Cases Related To Blood Pressure - Part II Fifty year old male in emergency room complains of dizziness and headache of two hour duration. Cuff Auscultation Diagnosis Patient Chart History: Fifty year old male in emergency room complains of dizziness and headache of two hour duration. Eye examination reveals bilateral swelling of the optic nerve and retinal bleeding. Test Results: Mild elevation of blood urea nitrogen. Heart Rate: Blood Pressure: / Heart Sounds: Lung Sounds: Diagnosis What is your diagnosis? Acute Myocardial Infarction.HyperthyroidismMalignant Hypertension. Table of Contents 1Fifty year old male in emergency room complains of dizziness and headache of two hour duration. 2Male patient 30 years of age is seen in emergency room for frontal headache, sweating and palpitations. 347 year old male with severe left calf pain 4A 50 year old woman with infected cut on hand 5A 75 year old man brought to emergency room after fainting 678 year old male with shortness of breath with exertion and general fatigue. 765 year old woman referred by internist for blood pressure elevation. 8A 50 year old woman has a fainting episode standing in her home. 9A 50 year old woman complains of headaches, dizzyness and blurred vision. 10A 75 year old man with shortness of breath and chest pain on exertion Score 0 correct out of 0 attempted.