Why should we look at the tongue in urgent care? And why does it sometimes stick out when we are thinking?
A tibial stress fracture in a golfer. Unusual, given that they are often associated with runners, but it does highlight how listening to your patient when they say something is wrong is important.
Today we chat with Dr David Sorrell about how he bends the needle to aid corneal foreign body removal.
A Latissimus Dorsi tear is a rare sporting injury but one we should be aware of in urgent care.
Will we need urgent care clinicians in an AI health system?
Cullen’s sign is an important eponym to recognise in urgent care.
Something a concerned parent might bring into urgent care.
We need to be aware of complex regional pain syndrome in urgent care.
Today we talk about a study into errors in primary care and ED with Dr Ivan Koay. We also discuss the Abstracts of Urgent Care that he curates at the JUCM and the importance of research in urgent care.
Cholesteatoma is an important diagnosis to consider in urgent care.