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SET T0034 - Emergency Department Mixed

CASE 1

HISTORY

10 year old female. Cough for one month. Not resolving. Mother is being treated for TB.

QUESTION

What are your findings on this CXR?

What do you conclude?

ANSWER

CASE 2

HISTORY

Male aged 21.

Injury to the left shoulder whilst break dancing.

QUESTION

1). What do these two radiographs reveal?

2). Incidentally, you will be familiar with the AP view but  . . .  have you seen this particular 2nd view of an injured shoulder before?

ANSWER

CASE 3

HISTORY

Elderly female patient. Found collapsed on the floor. Able to walk, but with difficulty. Left Hip pain.

QUESTION

Is the hip normal on this AP radiograph?

ANSWER

CASE 4

HISTORY

Attends the Emergency Department following an assault. Punch injury to the right side of the midface. 

QUESTION

Is this a normal or abnormal occipito-mental (OM) radiograph?  Do you detect a midface fracture?

ANSWER