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Another feature in our Audio Blog series where we take posts from The MedSchoolTutors Blog (the very best blog for medical school) and record them for on-the-go learning. We’re focusing on articles that cover question breakdowns, examination and study advice, and those related to mental wellbeing and wellness during medical school. 

Today’s episode features the article: 

 An 83-year old woman presents to the ED with very acute abdominal pain for 1 hour. 

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What test would be most likely to establish her diagnosis?

  1. Chest X-Ray
  2. Abdominal CT Angiography
  3. RUQ US
  4. Amylase, Lipase, and LFTs
  5. MRCP
  6. Abdominal X-Ray

Read the full vignette and post here

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Music: Anaesthetist from The Mindsweep by Enter Shikari. Used with permission. 

Thanks to MedSchoolTutors for providing the content for this show. And thanks to ZDoggMD and Doc Vader for the lighthearted intro. Check out ZDogg’s podcast, the Incident Report, on Apple Podcasts.    

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