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To what diagnosis do the clinical findings and images in each of these cases point?
Lower Quadrant Pain and Emesis in a Young Boy
The 9-year-old was admitted after 1 day of symptoms; he had no fever, diarrhea, constipation, dysuria, or rash. More details, here. What's your diagnosis?
Appendicolith in a Young Boy: A Case of Déjà Vu
Some 30% of cases of acute appendicitis in children are associated with appendicolith.
Worsening Respiratory Symptoms in an Adult Male
The patient presents six weeks after a prolonged hospitalization for pancreatitis. More details and the office spirometry tracing, here.
Bilateral Painless Swelling of the Neck in a 40-year-old Man
On palpation, the swelling was non-tender, soft, and mobile but did not feel fluid-filled. Here, view ultrasound findings and propose your diagnosis.
Erythroderma in a 60-year-old Man: What Cause?
The patient's medical history was notable for hypertension, diabetes mellitus, and seizure disorder. Here, find images and lab results; then select a diagnosis.
Mycosis Fungoides as Cause of Erythroderma
The patient was treated with a combination of topical steroids, oral retinoids, and psoralen with ultraviolet A (PUVA) therapy with significant improvement in his symptoms over time.
Wrist Injury: What's Your Impression?
Test your radiographic skills with this emergency medicine case. Can you spot the injury? Is there more here than initially meets the eye?