Authors: Priyadarshini Marathe, Noordeen Sathakathulla / Editor: Steve Corry-Bass / Reviewer: Erden Erol Unluer / Codes: SLO3, SLO6, VC2Published: 17/03/2023

A 65-year-old male patient is brought to the Emergency Department (ED) with severe abdominal pain, nausea and blood in the urine.

On assessment: GCS-15, HR-115, SpO2 -95% on air, BP- 100/70 mmHg, RR-20, temp -37.1 degrees Celsius. Systemic examination reveals a soft abdomen with tenderness over the epigastric region.

You have decided that the most worrisome diagnosis to look for in this patient is AAA and decide to perform POCUS.

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