Sometimes imaging can reveal remarkable physiology. A 40-year-old man presented with profound fatigue and abdominal pain that had begun the day before but substantially worsened over the last 12 hours. He reported not experiencing any chest pain, shortness of breath, nausea/vomitin
26-year-old woman cigarette smoker otherwise healthy. Presented with one week of neck swelling. Little pain. History of frequent pharyngitis with last episode about 1 week ago. Treated with course of azithromycin.
Venous air can be seen as incidental finding seen during routine contrast CT scans. This can also occur during IV placement if poor technique is used. The