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Wed, 02/28/2024 - 16:11 andreisatsuk

Part 2 of our Pediatric Detectives series deals with "Imaging Appendicitis".

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Ultrasound image.
Fri, 02/09/2024 - 12:10 wiesersophie

Gallbladder cancer (GBC) ranks as the fifth most prevalent gastrointestinal malignancy globally and is the most common malignancy of the biliary tract. Here are some ultrasound findings associated with gallbladder carcinoma (GBC) that should prompt you to examine the patient in detail!

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Ultrasound image of right thyroid longitudinal view.
Thu, 01/25/2024 - 10:49 Thomas Binder

A patient with hypothyroidism. With ultrasound, you can immediately find out why.

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Child with abdominal pain holding his tummy.
Mon, 01/22/2024 - 16:08 andreisatsuk

A Spotlight on the Appendix

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Thyroid ultrasound image.
Mon, 01/22/2024 - 00:00 Thomas Binder

Can you spot the problem on this thyroid ultrasound of a patient with symptoms of hyperthyroidism?

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Mon, 01/15/2024 - 17:03 Anonymous

Ben Thal, speaker of our upcoming course "Prehospital POCUS" shares a personal pPOCUS case about his colleague.

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Dr. Thomas Binder in 2010.
Thu, 12/21/2023 - 18:14 Thomas Binder

From Overwhelm to Expertise: My Path to 123sonography and the Power of Grit in Learning.

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Dr. Thomas Binder and Dr. Ben Thal.
Wed, 12/20/2023 - 09:09 Thomas Binder

In this post, Thomas Binder shares a personal story that vividly illustrates the thrill and significance of advanced medical practice in emergencies.

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Mon, 12/18/2023 - 16:53 wiesersophie

We are all afraid of missing the diagnosis of an aortic dissection in our medical careers. But what if we flip the situation around?

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Mon, 12/18/2023 - 14:07 wiesersophie

Today, we’d like to present you with a case of an infant born at an extremely low gestational age. The newborn's condition suddenly deteriorated and required resuscitation. The infant had severe bradycardia with a heart rate of only 40 beats per minute and an oxygen saturation that fluctuated between 20 and 40%. Despite extensive resuscitation efforts, including chest compressions and administration of epinephrine, saline, and bicarbonate correction, there was minimal improvement.

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