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2015: Articles Received: 112; Accepted: 57; Rejected: 28; Published: 71; Retracted: 0
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Vol 2, No 4 (2015)
Table of Contents
|The role of plasmapheresis in adult respiratory distressed syndrome due to meningococcemia with disseminated intravascular coagulation - a case report|
|Leonidas Grigorakos, Athanasios Moles, Anastasia Alexopoulou, Zoi Psomadaki, Christos Gialamas, Heliodoros Mantzivis, Charalampos Ladakis||p1|
|Bilateral chylothorax complicating bibasilar pneumonia: A case report|
|Churchill Lukwiya Onen, Bethuel Nderingo Ndosi, Martin Sibanda, Nuru Said Omari, Jane Njeri Gitau, Richard Alasai Josiah||p4|
|Fatal pulseless electrical activity in an African American man with natural killer/T-cell leukemia/lymphoma and myocardial involvement|
|Alicia Topoll, Lalan Wilfong, Alex Pildain, Beverly Dickson, Mark Feldman||p10|
|Primary peritoneal mesothelioma: A rare cause of malignant ascites|
|Joseph William Howells, Bryan J Kantner, Joel T Abbott||p17|
|Intravenous leiomyomatosis with intracardiac extension: A case report with review of literature|
|Zhang Jin, Xin Chen, Lu Chengzhi, Wang Li||p22|
|Thrombotic microangiopathy with renal involvement: Case report and considerations on differential diagnosis and treatment|
|Marco Manganaro, Savino Sciascia, Ernesto Turello, Brigida Brezzi, Franco Dallavalle, Massimo Pini, Silvana Tedeschi, Mario Bazzan, Dario Roccatello||p27|
|Nonbacterial thrombotic endocarditis associated with chronic hypoxia and secondary polycythemia|
|Joseph W Howells, Nikhil A Huprikar, Dennis L Barnett II||p33|
|Case report of a patient with Klinefelter syndrome treated with testosterone injections presenting with thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura|
|Shira R Saul, Michael Jaker||p38|
|Advanced membrano - proliferative glomerulonephritis in a 2-month-old Nigerian male infant: A case report|
|Ogoke C.C, Okafor H. U, Uwaezuoke S.N, Ndu I.K, Okafor O.C||p42|
|Systemic silicosis associated with plasma Cell proliferation and B lymphocyte monoclonality|
|Evgeni Gershman, Amos Cohen, Mordechai Reuven Kramer, Avishay Elis||p47|
|Superior vena cava syndrome secondary to indwelling peripherally inserted perm-catheter in 33-year-old female|
|Bankim Patel, Aravindan Jearjasingam, Kunal Patel, Rupen Patel, Gaurav Agarwal||p51|
|Differential diagnosis and therapeutic limitations in a rare case of acquired factor X deficiency|
|Kaivan Vaidya, Clare Arnott, Amber Biscoe, Simon Eggleton, Timothy Brighton||p55|
|Heart transplantation from a dermatomyositis donor: Case report and review|
|Vincent Lau, Nakul Sharma, Michael CY Chan, Wayne Tymchak||p59|
|All trans retinoic acid induced hypercalcemia and diffuse alveolar hemorrhage in acute promyelocytic leukemia: Practical guidelines for diagnosis and treatment based on a case report and literature review|
|Tony Ibrahim, Geovani Faddoul, Maria Baz, Fadi Haddad, Fadi Nasr||p64|
|Multi-organ failure secondary to an aortocaval fistula-when should it be suspected?|
|Samar Medani, Frank Walker, Sean Leavey||p72|
|“Triple-triple” hit lymphoma|
|Sarah Mushtaq, Eric K. Singhi, Robert K. Stuart||p78|
|Cardiac resynchronization as rescue therapy for ventilator-dependent heart failure|
|Kevin V Burns, Ryan M Gage, Antonia E Curtin, Alan J Bank||p81|
|Foreign body presenting as a duodenal mass: Case report and literature review|
|Catherine W Chung, Zachary J Plummer, Leigh Spera, Joshua Waters, Eugene P Ceppa||p88|
|The clinical manifestations of celiac disease may present at any age: A rare case report|
|Nezih Pişkinpaşa, Mehmet Emin Pişkinpaşa, Haluk Özçelik||p96|
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