Ultrasound Cases in Emergency Medicine Training Video is designed to review ultrasound characteristics and diagnostic criteria associated with pathology seen in the emergency setting. A variety of case studies are reviewed including abdominal, cardiac, lung, pediatric abdomen/GI tract, soft-tissue, ocular, and GYN applications.
- Spectrum of Cholecystitis
- Congestive Heart Failure/Pulmonary Edema
- Foreign Body Localization
- Renal Mass
- Hypertrophic Pyloric Stenosis
- Salivary Gland Duct Stone
- Flexor Tenosynovitis
- Vitreous hemorrhage
- Identify a perforated gallbladder.
- Recognize characteristics of diverticulitis.
- Identify ultrasound findings associated with emphysematous pyelonephritis.
- Evaluate for evidence of pyloric stenosis.
- State the sonographic characteristics of a pediatric renal mass.
- List ultrasound features of pulmonary edema.
- Outline how to evaluate for endocarditis.
- Identify evidence of flexor tenosynovitis.
- Confirm the presence of a foreign body and use ultrasound guidance for removal.
- State findings consistent with vitreous hemorrhage.
- Confirm the presence of a salivary gland duct stone.
- Identify ultrasound findings consistent with tuboovarian abscess.
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