This 15 minute video discusses and demonstrates the use of ultrasound in pneumothorax detection.
This 21 minute lecture describes how to ultrasound the thorax, including the chest wall, pleural surfaces, lung and costophrenic angles.
Emergency Department ultrasound of acute angle-closure glaucoma.
Painful red eye, hazy cornea, fixed mid-dilated pupil and raised IOP.
Narrow angle, shallow anterior chamber, anteriorly displaced lens and disc cupping.
Pain at McBurney’s point and Rovsing’s sign.
An inflamed distended appendix with appendicolith.
How to scan and what to look for.
Some very memorable and educational images.
Pelvic pain in women of reproductive age is not always simple.
These clips give insight into potential ultrasound pitfalls in this group.
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