Swollen, Painful Privates

Laurie Malia

Laurie Malia

Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine and Pediatrics,Pediatric Emergency Medicine Ultrasound Fellow at Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital /Columbia University Medical Center Department of Emergency Medicine
PEM doc; POCUS; Pediatrics; Healthcare equality
Laurie Malia

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  A 13 year old male with no PMH presented with right lower abdominal/inguinal/testicular pain that started that morning. He reported nausea and had 2 episodes of NBNB emesis. You obtain the following images and clips below:   Left Testicle:… Continue Reading

My baby has a “mass!”

Laurie Malia

Laurie Malia

Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine and Pediatrics,Pediatric Emergency Medicine Ultrasound Fellow at Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital /Columbia University Medical Center Department of Emergency Medicine
PEM doc; POCUS; Pediatrics; Healthcare equality
Laurie Malia

Latest posts by Laurie Malia (see all)

A 38 day old term male with history of left sided undescended testicle presented with fussiness and bulging of the left inguinal area x 2 hours. You obtain the following clip and images:     ANSWER: Inguinal Hernia. The US… Continue Reading

The Fussy Vomiter

Laurie Malia

Laurie Malia

Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine and Pediatrics,Pediatric Emergency Medicine Ultrasound Fellow at Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital /Columbia University Medical Center Department of Emergency Medicine
PEM doc; POCUS; Pediatrics; Healthcare equality
Laurie Malia

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A healthy 9 month old presented to the ED 2 hours after being discharged with persistent vomiting (now spinach green in color). He was reported to be somewhat fussy at times and at other times sleepy.   You obtain the following… Continue Reading

“Help me, my chest hurts!”

Laurie Malia

Laurie Malia

Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine and Pediatrics,Pediatric Emergency Medicine Ultrasound Fellow at Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital /Columbia University Medical Center Department of Emergency Medicine
PEM doc; POCUS; Pediatrics; Healthcare equality
Laurie Malia

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October 2018 – CASE 1 Each month, I will be featuring an ultrasound done by one of our fellows our faculty. This month is brought to you by one of our third year PEM fellows! Healthy 18 year old male presented with chest pain… Continue Reading

Answer: “Pregnant Abdominal Pain: Naughty by Nature”

Lorraine Ng

Lorraine Ng

Assistant Clinical Professor and the Fellowship Director of the Pediatric Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship at Columbia University Medical Center
Lorraine's academic interests are in emergency ultrasound and medical education. She is the editor for the Ultrasound Image of the Month series for PEMNetwork.
Lorraine Ng

This month’s case is a guest post by Dr. Carrie Ng, a 3rd year PEM fellow from Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital in New York, NY.         This post is in response to the post: “Pregnant Abdominal Pain:… Continue Reading

Pregnant Abdominal Pain: Naughty By Nature

Lorraine Ng

Lorraine Ng

Assistant Clinical Professor and the Fellowship Director of the Pediatric Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship at Columbia University Medical Center
Lorraine's academic interests are in emergency ultrasound and medical education. She is the editor for the Ultrasound Image of the Month series for PEMNetwork.
Lorraine Ng

This month’s case is a guest post by Dr. Carrie Ng, a 3rd year PEM fellow from Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital in New York, NY.         A 17-year-old obese female comes to the ED complaining of difficulty… Continue Reading

Answer: “Pains in the neck”

Lorraine Ng

Lorraine Ng

Assistant Clinical Professor and the Fellowship Director of the Pediatric Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship at Columbia University Medical Center
Lorraine's academic interests are in emergency ultrasound and medical education. She is the editor for the Ultrasound Image of the Month series for PEMNetwork.
Lorraine Ng

This post is in response to the post “Pains in the neck.” To summarize, this was a 4-year-old boy who was brought into the ED for right neck swelling that is erythematous and painful. An ultrasound was performed and the… Continue Reading

Pains in the neck

Lorraine Ng

Lorraine Ng

Assistant Clinical Professor and the Fellowship Director of the Pediatric Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship at Columbia University Medical Center
Lorraine's academic interests are in emergency ultrasound and medical education. She is the editor for the Ultrasound Image of the Month series for PEMNetwork.
Lorraine Ng

A 4-year-old boy is brought into the ED by his parents because they noticed a swelling in his right neck this morning. He was complaining of a sore throat and some neck pain for the past couple of days and… Continue Reading