An 84-year-old man presented for evaluation of an increasingly swollen mass on his left groin.
A 61-year-old woman presented for evaluation of right facial drooping and vertigo.
A 33-year-old man presented for evaluation of a 3-day history of progressive and radiating right lower quadrant abdominal pain...
A 23-year-old man, who initially presented to an outside hospital’s ED for evaluation and treatment of a stab wound, presented to our ED two...
Pulsatile flow is noted through the neck of the mass.
A round pulsatile hand mass with heterogeneous echogenicity.
Stroke patients who were treated with thrombectomy at 6-24 hours fared equally well whether CT or MR imaging was used to assess their infarct.
Lung ultrasound using the BLUE protocol provides critical information within minutes of initial evaluation.
Advanced Hemodynamic and Cardiopulmonary Ultrasound for Critically Ill Patients in the Emergency Department
Focused echocardiography, advanced hemodynamic, and cardiopulmonary point-of-care ultrasound studies provide time-sensitive evaluation of...
A clinical rule based on five variables could limit unnecessary abdominal radiation exposure in children with trauma injuries.