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Aya Itani, MD, MPH Jun 7
Have you seen a larger gallbladder? Obsessed with bedside and fascinated by how much you can see/diagnose/treat with 1 simple scan.
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Jonny Wilkinson Jun 10
Check out our moviegraphic on central line placement & checking using ! Ditch the unreliable CXR?! Download it here
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NephroPOCUS Jun 9
Look at that 🍩😱
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MPOCUS HJT 2h
Always quite satisfying getting these kind of images on !
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Giuseppe Sfuncia Jun 8
Ultrasound-guided regional anesthesia simulation: use of meat glue in inexpensive and realistic nerve block models AMAZING!!!
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Manrique Umana McDermott Jun 14
Interesting image of the week: thoughts?
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Aureo Campos Jun 12
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CRUS-SURC 44m
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Nicolas Lim Jun 6
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NephroPOCUS Jun 6
Note the ~1.5 cm hypoechoic well-circumscibed lesion outside the left kidney (not anchored to the kidney). It is accessory spleen, confirmed on MRI. An Accessory spleen is a small nodule of splenic tissue found apart from the main body of the spleen.
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NephroPOCUS Jun 8
Fun time with bladder jets 🔥
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Jon Robinson Jun 9
Congratulations Chris, I know you have been striving for this for some time. A great step forward for injection education!
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Pitt Internal Medicine Point of Care Ultrasound 5h
Replying to @PittIMPOCUS
Initial thought: likely volume overload an aspiration pneumonitis on the R. No signs of infxn. Formal TTE confirmed findings of TR + severe pulmonary HTN, thought to be chronic. Initially she was diuresed with some mild improvement in O2 requirements. 19/
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Pitt Internal Medicine Point of Care Ultrasound 5h
Replying to @PittIMPOCUS
Thanks all! Time to sum up the case. interpretation: Cardiac: Preserved LVEF, apical 4 with right sided pressure overload, TR Pulm: b/l B-lines, large R-sided pleural effusion with air-bronchograms, left side with small consolidation/ atelectasis and no effusion 18/
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Jonathan Cheung 6h
This is a / case of shock + venous congestion 1/
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Emergency Medicine Ultrasound Groups 23h
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Alexandru Carâp 11h
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Dr Mag Go 14h
Nice team work performing lung on a kid hypnotized thanks to
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Lebret Yannick Jun 7
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Jonathan Cheung 6h
Replying to @ThinkingCC
lastly, a big thank you to from whose excellent blog I learnt about these applications hope you all enjoy this case ~fin~ 20/20
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