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John Mandrola, MD Oct 14
Study of the year? Here… 29 teams of scientists analyzed the SAME dataset asking the SAME research question and came to widely disparate statistical results. Wow. > from et al .
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Eric Abrams, MD Oct 9
This patient presented with a-fib and shortness of breath. This illustrates some of the classic findings of sub-massive or massive pulmonary embolus. Dilated RV, McConnell's, and even clot-in-transit are seen here, color optimized for easier comprehension.
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Monica Romeo Oct 11
Ectopic pregnancy. Always perform the slide test to see the ovary (corpus luteum) as a seperate structure.
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Salim R. Rezaie, MD Oct 13
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Hearth Care Oct 13
Double of Hypercalcemia of Malignancy. Hope it's of use.
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Sam Ghali Oct 11
Here’s an of a young lady who presented with chest pain ECG reading is all about pattern recognition. Remember this pattern. It’s a classic one of LAD Occlusion but the computer doesn’t see it. Cath showed 100% Acute mid-LAD Thrombosis!
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Radiology Signs Oct 6
Q: What sign is well illustrated? ANSWER: 
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Block GuRU Oct 12
If you’re attending in San Francisco come and see our posters on the booth, we will deliver you a free set after , if your not attending and want a set then follow the instructions below to get yours.
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Sam Ghali Oct 13
Turning tube 180° left would not solve this problem. Turning 270° left would work, but is exactly the same as turning 90° right. Turn left when using a bougie and caught on arytenoids! Here’s an amazing video of that. Courtesy:
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artibiotics Oct 11
Asthma is a chronic lung disease that inflames and narrows the airways making it difficult to breathe. Symptoms include wheeze, shortness of breath, & coughing. Exacerbations (‘attacks’) cause airway spasm which can be fatal if untreated.
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Critical Care Oct 10
Comparison between procalcitonin and C-reactive protein to predict blood culture results in ICU patients
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artibiotics Oct 5
I'm Ciléin; a doctor & medical illustrator drawing from a background in video games dev to open up medicine through 'artibiotics'. I've started a where coffee-sized support helps me create new content for all. Check it out here:
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Salim R. Rezaie, MD Oct 7
Where is Your Ischemic Stroke Located? REBEL Review #60 --> Ischemic Stroke Syndromes REBEL Reviews:
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Sono_Henry Oct 6
Classic ileocolic Intussusception! Bulls eye or donut sign, the outer ring is the colon, the inner is the lieum. A bit of the appendix base can be seen within the
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Critical Care 16h
Evidence is stronger than you think: a meta-analysis of vitamin C use in patients with sepsis
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TheResusRoom 17h
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Radiology Signs Oct 12
Q: Whats you first choice diagnosis? ANSWER: 
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Clay Smith Oct 11
Distracting Injury and C-Spine Clearance
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Utah EM Ultrasound Oct 5
Great case of to diagnose sternum fracture! Pt puts probe where it hurts. Diagnosis in moments! US = more sensitive than XR for fractures.
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Radiology Signs Oct 9
Q: Name the sign and the cause. ANSWER: 
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