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65-year-old man with shortness of breath
A 65-year-old man initially presents with shortness of breath. Initial chest x-ray showed cardiomegaly with an incidental nodule, for which follow-up CT was recommended.
Authors: Dr. Neil Horner, MD; Dr. Nishith Patel, MD; Dr. Jay Patel, MD
Publication Date: 08/25/2014
A 65-year-old man initially presents with shortness of breath. Initial chest x-ray showed cardiomegaly with an incidental nodule, for which follow-up CT was recommended.
Authors: Dr. Neil Horner, MD; Dr. Nishith Patel, MD; Dr. Jay Patel, MD
33-year-old man with groin pain
A 33-year-old man presents with a six-month history of continuous pain in the right groin, which increases with physical activity. There is no history of trauma. Previous medical history includes a jumper’s knee and an ankle distortion.
Authors: Dr. Jasenko Krdzalic, MD; Dr. Miraude Adriaensen-van Roij, MD, PhD
Publication Date: 08/18/2014
A 33-year-old man presents with a six-month history of continuous pain in the right groin, which increases with physical activity. There is no history of trauma. Previous medical history includes a jumper’s knee and an ankle distortion.
Authors: Dr. Jasenko Krdzalic, MD; Dr. Miraude Adriaensen-van Roij, MD, PhD
62-year-old woman with incidental CT finding
A 62-year-old woman presents to the emergency department with shortness of breath. A chest CT scan was performed to evaluate for a pulmonary embolism.
Tags: Body, CT, MRI
Author: Dr. Jon Schiavi, MD
Publication Date: 08/11/2014
A 62-year-old woman presents to the emergency department with shortness of breath. A chest CT scan was performed to evaluate for a pulmonary embolism.
Tags: Body, CT, MRI
Author: Dr. Jon Schiavi, MD
67-year-old woman with progressive exophthalmos
An otherwise healthy 67-year-old woman was referred from the ophthalmologic ward because she developed a squint, suffered from double vision, and presented with slowly progressive exophthalmos of her left eye.
Author: Dr. Soraya Robinson, MD
Publication Date: 08/04/2014
An otherwise healthy 67-year-old woman was referred from the ophthalmologic ward because she developed a squint, suffered from double vision, and presented with slowly progressive exophthalmos of her left eye.
Author: Dr. Soraya Robinson, MD