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Recurrent transient ischemic attacks. This is a year-old, right-handed woman with a history of hypertension, schizophrenia, and a fallopian ovarian tumor resection surgically and with radiotherapy treatment, who presented to the emergency room with a four-hour history of difficulty talking, and numbness and weakness on the right side.
She was in her usual state of health until early the morning of admission when she woke up and noted numbness on her right side. Her numbness was associated with weakness as well as difficulty speaking, with no associated headache, chest pain, fever, chills, double vision difficulty swallowing, or palpitations.
She reported having a similar incident about one month prior to admission when she was seen in the emergency room, but at that time, her symptoms resolve while in the emergency room. CT scan at that time showed bilateral basal ganglion infarcts.
Carotid duplex then showed minimal plaque, rig ht greater than left, with no hemodynamic stenosis. At that time, she was sent home on aspirin 1 q. Regular rate and rhythm with no murmurs. Obese with a surgical scar. Bowel sounds were present.
No clubbing, cyanosis or edema. She is alert and oriented x 3. She had difficulty with speech, mostly lingual sounds. Normal flow, normal rate, and normal content. Cranial nerves showed right fundi with sharp discs, pupils reactive 3 to 2 bilaterally, full extraocular movements and full visual fields.
Corneal reflexes were present bilaterally. Decreased V1 through V3 pinprick on the face. Masticatory muscles were normal. Eye closure, puffed cheeks and smile were symmetric.
Uvula and tongue were midline. Her gag was present bilaterally, left greater than right. Motor examination showed increased tone in the left arm. Sensory examination showed decreased pinprick on the right side.
There was decreased vibration bilaterally in upper and lower extremities. Normal stereognosis and graphesthesia.Hillcrest Workbook Answer Key EMERGENCY SERVICES ADMISSION REPORT Patient Name: Brenda C.
Seggerman Hospital No.: Date of Admission: 03/27/- - - - Emergency Room Physician: Linda L. Kingston, DO Admitting Diagnosis: Ectopic pregnancy. CHIEF COMPLAINT: The patient presents to the emergency room this morning complaining of lower abdominal pain. order on motion for summary judgment This case comes before the Court on the Motion for Summary Judgment (“Motion”) filed by Plaintiff Brenda Reeves (“Reeves”) on April 1, (docket #22), the Response thereto filed.
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Allegation Summary: A named resident had chest pain and was transferred to the local emergency department for evaluation and treatment.
The named resident stabilized at the hospital. The provider failed to allow the resident to return to the home at the time of hospital discharge.