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Patients love imaging!

November 7, 2018 0 Comments
Patients love imaging!

A girl in her mid-teens presented with acute suprapubic pain that woke her that morning. It was described as a cramping or burning. It was persistent although not as severe at the time of physician assessment. In fact, it had become rather mild. There was no radiation. She had never had it before. Her last […]

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How often do you use POCUS?

September 27, 2015 0 Comments
How often do you use POCUS?

Dr. Gordon shares the findings from just three recent ED shifts. ┬áThere are many negative and indeterminate scans here but it provides a glimpse into how POCUS is included in the thought process for risk stratification and clinical decision making. This patient complained of R flank pain. POCUS revealed a normal kidney, uterus and pelvis. […]

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