Interesting Cases

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


To see the most recent interesting case,

 'ACUTE INGUINAL HERNIA WITH SUSPECTED HAEMATOCELE AND PATENT PROCCEUS VAGINIALIS

please click here


Previously published Interesting Cases

 

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


A PAIN IN THE NECK
Submitted by : Dr A Chavda and Dr C Harvey, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, London


AN UNUSUAL CASE OF PAIN IN THE RIGHT UPPER QUADRANT
Submitted by : Dr A Alsafi and Dr C Harvey, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, London


AN UNUSUAL FINDING FOR LEFT ILIAC FOSSA PAIN
Submitted by : Georgiana Zamfir1, Peter Cantin2, 1Peninsula Radiology Academy, 2Derriford Hospital, Plymouth


APPENDICEAL TUMOUR CASE STUDY
Submitted by: R Caroco,  University College Hospital London


FUNNY LOOKING KIDNEYS
Submitted by: Richard Clarke1, Rajinder Virdi1, Simon Freeman2, 1Peninsula Radiology Academy, Plymouth, 2Derriford Hospital, Plymouth


SEVERE EPIGASTRIC AND LEFT UPPER QUADRANT PAIN RADIATING TO THE SHOULDER
Submitted by: I Yuile, St Mary's Hospital, London


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


ULTRASOUND DETECTION OF AN OCCULT RIB FRACTURE: A DIFFERENTIAL IN LEFT UPPER QUADRANT PAIN
Submitted by : Mr Stephen Moore, Sonographer, Princes Royal University Hospital, 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


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


Submissions

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.