A mid forties male presenting with dizziness becomes unresponsive with this ECG
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The following knee x-rays are from a 40 year old man who is complaining of mild knee pain after a trivial fall. He does not have any point tenderness on the knee and is able to fully weight bear on the affected leg. … Continue reading
A 64y.o. man presents post multiple episodes of syncope with this ECG
The following ankle x-rays are from a 60 year old man who has presented with right ankle pain and swelling. He denies any history of trauma. What can you see?
A 23 y.o female presents with epigastric pain and this is her ECG
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This is the facial x-ray of a 25 year old man who has been punched in the face. What interesting radiological sign can you see?
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A 47y.o presents with 3 hours of palpitations and this ECG
The following wrist x-rays are from a 30 year old man who has presented after a FOOSH injury to his wrist. What can you see?
It is Saturday night and you have just seen a 25 year old with punch injury to his right hand. The x-ray of the hand is as follows. What can you see? The x-ray shows significant soft tissue swelling. There … Continue reading
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What’s wrong with this elderly gentleman with dizziness and lethargy? Check out his ECG!
The following chest x-rays are from an 11 year old presenting with fever and a cough. What can you see?
Interesting case in the ECG of the week. Our interpretation doesn’t always correlate with the real pathology.
This supine abdominal x-ray is from a 60 year old patient who has presented to the ED with abdominal pain and vomiting. Anatomically, which part of the bowel is obstructed?
What would you do for this chest pain patient with this ECG?
This supine abdominal x-ray is from a 20 year old male patient who presented with fever, abdominal pain and bloody diarrhoea which he has had for 10 days or so. What radiological sign can you see?
What’s the rhythm in this ECG?
This is the supine abdominal x-ray of a 25 year old who is intoxicated and has been complaining of abdominal pain with vomiting. She has presented to your facility with multiple overdose attempts before. What can you see?
A 40 year old man presents following a large overdose of an antispasmodic agent. Check out his ECG
This is the shoulder x-ray of a 16 year old patient who has sustained injury following a fall onto his left shoulder while playing rugby. Patient is not tender over the head or neck of humerus. What can you see?
This is the shoulder x-ray of a 16 year old patient who has sustained injury following a fall onto his left shoulder while playing rugby. Patient is not tender over the head or neck of humerus. What can you see? … Continue reading
The following erect PA chest x-ray is from a 65 year old female patient with exertional dyspnoea and orthopnoea. There is an obvious cardiomegaly. What is the underlying valvular pathology?
This thumb x-ray is from a 15 year old patient who fell on his outstretched hand and sustained an injury to his left thumb. What can you see ?
This is the chest x-ray from a 40 year old man who has presented to the emergency department with a cough and mild dyspnoea. Anything obvious on the x-ray?
This KUB xray is from a 55 year old diabetic man who presented to the ED at about 3am with unilateral colicky abdominal pain.You suspect he is suffering from ureteric colic. What does the xray show?
A 34 year old woman who is 3 days post-partum has presented with a sudden onset of central chest pain at 3 am. She has no previous medical illness. As part of investigations, a chest x-ray has been done and is as … Continue reading
You have just seen a previously well 5 year old with a history of left sided limping. According to the mum, the patient has had this problem for many weeks and the symptoms seem to be getting worse after a trivial fall sustained 24 hours … Continue reading