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15-year-old boy with hemoptysis
A healthy 15-year-old boy with a two-week history of a persistent, productive cough.
Authors:  VE Versteegh;  WN Welvaart;  EEM Oberink-Gustafsson;  A Lindenholz;  GHA Staaks;  CM Schaefer-Prokop
Publication Date: 05/18/2020
A healthy 15-year-old boy with a two-week history of a persistent, productive cough.
Authors:  VE Versteegh;  WN Welvaart;  EEM Oberink-Gustafsson;  A Lindenholz;  GHA Staaks;  CM Schaefer-Prokop
14-year-old girl with bilateral knee pain
A 14-year-old girl with a previous three-year history of right knee pain and instability, currently asymptomatic and with normal clinical examination.
Authors: Dr. Alok Arya, MD; Dr. Philippa Tyler, MD
Publication Date: 10/05/2015
A 14-year-old girl with a previous three-year history of right knee pain and instability, currently asymptomatic and with normal clinical examination.
Authors: Dr. Alok Arya, MD; Dr. Philippa Tyler, MD
14-year-old boy with left knee pain
A 14-year-old boy with left knee pain following a sports-related injury.
Authors: Dr. Amy Farkas, MD; Dr. Robert Morris, MD
Publication Date: 04/22/2019
A 14-year-old boy with left knee pain following a sports-related injury.
Authors: Dr. Amy Farkas, MD; Dr. Robert Morris, MD
13-year-old girl with forearm swelling
A 13-year-old girl with an asymmetric ulnar-sided swelling at the volar aspect of the distal right forearm.
Authors: Dr. Ian Pressney, MD; Dr. Bhavin Upadhyay, MD; Dr. Sherine Dewlett, MD; Dr. Michael Khoo, MD; Dr. Anastasia Fotiadou, MD, PhD; Dr. Asif Saifuddin, MD
Publication Date: 05/25/2020
A 13-year-old girl with an asymmetric ulnar-sided swelling at the volar aspect of the distal right forearm.
Authors: Dr. Ian Pressney, MD; Dr. Bhavin Upadhyay, MD; Dr. Sherine Dewlett, MD; Dr. Michael Khoo, MD; Dr. Anastasia Fotiadou, MD, PhD; Dr. Asif Saifuddin, MD
13-year-old boy with wrist and hand pain
A 13-year-old boy with pain and stiffness of the wrists and hands.
Authors: Dr. Robert Morris, MD;  Cathy Chen;  Alexander Mullen
Publication Date: 03/11/2019
A 13-year-old boy with pain and stiffness of the wrists and hands.
Authors: Dr. Robert Morris, MD;  Cathy Chen;  Alexander Mullen
12-year-old girl with right clavicle pain, swelling
Publication Date: 03/07/2011
11-month-old girl with dysmorphic findings
An 11-month-old girl with dysmorphic findings.
Authors: Dr. Edis Çolak, MD; Dr. Petek Bayındır, MD; Dr. Hüdaver Alper, MD
Publication Date: 11/16/2015
An 11-month-old girl with dysmorphic findings.
Authors: Dr. Edis Çolak, MD; Dr. Petek Bayındır, MD; Dr. Hüdaver Alper, MD
10-year-old girl with swelling in palm, tingling in fingers
A 10-year-old girl with a palpable swelling in the palm of her hand is sent for an ultrasound examination. During the examination the patient also complained of a tingling sensation in her fingers.
Authors: Dr. Behnam Mohseny, MD; Dr. Frank Looijmans, MD; Dr. Erik Ranschaert, MD
Publication Date: 03/02/2015
A 10-year-old girl with a palpable swelling in the palm of her hand is sent for an ultrasound examination. During the examination the patient also complained of a tingling sensation in her fingers.
Authors: Dr. Behnam Mohseny, MD; Dr. Frank Looijmans, MD; Dr. Erik Ranschaert, MD
66-year-old woman with elbow mass, pain
A 66-year-old woman presents with an elbow mass and pain that has progressed for six months. The pain worsens with activity and radiates proximally.
Authors: Ms. Nora Haney, BS;  Stuart Kinsella, BA; Dr. José Morey, MD
Publication Date: 08/12/2013
A 66-year-old woman presents with an elbow mass and pain that has progressed for six months. The pain worsens with activity and radiates proximally.
Authors: Ms. Nora Haney, BS;  Stuart Kinsella, BA; Dr. José Morey, MD