Sophia Gorgens, MD

Residency: Zucker School of Medicine-Northwell at North Shore/Long Island Jewish
Medical school: Emory University School of Medicine

Hematuria, while a common presentation to the ED, can have myriad causes. Some of those causes, such as a ruptured AAA and tuberculosis, can be life-threatening if not recognized. When working up a pa
Knee dislocations are a true orthopedic emergency and require immediate imaging and reduction. Even with non-operative management, a return to full activity takes months of physical therapy and rehabi
From unexplained syncopal events to undiagnosed palpitations, there are many cardiac conditions where patients benefit from closer monitoring. Unlike the more invasive implantable cardiac defibrillato
Disaster medicine is a growing niche in emergency medicine. Two experts in the field, Paul Auerbach, MD, MS, FACEP, and Thomas Kirsch, MD, MPH, FACEP, share insights in this Q-and-A.
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