Interesting Cases

A library of interesting cases, submitted by BMUS members and other interested parties.

To see the most recent interesting case, please click here

Previously published Interesting Cases

SWOLLEN RIGHT  FOREARM IN A YOUNG MALE STUDENT - Submitted byH Thomas, CJ Evans, RM Evans, Withybush Hospital, Hywel Dda Heath Board

ULTRASOUND GUIDED CORE BIOPSY OF A GLOTTIC CANCERSubmitted by : JJ Thomas and RM Evans. Withybush Hospital, Hywel Dda University Health Board

A PAIN IN THE NECK - Submitted by : Anesh Chavda FRCR, Radiology SpR, Chris Harvey MRCP, FRCR, Consultant Radiologist, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, London

AN UNUSUAL CASE OF PAIN IN THE RIGHT UPPER QUADRANT - Submitted by : Ali Alsafi, Chris Harvey, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, London

A FRUITFUL ULTRASOUND INVESTIGATION FOR LOWER URINARY TRACT SYMPTOMSSubmitted by : Mirna Al-Khouri, Daniel Kim, Simon Thorogood, Royal Cornwall Hospital, Truro, Cornwall

AN UNUSUAL FINDING FOR LEFT ILIAC FOSSA PAINSubmitted by : Georgiana Zamfir1, Peter Cantin21Peninsula Radiology Academy, 2Derriford Hospital, Plymouth

FUNNY LOOKING KIDNEYSSubmitted by: Richard Clarke1, Rajinder Virdi1, Simon Freeman21Peninsula Radiology Academy, Plymouth, 2Derriford Hospital, Plymouth

ULTRASOUND DETECTION OF AN OCCULT RIB FRACTURE: A DIFFERENTIAL IN LEFT UPPER QUADRANT PAIN - Submitted by : Mr Stephen Moore, Sonopgrapher, Princes Royal University Hospitall, Kings College NHS Foundation Trust; Ms Anna Baker, Clinical Specialist Sonographer, Kings College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust; Dr Gibran Yusuf, Consultant Radiologist, Princes Royal University Hospital, Kings College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust; Dr Shweta Gupta,Princes Royal University Hospital, Kings College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.


Should you wish to submit your Interesting Case the detail required is :


  • Patient presentation/clinical information

  • Images / Video clip

          (please enclose a brief description to accompany static images)

  • Final diagnosis

  • Differential diagnoses

  • Discussion

  • References


All published cases will receive, a CPD certificate and complimentary membership of BMUS for 6 months.

To submit a case for consideration please click here.