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2015 Q1: Articles Received: 32; Accepted: 10; Rejected: 10; Published: 14; Retracted: 0
2014: Articles Received: 149; Accepted: 79; Rejected: 23; Published: 83; Retracted: 0
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Vol 2, No 2 (2015)
Table of Contents
|Two contrasting outcomes of weight loss surgery: Positive impact on the heart, negative impact on the liver|
|Mohamed F Algahim, Thomas R. Lux, Joshua G. Leichman, Heinrich Taegtmeyer||p1|
|The electrocardiogram change of conus branch occlusion during right coronary artery angioplasty|
|Toshiki Kuno, Taishi Fujisawa, Yohei Numasawa, Toshiyuki Takahashi||p7|
|“Buddenbrook syndrome” - Toothache and its serious consequences|
|Ulrike Maria Müller, Madlen Uhlemann, Sabrina Wolff, Marcus Sandri, Gerhard C. Schuler||p10|
|Rheumatoid lung sine arthritis – An unusual case mimicking idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis|
|Chertoff Jason, Islam Elgendy, Ibrahim Faruqi||p14|
|Identifying atypical preeclampsia: A diagnostic challenge|
|Brittany S Cook, Maria C Bermudez, Ashlee L Smith, James Young||p18|
|Esophageal neuroendocrine tumor: A rare finding|
|Peter Hale Stein, Stuart Akerman, Rachel Tannenbaum||p22|
|Late onset ornithine transcarbamylase deficiency in a 61 year old male|
|Thomas Malfait, Gert De Schoenmakere, Filip Gallant, Hans Schepkens, Ann Van Loo, Wouter Meersseman, David Cassiman, Steven Brabant, Johannes Häberle, Wim Terryn||p26|
|Glibenclamide (glyburide) delay electrocardiographic ST-segment elevation in a diabetic patient with acute myocardial infarction|
|Ying-Chih Chen, Po-Chao Hsu, Chun-Yuan Chu, Wen-Hsien Lee, Ho-Ming Su, Tsung-Hsien Lin, Wen-Chol Voon, Wen-Ter Lai, Sheng-Hsiung Sheu||p31|
|Superior vena cava syndrome presenting as bilateral breast enlargement with “peau d’orange” skin changes|
|Gabriela Maloney, Jane James, Burnetta Herron, Marylee Braniecki||p36|
|Serratia marcescens lung abscess with review of a Japanese national inpatient database|
|Kazuko Miyakawa, Yasushi Goto, Mitushiro Sunohara, Hideo Yasunaga, Takahide Nagase||p40|
|Diagnosis and treatment of hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis in an adult patient with ehrlichiosis|
|Joel Provenzano, Timothy Kamerzell, Eyad Reda, Dana Hawkinson, Matthew Sharpe||p44|
|Aorto-right ventricular fistula: An early complication of aortic valve replacement|
|Faten Triki, Sahar Ben Kahla, Rania Hammami, Tarek Sellami, Ahmed Fkih, Dorra Abid, Leila Abid, Mourad Hentati, Imed Frikha, Samir Kammoun||p51|
|Successful surgical decortication for trapped lung in a patient with decompensated cirrhosis|
|Tripti R. Chopade, She-Yan Wong, David A. Sass, Scott W. Cowan, Nathaniel R. Evans, Jesse M. Civan||p56|
|Severe obstructive pattern mimicking an asthma exacerbation as first presentation of crack smoking: A case report|
|Thomas Galasso, Andrea Mazzetta, Valentina Conio, Elena Paracchini, Sara Surbone, Eti Maria Giulia Di Vincenzo, Isa Cerveri, Federica Meloni||p60|
|Farmer’s lung with a high CD4/CD8 ratio lymphocytic alveolitis: A case report|
|David Badovinac, Barbara Salobir, Marjeta Terčelj||p65|
|A case of Shapiro’s Syndrome in an African young man|
|Mwita Julius Chacha, Bernard Omech, Siamisang Keatlaretse, Bose Humphrey||p72|
|Severe pneumonia due to an atypical organism in an immune-competent patient|
|Kavita Pal, Ankur Girdhar, Abubakr Bajwa||p76|
|Takotsubo cardiomyopathy caused iatrogenic thyrotoxicosis|
|Lana Maričić, Sandra Makarović, Kristina Selthofer-Relatić, Krešimir Jelić, Robert Steiner||p82|
|A case of unusual etiology for thrombocytopenia in a young male|
|Najeebah A. Bade, Min-Ling L. Liu, Dalia A. Mobarek||p85|
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