Cases of the Week May, 2019
This Week’s Case of the Week From 5/25/19:
History: An Eye Test. (It was really found the first time around!)
What is the diagnosis? Apple core lesion, most likely colon cancer.
How to do you manage the case? Recommend colonoscopy
This Week’ Case of the Week From 5/18/19
What is the diagnosis? Malignant right coronary artery originating from the left coronary sinus
How to do you manage the case? Refer immediately to a cardiologist because of risk for sudden cardiac death.
This Week’s Case of the Week From 5/11/19
History: Right hip pain.
What is the most likely diagnosis? Right hip superior acetabular normal variant lateral notch. Less likely a focal erosion from JRA.
How do you manage this case? Recommend correlation with inflammatory markers such as rheumatoid factor. Clinical follow-up.
This Week’s Case of the Week From 5/4/19
History: Severe headache
What are the diagnoses? Persistent trigeminal artery. Right-sided PCOM aneurysm.
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