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Today’s episode features the article:
An 83-year old woman presents to the ED with very acute abdominal pain for 1 hour.
What test would be most likely to establish her diagnosis?
- Chest X-Ray
- Abdominal CT Angiography
- RUQ US
- Amylase, Lipase, and LFTs
- Abdominal X-Ray
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