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Sep 14, 2017

A 15 year old male patient is coming to your emergency department complaining of pain in his right testicle. He said the pain began 6 hours ago, mid sleep, and threw up before arriving to the ED. 

Physical exam shows a t
ender, swollen, and slightly elevated right testicle. The cremasteric reflex is absent. 

The patient is unable to go to the OR immediately.

What do you do next? Listen to find out!

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