We review another misdirected and underdone ‘research’ article from the most recent issue of Emergency Medicine Australasia…
A 25 year old man presents with a four day history of increasing left eye pain, photophobia and decreased vision.
A 35 year-old martial artist presents with loss of vision in his right eye after being on the wrong end of a spinning back fist. Can you save his eyesight?
A man was poked in the eye and now has a sharp pain on the surface of his eye and is photophobic. Can you diagnose and treat his condition?
A 26 year-old man sustained an injury of uncertain mechanism to his left eye while at the bottom of a ruck during a game of rugby. Can you sort it out for him?
Eyes are the perfect organ for ultrasound assessment in the emergency department. Think you know all about ocular ultrasound? Let’s find out…
A 26 year-old man presents with left periorbital swelling and double vision after being hit in the eye by a high-speed squash ball. What is the diagnosis and management?
A 14 year-old boy is brought into the emergency department by his weary mother. She is worried about bleeding under the surface of his eye. Now what?
A 28 year-old man presents to the emergency department with a lump on his eyelid. He’s getting married in 2 weeks. What are you going to do about it?
Things are humming along in the ‘Fast track’ area of the emergency department. You check the triage note of the next patient – RED EYE is written capitals.
Some of the cobras are venom spitters. Targeting the eyes of their enemies they can cause a chemical conjunctivitis and blindness. How do they do this?
An index of useful clinical image collections for use primarily by doctors in emergency medicine and intensive care medicine. Includes clinical photographs, dermatology, ophthalmology, radiology, ultrasonography, pathology and microbiology.