Ischemic optic neuropathies are the most common acute optic nerve pathology in patients older than 50 years of age.
A 40-year-old man reports pain in his right elbow and numbness in his right pinky and ring fingers. What is your diagnosis?
Two cases of asymptomatic blisters on the hands; can you diagnose the conditions?
A man presents to the ED after experiencing a tingling sensation and weakness in his arms and legs. What is your diagnosis?
Two cases of asymptomatic hyperpigmented plaques on the trunk; can correctly you diagnose the conditions?
Since 1980, infant botulism has been the most common form of human botulism in the United States, with roughly 100 to 140 cases reported per year.
A woman presents to the ED with a headache that is unlike the migraines she typically experiences. Can you make the correct diagnosis?
The term morbilliform describes a rash that resembles measles, with erythematous, maculopapular lesions that may coalesce.
In 2018, surgeons in South Africa reported on the first case involving an HIV-positive living donor and an HIV-negative recipient.
A case review demonstrates the challenges in differentiating interstitial lung disease from COVID-19 during the global pandemic.