Category: Trauma

Weekly Report – Baseball to the Eye

This week’s Weekly Report comes from Dr Maryam Arshad. A 26 year old male presented to the ED after being struck in the face with a ┬ábaseball. His pain was isolated to the right orbit. Physical exam revealed a hyphema occupying approximately one third of his anterior chamber. There was no clinical concern for globe …

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Weekly Report – Seeking Closure

You are working a busy trauma shift when a 19 year old male comes in after a dirt bike accident. Fortunately for him he has no significant injuries, but he does have a number of lacerations that require closure including a scalp lac, full thickness lip lac, eyelid lac, and multiple extremity lacs. As you …

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