Clinical photos of blood with an unsual appearance and neck trauma
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A 25 year old man has been brought in to your emergency department after sustaining a knife wound to his neck in an assault. His vitals signs and GCS are normal.
A distinctly uncommunicative man says he injured his hand in a fall. What is the diagnosis, the mechanism and how will you treat the injury?
A 47 year old man presents to your emergency department with a two day history of a painful rash on the back of his neck.