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Tongue biting and seizure

It’s a routine Wednesday morning in the ED. An ambulance carries a 25 year old male patient with loss of consciousness lasted for 2–4 min, giddiness, and dimness of vision. The patient had these symptoms while he was at home, alone. The patient reports that he probably regained from his loss of consciousness after few…

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Where is peritonitis?

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 abdominal pain. The patient is afebrile, tachicardic, BP is 180/100 his lungs are clear, ECG shows no changes suggestive of ischemia. There is diffuse abdominal rigidity. In…

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