Clinical Scenario A 80 YO man with a history of hypertension presents to the ED complaining of abdominal pain. He felt well until 8 hours ago, when he developed diffuse…
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Clinical Scenario   A young guy comes to the ED after a car crash. While he was driving, the car in front of him stopped abruptly so they crashed. Fortunately…
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Clinical Scenario A 24 y/o guy presents in ED with the left hand upraised. “I fell off my bike yesterday – he says – I remember a serious impact with…
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Clinical Scenario A 35 yo smokerman presents at morning to the ED. He refers epigastric pain since seven days. The pain worses after eating, he refers nausea without vomit and…
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Clinical Scenario A 66 yo man complains of left lower quadrant (LLQ) abdominal pain from 4/5 hours. The pain is described as crampy initially, than continuous, there is not vomit.…
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Clinical Scenarios It is a busy day in your ED: A 60 y/o female refers a retrosternal pain radiates to right arm that lasts more than 20 minutes. A 50…
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Clinical Scenario   A 33 y/o woman, comes to the ED because of a sudden emithorax pain localized on the left in basal region. The pain is described as stabbing,…
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A 21 y/o man presents to the ED with pain in right low quadrant (RLQ) , anorexia, nausea and vomiting. His abdomen is soft, with a mild tenderness in RLQ,…
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