Your resident presents a case to you: this patient is a 24 year old female with a positive pregnancy test at home and right pelvic pain, mild vaginal bleeding. Your resident shows you the following image. What is the diagnosis?
This week we have two remarkably similar scans. One is a rupturing aortic aneurysm , the other is a 33 week baby’s head. Can you tell which is which?
The patient is a 24 year old G1P0 at 12 weeks GA who presents to your department with sudden onset severe left flank pain. No history of fertility treatment, no vaginal bleeding. The patient is pale and has severe diffuse abdominal tenderness. BP 82/34 P 135 R 20 T 98.6F.
A 24 y/o female presents with c/o vaginal spotting and severe abdominal pain. LMP 2 months ago. BP 82/40. You lie the patient supine and are unable to visualize the uterus, but obtain this clip instead. What’s your next step?
40 y/o female with 4 children complains of amenorrhea for 3 months. States that she thinks this is early menopause, if she is pregnant she will be “very upset.” Based on this scan, will she be 1x, 2x or 3x “very upset?”