Finding Cases

How to use the search and filter functions to find the cases you're looking for.

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Written by James Cullinane
Updated over a week ago

The ReelDx library contains over 700 real patient cases, covering 1000+ topics. With such an extensive selection of cases, there's plenty to explore! We have several search and filter functions that can help you home in on the topics that are most relevant to your curriculum.

Search

The search box allows users to search for cases based on symptom, diagnosis, or other key terms. ReelDx starts to look for matches as soon as you start entering any alphanumeric character, including case numbers. For example, here’s the first few results when you enter ‘rash’.

Below the search is a checkbox "Only cases with other media." When checked, this further limits the results to only those cases that include other photos, diagnostic results, and supplementary videos in the Actual Outcomes drawers. The cases will show additional Icons on the main screen, as illustrated below.

There are also two additional checkboxes to refine your search "Only cases with a physical exam" and "Only cases with a procedure".

Sort

Use the Case # or Published buttons to sort cases in ascending or descending order by case number or date of publication.

Filter

Several additional filters have been provided to help quickly identify and locate case(s) within the library.

1 - Demographics

Chronological Age allows for filtered results based on age range. The blue slider permits you to limit results beyond general patient age category to a specific numerical age in days, weeks, months or years.

  • Years (0-110)

  • Months (0-24)

  • Weeks (0-24)

  • Days (0-30)

2 - Organ System

3 - Location

4 - APN Curriculum

5 - CoAEMSP Curriculum

6 - Medical Specialty

7 - ReelDx Libraries

If you're having any difficulty finding the cases you need, please reach out to us at support@reeldx.com. We're happy to help you find exactly what you're looking for.

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