This is an 27 y/o male who complains of 1 week of progressive DOE, fatigue, dry cough and subjective fevers. No chest pain. Vitals: 74/34 110 99.4 92% RA.  Chest X-ray read per radiology: bilateral pneumonia.


This is an 34 y/o male smoker who presents with 4 hours of sharp right sided chest pain, worse with deep inspiration. Vitals normal.


The patient is a 37 y/o female who presents with complaints of two months of intermittent severe frontal headaches associated with some decreased vision, nausea/vomiting and photophobia.


This is an 18 y/o male who presents with 24 hours of severe intermittent crampy right-sided abdominal pain associated with nausea and vomiting.


The patient is a 29 y/o G5P4 at 12 weeks GA who presents with c/o vaginal spotting and mild abdominal cramping. What is the clinical significance of the findings here?