Posts Tagged ‘video’

Tapeworm As Seen During Colonoscopy

Posted by Karen Buckley • March 18th, 2010

In this Image in Clinical Medicine, a colonoscopy of a 46-year-old woman revealed a long, moving tapeworm located in the terminal ileum extending to the sigmoid colon. Diphyllobothrium Latum is a fish tapeworm that occurs in humans via consumption of undercooked or raw fish. View the video and see more Images in Clinical Medicine at… Read More…

NEJM Videos on YouTube

Posted by Karen Buckley • December 3rd, 2009

A selection of NEJM videos are now on YouTube, including procedure videos, interviews with Perspective authors and roundtable discussions. There you’ll find a recent symposium moderated by Arnold Epstein, in which four health policy experts — Henry Aaron, Katherine Baicker, Jacob Hacker, and Mark Pauly— explore the promise and limitations of in-process legislation, and the… Read More…

Learn How to Perform Ankle-Brachial Index

Posted by Karen Buckley • November 16th, 2009

The newest installment in the Videos in Clinical Medicine series— one of the most popular, subscriber-only multimedia features — is Ankle–Brachial Index for Assessment of Peripheral Arterial Disease. Although other methods exist to assess the peripheral vasculature more objectively, the ankle–brachial index represents a simple, reliable method for diagnosing peripheral arterial disease.

Meet the CPC Patient at NEJM.org

Posted by Karen Buckley • October 22nd, 2009

Three days after an elective cesarean section, a 35-year-old woman was transferred to Massachusetts General Hospital because of abdominal pain, fever and hypotension. The patient underwent 34 operations, and she remained in the ICU for 4 weeks and on the surgical service for 5 weeks. Learn more about her presentation and diagnosis by reading the… Read More…

Neurotoxicity After Scorpion Stings

Posted by Karen Buckley • May 14th, 2009

Follow the eye movements of a six-year-old child stung by a scorpion. This video accompanies a randomized trial of 15 children with neurotoxicity after scorpion stings. Children treated with a scorpion-specific antivenom experienced faster resolution of neurologic signs and symptoms and received lower doses of midazolam than children treated with placebo.

Leukocytosis and Sublingual Microvascular Blood Flow

Posted by Karen Buckley • February 26th, 2009

Be sure to watch a striking video on Leukocytosis and Sublingual Microvascular Blood Flow published alongside the study, B-Cell Clones as Early Markers for Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia. Sidestream dark field (SDF) imaging was used to determine the severity of the leukocytosis. When the patient’s white blood cell count was high, the blood flowed slowly; after… Read More…

Election 2008 — Watch The Video

Posted by Karen Buckley • October 22nd, 2008

Election 2008 features a video symposium with invited representatives from the Obama and McCain campaigns discussing their different proposals for resolving our health care crisis, as well as Perspectives from Obama and McCain, and critiques of their health care plans. In a short poll, we asked our readers how important health care was to them… Read More…