Case Presentation

Intramural Hematoma of Esophagus After Lifting a Heavy Sack of Rice Which Mimicking Cardiovascular Disorder

1. Abstract 1.1. Introduction: We report here a case of an intramural hematoma of the esophagus. The extension of this was from cervical esophagus to lesser curvature of stomach intramural hematoma. 1.2. Case: This very rare event in older women is more common in and can be missed as cardiovascular or emergent disease of esophagus. …

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Reactive Arthritis Due to Influenza Virus in a Male Patient: A Case Report

1. Abstract Myalgias and arthralgias are a common symptom of influenza vi- ruses’ infection. Reactive arthritis due to influenza vaccination has been described. Here we report the case of a 40-year-old Greek patient with free history who suffered from reactive arthritis due to influenza A infection. He proved negative to other viral or bacterial infections …

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Condyloma Acuminata in an Infant: Case Report in a Resource Limited Setting

1.Abstract 1.1. Background: Condyloma acuminata are soft, skin colored, fleshy warts that are caused by the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV), typically HPV 6 and 11 genotypes. The disease is highly contagious, can appear singly, confluent, multiple, small or large. The incubation period may be from 1-6 months. Although anogenital warts are considered to be sexually …

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Poncet’s Disease – A Commonly Missed Diagnosis

1. AbstractOne of the rare presentations of both active pulmonary and extrapulmonary tuberculosis is polyarthropathy in the form of involvement of multiple large and small joints in the body. This reactive arthritis in tuberculosis (TB) is known as Poncet’s disease, a rare aseptic form of arthritis characterized by polyarticular impairment observed in patients with active …

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Sustained Amylasemia in a Patient with Newly Diagnosed Alcoholic Cirrhosis; “A Clinical Picture That Is Worth a Thousand Words”

1. Abstract Inflammation and distortion of the liver parenchyma leading to cirrhosis can be triggered by various causes. Alcohol is one of the commonest culprit factors among viruses, medications, toxic metals or autoimmune mechanisms. It has been observed though, that alcohol may injure not only the liver but the pancreatic tissue as well, either simultaneously …

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A Case Report of Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia Patient Cured By Homeopathy

Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL) is a cancer of lymphoid line of blood cells characterized by pallor complexion, progressive fatigue, easy bruising and bleeding, enlarged lymph nodes with bone pains. Incidents of ALL are growing globally with fatal results [1]. A demographic report published by United Nations showed that 53000 cases of ALL were recorded in …

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Management Challenges Faced and Overcome: Parotid Oncocytoma

Patients with unresectable pathologic process body part cancer live for a median of 3 years once treated with customary therapies. whereas the proof guiding cancer-directed treatment of this illness comes from clinical trial trials that have principally listed patients with sensible performance standing, some patients gift with poor clinical conditions. the most effective treatment for …

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