A 91-year-old man with bilateral hip prosthesis after coxarthrosis, went to the Emergency Room due to an accidental fall in his home. Two days later he started to notice pain in the right pelvic region and difficulty in standing. On physical examination, there was no alteration in the state of consciousness or neurological deficit.
Ruth was a 54-year-old woman with a malignant tumor for which she received treatment with a tyrosine kinase inhibitors. She was having the drug for a month without a problem. But one day she started with diarrhea, confusion and agitation.
A 65-year-old woman went to Medical Oncology with upper left abdominal pain and on the left shoulder. He had been suffering from this pain for about 6 months before a road accident, but had increased in the last month, without nausea or vomiting. Three years earlier she had a diagnosis of colon adenocarcinoma, but there were no data of recurrence in the last visit.
A 74-year-old woman went to the emergency room for lower extremity pain. There were no pathological data except for arthroscopic deformities in the knees. Analgesic treatment was indicated with an opioid drug.