A Classic Case!

A 30-day-old ex-36/40 twin, male infant attends the ED with his mother due to concern regarding vomiting of 4 days duration…

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Think: Screen the Spleen

A 75-year-old female with no significant past medical history presents to the ED with sudden onset, sharp left upper quadrant pain.…

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Cheer up buttercup

Not one, but two teeny tiny yellow wailing babies present to your Paediatric ED! Their worried parents ask you: “why have the twins turned yellow?”…

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The Bloody Bottom

A 73-year-old lady presents with 2 episodes of passing dark red blood per rectum associated with LIF pain of 1 day duration. She is otherwise systemically well.…

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Tired purple legs

A 7-year-old girl presents with an acute, painful hot knee and a red-purple non-blanching rash.…

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My tummy hurts!

A young boy with abdominal pain and distension is brought in by his father. The triage nurse mentions that he is hypertensive, with microscopic haematuria on his urine dipstick.…

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Abdominal Pain

Abdominal pain is a reasonably common presentation in paediatrics-increasing as the child gets older…

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