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VIDEO: The 18 y/o cannot recall a precipitating event; pain "can get up to a 10." Afebrile, no emesis. Suspicions?

What is the cause of this erythematous rash that appeared suddenly and spread rapidly on the child's trunk and extremities?

Video: Patient's ADLs were unaffected by symptoms until 2 days ago. She arrives at ED directly from PCP's office, after echo. Dx?

VIDEO: The child's hands are chronically dry but the skin has recently begun to crack; vesicular rash appeared after an ocean swim. Dx?

PT Video: A short course of steroids was ineffective. He returns to ED c/o worsening joint and abdominal pain. Can you Dx?

VIDEO: Palpitations persist in ED; no history of cardiac issues. Incident is first of its kind for this patient. Watch the interview.

VIDEO: Note marked tumescence in patient’s hands, pitting edema in lower extremities. Does PMH contribute? Dx?

VIDEO: The non-pruritic rash began on his chest and spread rapidly over 3 days. Get a closer look; what's your diagnosis?

VIDEO: Patient reports progressive weakness x1 month. Acute abdominal pain/emesis began earlier in the day. What's in your differential dx?

Video: The lesion bleeds easily and grows back quickly when "knocked off."

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