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Shoulder and Brachial Plexus

This session covers the anatomy, common pathology and the clinical and radiological assessment of the shoulder and brachial plexus. This should lead to the formulation of appropriate management plans…

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One step above the others

A 39-year-old male presents by ambulance after falling from a 5 meter high scaffold. Among other injuries he presents with a painful step deformity on the dorsum of the right hand…

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That’s One Odd Looking Hand

A 28 year old, right hand dominant male sustained an injury to his left hand after falling from his bicycle. He noticed immediate pain and swelling to his left hand and presented to the A&E depar…

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The Motorcyclist’s Thumb

A 45 year old man attends the ED 3 days after a motorbike accident. He reports losing control of the bike at 70mph and skidding along the ground while clinging to the handlebars with his right hand…

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The Knee Bone’s Connected to.

This man presented to his GP after an alleged assault. His knee was examined by the GP and he was sent for an X-Ray of his knee and a telemedicine link with the ED arranged. His X-Rays are shown…

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A Pane-ful Injury

A 32 year-old decorator attends the Emergency Department having accidentally put his left hand through a pane of glass at work…

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