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Vol 3, No 4 (2016)
Table of Contents
|Isolated right ventricular infarction: Fatal dissection and shock requiring invasive therapies|
|Amber Makani, Claire Sullivan, Claire Sullivan, Richard Josephson, Richard Josephson||p1|
|A case of positive pregnancy test in a sexually inactive solid organ transplant recipient -- can human chorionic gonadotropin be transmitted through solid organ transplantation?|
|Mina Al-Badri, Kunam Reddy, Paru David, Raymond Heilman, Christine Snozek, Suneela Vegunta||p4|
|A formula to estimate water loss in a malnourished patient with ascites: One inch equals one kilogram|
|Sevan V Stepanian, John A. Tayek||p7|
|Thoracic aortic dissection mimicking primary hematological disorder: A case report|
|Mohamad Nazrulhisham Mad Naser, Bee Ping Chong, Noor Khairiah A. Karim||p10|
|Successful treatment of Takayasu’s arteritis in a HIV positive adult patient with long term follow up|
|Marie DeLuca, Philip A. Gruppuso, Edward J. Wing||p14|
|Black Ascites: An interesting presentation of pancreatic duct leak|
|Mustafa S Ascha, Mona Ascha, Ibrahim Hanouneh||p18|
|A rare case of pancreatic adenocarcinoma and subsequent metastatic insulinoma causing severe hypoglycemia|
|Josephine H. Li, Catherine J. Tang, James V. Hennessey||p22|
|Progressive fatigue and central cyanosis due to severe pulmonary arterial hypertension as the initial manifestation of systemic lupus erythematosus in a boy: A case report|
|Zhang Feng, Prasad Shrestha Arnav, Jinquan Lao, Bingbing Ye, Xiaofei Peng, Deo Mandal Krishna, Liu Luo, Zhifeng Cao, Yusheng Pang||p28|
|Invasive fungal infection by Cunninghamella bertholletiae in a kidney transplant patient – a dramatic report|
|Andreia Campos, Josefina Santos, Sofia Santos, Cristina Freitas, JP Pimentel, A. Cabrita, A. Castro Henriques||p32|
|Rare tumor of the spleen - case report|
|Rita Meireles, Joana Cordeiro Cunha, Violeta Iglesias, Paula Baptista||p37|
|Acute pancreatitis after upper endoscopy|
|Patrick Wu, Hope Hubbard||p41|
|A rare case of turner syndrome mosaicism in an African black woman|
|Yordanka Piña Rivera, Godfrey Mutashambara Rwegerera||p44|
|A case of neuralgic amyotrophy with contralateral recurrence|
|Kimberly L Aderhold, Lisa H Carpenter, Krysta L Brown, Ronald K Herb||p50|
|A case of secondary diabetes mellitus associated with chronic arsenic toxicity|
|John Michael Moorman, Melanie L. Boros, Daniela Ciltea, Josephine Taverna, Nairmeen Awad Haller||p55|
|Adolescent survivor of childhood Acute Myeloid Leukaemia undertakes pregnancy with a severe anthracycline induced cardiomyopathy and risk taking behaviours|
|Anne Tripaydonis, Rachel Conyers||p64|
|Aberrant left main coronary artery induced asymptomatic heart failure|
|Bankim Patel, Aravindan Jeyarajasingam, Kunal Patel, Rupen Patel, Daniel Benatar||p69|
|Catastrophic antiphospholipid syndrome (CAPS) precipitated by cardiac surgery: A case report and review of the literature|
|Shivani Jatin Gandhi, Igor Medic, Neil A. Lachant||p73|
|Acute onset heart failure due to Marfan syndrome|
|Nicholas S. Hendren, Shreya Rao, Purav Mody||p78|
|Cardiac manifestation of the huge pulmonary mass simulating ST-elevation myocardial infarction|
|Nancy Wassef, Sarah Dorrington, George Pulikal||p84|
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Case Reports in Internal Medicine
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