11-year-old boy previously health who presents with testicular pain. He had sudden onset of pain that started 6 hours ago. He rates it 8/10, states it has been constant since then and is non-radiating. He denies dysuria and similar pain in the past. He further denies testicular trauma and recent fevers. He had one episode of emesis while in the waiting room.
Last week, we learned the basics on how to perform an ocular ultrasound and what a normal eye looks like on ultrasound. This week, we cover 5 eye pathologies that are easy to diagnose with use of ultrasound.