Background: The coexistence of giant cell tumor (GCT) and metacarpal bone tuberculosis (TB) of the hand has never been described before in the English written literature. We report here a first observation.
Complete Percutaneous Management of Lutembacher Syndrome with Severe Pulmonary Hypertension in a Middle Aged Indian Female: Is this the Magic Wand?
Lutembacher syndrome is a combination of ostium secundum atrial septal defect with acquired rheumatic mitral stenosis.
Isolated Right Ventricular Myocardial Infarction: An Orphan in Acute Coronary Syndrome Imaging
Introduction: Isolated right ventricular myocardial infarction is an uncommon entity in the spectrum of acute coronary syndrome. It is often overlooked during the assessment of patients suspected to have acute coronary syndrome.
CCK-2/Gastrin-R Immunodistribution in a Solid Pseudopapillary Pancreatic Tumor: A Case Report of a 28-Years-Old North African Woman
The presence of a large bulky pancreatic tumour in a young female should raise suspicions of the diagnosis of solid-pseduopapillary tumour of the pancreas.
Pasteurella Canis as a Cause of Septic Arthritis and Soft Tissue Infection after Sheep Bite: A Case Report
Pasteurella spp is the first organisms to consider in any patient who presents with a soft tissue infection following cat or dog bites.
Choledochal Cyst in a Female Adult Asymptomatic Patient: Review of the Literature
Cystic disease of the bile duct is a congenital abnormality of the biliary tree that most commonly affects the neonatal population, and is uncommon after childhood, it is rarely diagnosed in adults.
Accidental Acute Poisoning of two Children by Paracetamol-Codeine (1000 Mg/60 Mg) Association - A Case Report
Paracetamol is one of the most used drugs in the world. We report here two cases of children poisoning (less than 3 years old) who were accidentally administered an adult form of rectal suppository containing a combination of paracetamol-codeine (1000 mg/60 mg). The first child received a dose of 154 mg /kg of paracetamol and 9 mg/kg of codeine two times daily for 2 days. Clinical signs were vomiting and epigastric abdominal pains.
Differently Abled People and Their Life
Background: Being differently abled is a complex phenomenon and also concept of disability has shifted from individual impairment to social phenomenon.
Objective: Present simple review is to get information for planning services and to share.
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