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Ep 004: A Repeat Visitor
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Case 004: A Repeat Visitor
  • A 57 year old male bounces back to the emergency department for the second time in 3 days complaining of left flank pain 
  • ​​ He has a low grade fever of 100.9 and appears in moderate distress 
  • ​His original UA was consistent with a UTI, was discharged on antibiotics, but now he's back in worse shape...
  • Can you guess the diagnosis?
In case you think you have it figured out, this isn't nephrolithiasis or pyelonephritis.  

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with Eric Gordon PA-C
Eric is a physician assistant practicing emergency medicine in Fort Worth, Texas. 

He graduated from the University of North Texas Health Science Center in 2016.

Eric developed a passion for teaching while working as a zipline and ecotour guide in Austin, Texas. 

He has also taught standardized test prep classes to high school students and currently enjoys training PA and NP emergency medicine residents.
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