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Which of the following descriptions of ultrasound frequency and probe selection is most accurate?
A 60 year old female with a history of hypertension, diabetes, and smoking presents to your clinic with 3 weeks of shortness of breath and dyspnea with minimal exertion. Her combined cardiac and lung ultrasound findings are below. What is the most probable diagnosis for this patient’s dyspnea?
A patient presents with erythema, warmth, and severe tenderness in her left thigh with a low grade fever. Here is your POCUS. What is the next best step in her care?
Which of these measured diameters of abdominal aortas, may be called an abdominal aortic aneurysm?
A 5 year old fell off the monkey bars and has severe pain in their distal radius near the wrist. Here is your POCUS scan. What is the best next step for this patient?
According to the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine, the accuracy of landmark-guided vs ultrasound-guided glenohumeral joint injection is _____ vs _____.
A 55 year old female sees you in clinic after several weeks of right upper quadrant pain with meals. She denies fevers, chills, nausea, vomiting. The ultrasound below suggests?
A 35 year old male with acute onset of L flank pain radiating to the groin presents to your office. He has had multiple CT scans in the past which have shown ureteral stones. He has never had urological interventions as the stones have always passed on their own. He denies any fevers & chills. You perform a bedside ultrasound which shows the following image. What finding is present?
A 45 y/o male with a long standing history of methamphetamine use presents to your clinic with several weeks of shortness of breath. He denies any coughing and fevers. What finding is present below?
A 48 year old female presents to your clinic complaining of leg pain and swelling. She recently returned 3 days ago after going on vacation to South Africa (a 13 hour plane ride). You perform a bedside ultrasound that shows the following:
Right popliteal fossa
What is an appropriate next stop in management?