is no source of external bleeding. FAST is negative. Blood products are given with no response. CT imaging shows no evidence of bleeding. What should you consider?
Submitted by Anil Reddy, MD
A 59 yo M presents to the ED complaining of chest pain following an MVC where he was a restrained driver. He reports that he crashed into a cement wall and his chest hit the steering wheel upon impact. On exam, there is noted exquisite tenderness to palpation with a deformity over the sternum.Read more
Submitted by Angela Ugorets, MD