A patient presents with fever, cough, and shortness of breath that have worsened in the past 2 days.
IBS is more common in women and symptoms may fluctuate over time, often mimicking other conditions and may result in diagnosis delays or misdiagnosis, which can delay treatment.
A patient presents with a 3-day history of gradually worsening pain and swelling in her left knee.
A patient presents to the emergency department complaining of a severe rash affecting his face, torso, and armpits.
A patient presents to the emergency department complaining of headache behind her left eye and redness of the left eyelid.
A woman presents with gradually worsening, generalized abdominal pain that originated in the right lower quadrant.
A man with a history of remote neck surgery presents with arm weakness and paresthesia that he noticed after awakening.
A boy presents with a cough as well as lesions on his buttocks and finger.
A woman who underwent total thyroidectomy with neck dissection experiences headaches, muscle spasms, and cramps.
A woman presents to the emergency department with a mildly itchy rash on her legs and lower extremity joint pain following a cold.