Tips on how to identify and drain a peritonsillar abscess under ultrasound guidance.
Will someone who has undergone a pleurodesis still have lung sliding?
A young man presents to the ED with acute onset right chest pain and shortness of breath. Ultrasound exam is consistent with a pneumothorax, but he has a normal CXR. Which do you believe?
A glass foreign body missed by XR but not by ultrasound!
A 63 year old female presenting to the ED with prolonged hypoxia after a reported aspiration event.
Testicular pain and a peculiar looking testicular ultrasound…
“Grunting” in a previously healthy infant.
Undifferentiated hypotension in a man with recent bacteremia.
Not your average renal ultrasound.
Shadowing when ultrasounding the gallbladder is not always from gallstones…