Our presentation was on the Galeazzi (gal-ee-et-see) fracture. This fracture typically occurs from a FOOSH (fall on outstretched hand) with or without rotation. Not only is the Galeazzi a fracture of the radius, but it also includes the dislocation of the ulnar head dorsally. After presenting what was informationally equivalent to SOAP note, I feel much more confident about how to treat a fracture like this.
Surprisingly, many people in our class presented on pedal injuries of some sort. Some of these x-rays were from people we knew or even family members. But the best part of all the presentations was the people who made it fun. There were a few groups that took their presentations above and beyond but one group acted out their injury. Since their whole group was made of girls, they even had one of their group members pretend to be a guy who was playing baseball while he broke his finger. Needless to say, this presentation day was very memorable.