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Emergency Ultrasound

Emergency Ultrasound Section Newsletter - December 2018

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Thanks to Michael Zwank MD for getting together one final newsletter before the transition to our newly elected Newsletter Editors.  If you have a great case, an article review, commentary, or tech update to contribute to the next newsletter, then please contact Michael Gottlieb, MD, RDMS (michaelgottliebmd@gmail.com), Lead Secretary/Newsletter Editor or Marina Shpilko, DO (mshpilk1@gmail.com), Associate Secretary/Newsletter Editor.

Chair's Corner

Cases That Count: McBurney’s Point Tenderness: Is this always appendicitis?

Journal Summary

Flexor Tenosynovitis - POCUS is a seemingly useful adjunct

Tips & Tricks: Right Heart Strain: rapid evaluation in the acutely dyspneic patient

More Tips and Tricks: Ultrasound Guidance for Ankle and Wrist Arthrocentesis

Tech Update: Handheld Ultrasound

International Ultrasound: Faculty Spotlight on Dr. Alex Brevil

Critical Care Case: Don’t Stop Believing (in ultrasound in cardiac arrest)

Fellow Corner: E-point Septal Separation in the Patient with Congestive Heart Failure

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