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ED scenario (request for CT): A 98 year old man with dementia was found unresponsive sitting in his chair. On examination right arm weakness and increased tone right leg ?CVA
ED scenario (request for CT): A 78 year old man is found collapsed, GCS 5/15, dilated R pupil. What are the abnormalities?
ED scenario (request for X-ray): A 75 year old man with a new onset of left homonymous hemianopia, ? CVA. No significant past medical history. What is the abnormality?
ED scenario (request for X-ray): A 45 year old man has a witnessed seizure at work. GCS 15/15 now. Not known to have epilepsy. What are the abnormalities?
A 25 year old female fallen from a 6 foot wall. Contusion L forehead. Intoxicated. What are the abnormalities?
An 80 year old man with bronchogenic carcinoma; unwitnessed fall with ?LOC (amnesia). What are the abnormalities?
A 28 year old with L a head injury while playing rugby and 2 minute LOC. GCS 14 (confused speech). What are the abnormalities?
90 year old woman found on floor by carers, GCS 7/15, ?intracerebral bleed (previous intracerebral haemorrhage). What are the abnormalities?
Found confused at work, fall, assault, contusion over left temporal area. GCS 14, repetitive, vomited 5 times. What are the abnormalities?
A 55 year old with sudden onset of severe headache 4 hours ago with numbness in arms and tingling in legs. GCS 14.