- Ring Cutters16:08What Would I Do Next? | Transient Ischemic Attacks (TIA)Free Chapter24:10Paper Chase #1 | Effect of Prophylactic Anticholinergic Meds to Decrease EPS4:47Excellence in Physical Exam Series | The Neck11:05Paper Chase #2 | Peripheral IV use in the ED5:20Fever in HIV Patients18:37Paper Chase #3 | The Long-term Effect of Acupuncture for Migraine Prophylaxis4:04Steroids25:35Don't Put This In My Chart, But...16:12Paper Chase #4 | Drug Monitoring Programs & Self-reported use in Opioid Abusers3:47Mononucleosis24:18Diaper Rash21:08Paper Chase #5 | Prevalence of Pulmonary Embolism in Patients With Syncope4:33The Summary17:13
Lymphadenopathy of the neck may lead to a diagnosis of cancer or infection, based on the location. Etiology of jugular venous distension includes heart failure, pulmonary hypertension, superior vena cava obstruction, and pericarditis/pericardial effusion. Thyroid nodules may be benign or malignant. NEXUS criteria for c-spine injury may avoid unnecessary radiation of the cervical spine. Consider meningitis in the patient with fever and a headache even if they do not exhibit nuchal rigidity.