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EM@3AM: Multiple Sclerosis

A 33-year-old female presents with blurry vision. She has also experienced intermittent paresthesias in her extremities and weakness. Your motor and sensory exam is normal, but you find internuclear ophthalmoplegia and an afferent pupillary defect. With these intermittent neurologic symptoms and ocular findings, what is the likely diagnosis, and what is your next step in evaluation?

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Pediatric ECG

Electrocardiograms are fun to look at: like abstract art that hangs in a fancy museum, their beauty is often in the eye of the beholder. That being said, they are a vital tool to interpret. There are several situations when the Pediatric ECG is an integral part of the evaluation.