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Don’t Miss the Occult Fracture

A normal X-ray does not necessarily exclude a fracture. It is simply a test used, with our pre-test...

Pronator Quadratus Sign

The pronator Quadratus sign is a sign seen on the lateral X-ray of the wrist/forearm and can assist...

Retinal Detachment

An elderly patient presents with worsening vision in one eye over the last 2 days. There is no...

Sudden Hearing Loss

A 64 year old male is sent into the Emergency Department by an audiologist with a sudden, greater...

Risk Stratification of Sudden Headache

This week we try something different. I interview the lead author of a recent paper on a proposed...

Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension

A 28 year old woman presents to the emergency department with one week of headaches. The headache is...

Laryngeal Mask and Neonatal Resuscitation

Birth asphyxia is a leading cause of neonatal death. Positive pressure ventilation is the key to resuscitation. This...

Thyrotoxicosis Quiz

A 50 year old female presented to the emergency department with anxiety, palpitations and feeling generally unwell.  She...

5 Things you Must do when Patients Present with Syncope

Patients who present to the emergency department following a syncopal episode can be a diagnostic challenge to us....