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Case reports are scientific documentation of divergent genre of aspects such as detailed report of a patient, unexpected association between diseases or symptoms, unexpected event in the course of observing or treating a patient and literature review of other reported cases. Case reports epitomize important study designs in advancing medical scientific knowledge especially of rare diseases.

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2020-01-06 Case Report

A case study on Erdheim ‐ Chester Disease

Jakob Erdheim and Harald Koeck*

Abstract

In this brief essay, Harald Koeck offers an introduction to Professor Jakob Erdheim, an eminent pathologist of Vienna. Koeck is an independent researcher at different Pathology Departments (Department of Pathology St. Poelten with Prof. Hans Bank MD, Department of Pathology M...

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2019-12-23 Case Report

Orgasmic coitus triggered stillbirth via placental abruption: A case report

Márta Zsoldos, Márton Vezér, Henriette Pusztafalvi, Bianka Pencz, Dora Hargitai and Attila Pajor*

Summary

Sexual activity during healthy pregnancy is safe. There are little data on how coital activity affects outcome of the high-risk pregnancies. Hereby we report a case demonstrating that orgasmic coitus triggered placental abruption resulting in preterm stillbirth.

A 38...

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2019-12-06 Letter to the Editor

Achievement of cure following allogeneic HSCT with Flu-Bu regimen in a patient with severe mycosis fungoides and Sezary Syndrome

Mahmut Yeral*

Letter to Editor

Experience with allogeneic hematopoietic stem cell transplantation (HSCT) in mycosis fungoides/Sezary syndrome (MF/SS) is limited to a small number of case reports and case series [1,2]. The advantage of allogeneic HSCT has been indicated in progressive dise...

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2019-12-06 Case Report

Scraping cytology and scanning electron microscopy in diagnosis and therapy of corneal ulcer by mycobacterium infection

Del Prete Salvatore, Marasco Daniela1, Del Prete Antonio, Meloni Marisa, Capaldi Roberto, Grumetto Lucia and Russo Giacomo*

Purpose: This work is aimed at demonstrating that scraping cytology and scanning electron microscopy can successfully assist in the diagnosis of nontuberculous mycobacteria infection. For this purpose, we report the use of both these techniques in the diagnosis of cornel ulcer in...

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2019-11-20 Case Report

Foley catheter balloon tamponade as a method of controlling iatrogenic pulmonary artery bleeding in redo thoracic surgery

Marcus Taylor*, Muhammad Asghar Nawaz, Ozhin Karadakhy, Denish Apparau, Kandadai Rammohan and Paul Waterworth

Background: Pulmonary artery bleeding secondary to iatrogenic injury is a troublesome intraoperative complication. The likelihood of encountering this complication is significantly higher in redo surgery for a number of reasons, including distortion of anatomical structures, a...

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2019-11-20 Case Report

Treatment of autoimmune hemolytic anemia with erythropoietin: A case report

Juan P Ovalle, Estefanía M Orozco, Laura C Pedraza, María C Barrera, Renato A Guzmán* and Dormar D Barrios M

In this article, we describe the case of a fifty-year-old patient with autoimmune hemolytic anemia (AIHA) with constitutional symptoms, jaundice, unquantified fever and progressive dyspnea. The patient had history of smoking and Hepatitis A and following a physical exam she was found in a regu...

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2019-11-19 Case Report

Patellar fractures in children

Mohammed Shabeer*, Nasir Muzaffar and Sameh Abdalla

We describe a rare case of patellar fracture in a seven year old girl. The case was reviewed for various aspects such as clinical diagnosis, imaging tests and most suitable treatment.

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2019-10-16 Case Report

Intestinal malrotation presenting with midgut volvulus in an adult

Marta Alberich Prats*, Ricard Frago Montanuy and Sebastiano Biondo Aglio

A 36-year-old man without previous medical history presented to the emergency department with abdominal pain and vomiting of acute onset. His vital signs were stable and he had no fever. Abdominal exploration revealed distention with pain at palpation. Laboratory tests were normal. Abdominal X...

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2019-10-02 Case Report

Fatal agranulocytosis associated with Metamizole treatment in a 16-year-old girl

Packo Dieu-le-veut Saint-Cyr Sylvestre*, Nanho Danho Clotaire, N’dhatz Comoe Emeraude, Boidy Kouakou, Camengo Police Serge Magloire, Diakite Mamady, Mbelesso Pascal and Koffi Kouassi Gustave

Agranulocytosis is one of the common reasons of consultation in hematology. It’s life-threatening because of an infection risk. The metamizole is a drug, known for its potential rare danger of inducing a severe agranulocytosis. However, it remains widely used because of its beneficial effect...

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2019-09-30 Case Report

Automatic heartbeat monitoring system

Franchini Roberto*

The proliferation and popularity of open source hardware and software, such as Arduino and Raspberry PI, together with IoT and Embedded System, has brought the health industry to rapid evolution, creating portable and low-cost medical devices for monitoring vital signals. Electrocardiographic ...

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