Answer: “You Give Me Fever”

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. Sathyaseelan Subramaniam, a 2nd year PEM fellow from SUNY Downstate Medical Center in Brooklyn, NY.   This post is in response to the post “You Give Me Fever.” To summarize, this… Continue Reading

You Give Me Fever

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. Sathyaseelan Subramaniam, a 2nd year PEM fellow from SUNY Downstate Medical Center in Brooklyn, NY.     It is the morning after a GOP debate and you are reading a recent… Continue Reading

Answer: ‘It’s Artifactual’

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 “It’s Artifactual” To summarize, this was an eleven-year-old boy who was brought into the ED for left foot pain with a concern for a foreign body in his foot.   An ultrasound was… Continue Reading

It’s Artifactual

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

An eleven-year-old boy is brought into the ED by his parents after he complained of left foot pain earlier that day. The boy does not recall any trauma, but the parents do note that they are moving into a new… Continue Reading

Answer: ‘Not So FAST!’

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 “Not so FAST!” To summarize, this was a 10-year-old boy complaining of abdominal pain after flipping over his handle bars while riding a bike.  An eFAST is performed and the following image… Continue Reading

Not so FAST!

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 16-year-old boy was trying to do a sweet jump off his friend’s brand new Sledgehammer bike… But unfortunately, he was not as successful as his friend Pedro and is brought into your ED by EMS after flipping over his… Continue Reading

Answer: “Hips Don’t Lie”

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 “Hips Don’t Lie” To summarize, this was 3-year old boy who presented with inability to bear weight on his right leg.  A hip ultrasound was performed and the following images were… Continue Reading

Hips Don’t Lie

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 previously healthy 4-year old boy is brought in by his parents because they noticed that he has been refusing to walk since this afternoon when they came home from work.  He had previously been doing well but parents noticed… Continue Reading