The following knee x-rays are from a 40 year old man who is complaining of mild knee pain after a trivial fall. He does not have any point tenderness on the knee and is able to fully weight bear on the affected leg. What can you see ? Continue reading
A 64y.o. man presents post multiple episodes of syncope with this ECG
The following ankle x-rays are from a 60 year old man who has presented with right ankle pain and swelling. He denies any history of trauma. What can you see? Continue reading
A 23 y.o female presents with epigastric pain and this is her ECG
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This is the facial x-ray of a 25 year old man who has been punched in the face. What interesting radiological sign can you see?Answer
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A 47y.o presents with 3 hours of palpitations and this ECG
The following wrist x-rays are from a 30 year old man who has presented after a FOOSH injury to his wrist. What can you see?Answer
It is Saturday night and you have just seen a 25 year old with punch injury to his right hand. The x-ray of the hand is as follows. What can you see?