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Radiology Image: An athlete with pain

An athlete with pain

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Patient data
  • Age: 19
  • Gender: Male
  • Medical history: None
  • Initial presentation: Patient is a professional athlete (100 metres sprint) who has been intensively training for the last 6-8 weeks. Acute onset of pain in the medial part of the right foot.
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Radiology Image: A 42-year-old male

A 42-year-old male

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Patient data
  • Age: 42
  • Gender: Male
  • Medical history: Recurrent upper gastrointestinal bleeding (six times). No current medication.
  • Intoxications: 7-8 EH alcohol per day.
  • Initial presentation: Acute pain upper abdomen.
  • Examination: Pressure pain upper abdomen, active muscular resistance.
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Radiology Image: A 54-year-old female

A 54-year-old female

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Patient data
  • Age: 54
  • Gender: Female
  • Native country: Ghana
  • Medical history: Graves’ disease, smoking and hypertension
  • Family history: Cardiovascular diseases
  • Initial presentation: Coughing, shortness of breath and no fever.
  • Examination: Normal auscultation and normal percusion
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Radiology Image: A 29-year-old male

A 29-year-old male

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Patient data
  • Age: 29
  • Gender: Male
  • Medical history: None
  • Initial presentation: Dyspnoea, pain in right side of chest, saturation 80%, bulging neck veins, no breath sounds at the right side of chest, right side of the chest more convex.
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Radiology Image: A 43-year-old male

A 43-year-old male

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Patient data
  • Age: 43
  • Gender: Male
  • Medical history: Blank
  • Initial presentation: Missed a stairstep, unable to put pressure on right foot immediately after the event. Dorsal haematoma on right foot. Pain on palpation at metatarsal 1 to 4, axial pressure pain on the hallux.
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