A 65-year-old widow presented with a mass on her right breast and complaints of generally not feeling well.
Dizziness, photophobia, nausea and an unsteady gait develop following a routine annual check up.
A 69-year-old woman presents with night sweats, dizziness, fatigue and chronic pain in the upper abdomen.
Metastatic calcification of the left breast in a patient with renal failure raises suspicion.
A corrections officer came into the primary care office for a routine physical and left with an unexpected diagnosis.
The patient's gait was affected 48 hours after onset and any slight head movement intensified the feeling of imbalance.
Two days after symptom onset, a patient's skin is still mildly diaphoretic, he complains of fatigue and he cannot tolerate food.
A patient presents to the emergency department complaining of pain that originated over the distal tip of the digit.
Tenderness over the hypothenar eminence, swelling and limited flexion also suggest fracture.
A father is rushed to the emergency department after ingestion of a foreign, powderlike substance.