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Grease burns to the hand represent a serious and preventable hazard. These injuries account for over 10% of all major burns seen in the emergency department. These burns occur when the cook attempts to move a pan with burning cooking oil and inadvertently spills the oil on the hand holding the...
Two pediatric patients with life-threatening intra-abdominal injuries associated with Superman play are presented. The cases illustrate the importance of knowing the mechanism of injury in the assessment of children with blunt abdominal trauma. The diagnostic value of liver enzymes and the...
An understanding of anatomy is essential to the practice of Emergency Medicine. A significant amount of anatomy knowledge is lost in the transition from student to clinician. This article describes the content and structure of a clinically oriented anatomy review course for senior emergency...
A 67-year-old female presented to the Emergency Department with a several hour history of severe pain in the left upper quadrant, A computed tomographic study (CT scan) of the abdomen demonstrated a splenic infarct. The patient was subsequently found to have a patent foramen ovale, with a small...
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