Category: Ultrasound of the Week
Below are listed the ‘Ultrasound of the Week’ cases. They are proposed to raise awareness around the uses of POCUS in the Emergency Department setting as well as interesting cases. All patient information has been anonymised. The educational resources included are a brief overview of the relevant topics and are not intended to be a stand-alone educational resource. For more details on any topics please visit the attached references.
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Peer reviewed by Dr Behnaz Mahmoodian, MD, FRCEM, PGCert US, Lead for Emergency Ultrasound, Royal London Hospital.
All patient information has been anonymised with case details, dates and ages changed. Images provided here comply with The Royal College of Radiologists “Guidance on the use of patient images obtained as part of standard care for teaching, training and research” (available at https://www.rcr.ac.uk/system/files/publication/field_publication_files/bfcr177_use_of_pateint_images.pdf)
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Case: A 39 year old male with no PMH presented with 3 days of shortness of breath. That morning he had been unable to get…