A 28-year-old male presents to the emergency department with a chief complaint of chest pain, coughing and shortness of breath. After being discharged with normal x-ray results, he winds up returning to the ED with the same symptoms.
A 23-month-old female presented to a clinic with persistent cough and neck discomfort for more than one month. Additionally, she had difficulty swallowing solid foods but no trouble with liquids.
A 33-year-old male presented to the emergency department with left eye pain for one day. The onset was acute, rated at 10/10, constant, and associated with a watery discharge. The patient stated that it felt “exactly like my prior eye herpes.” The patient also noted intermittent vision loss in his left visual field. He denied any fevers, vomiting, history of HIV or oral, facial or genital ulcers. Past medical history was significant for herpes keratitis and IVDA.
A 32-year-old male presented to the emergency department with concerns about a possible infection in his left lower extremity. The patient had a history of HIV and poorly controlled type 1 diabetes. He presented with a chronic ulcer to the left medial ankle and had an incision and drainage to the area about 45 days prior.
A 62-year-old African American female with PMHx of HTN, PUD and Graves’
disease s/ p radioactive iodine (RAI), presented to the ED for
progression of bilateral vision loss to near-blindness over the past
year. She began to lose her vision one year ago, a few months after