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2015 Q2: Articles Received: 20; Accepted: 11; Rejected: 8; Published: 16; Retracted: 0
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2014: Articles Received: 149; Accepted: 79; Rejected: 23; Published: 83; Retracted: 0
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Vol 2, No 3 (2015)
Table of Contents
|Severe knee pain related to statin treatment – not to be confused with osteoarthritis of the knee|
|Shelly NY Malnick, Peleg Ben Galim, Stephen DH Malnick||p1|
|Coma blisters after a syncope episode|
|Gabriela Maloney, Xin Liu, Drew Taylor, Marylee Braniecki||p5|
|Klebsiella liver abscess with multiple septic emboli|
|Jameela Al Salman, Rawan Al Agha||p8|
|Chylous joint effusion: A rare entity that mimics septic arthritis|
|P.E. Borges, M.Carolina Franco, S. Recuero, O. Sánchez-Pernaute||p13|
|Vaccination induced rotator cuff tear: A case report|
|Alexander J. Egol, Kari J. Broder, Eric J. Strauss||p18|
|Elevation of troponin T in mechanical ventilated patient with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis|
|A. Graziani, E. Del Giudice, M. Casmiro, G. Pontone, A. Lanzi, F. Mirici Cappa, G. Francesco Stefanini, Pierpaolo Casalini, Flavia Tani||p22|
|Supraventricular tachycardia as the initial presentation of bacterial infective endocarditis: A rare case report|
|wei tsung wu, Hung-Ling Huang, Ho-Ming Su, Tsung-Hsien Lin, Kun-Tai Lee, Sheng-Hsiung Sheu, Po-Chao Hsu||p26|
|Hepatits E presenting as acalculous cholecystitis|
|Stefania Chetcuti Zammit, Neville Azzopardi, Edgar Pullicino||p30|
|Gastric ulcer caused by immunoglobulin G4-related diseases: a case report|
|Xiaowen Li, Songbai Zheng, Li Xiao, Daming Shen, Danian Ji||p35|
|Topical fig sap induced phytophotodermatitis to eradicate molluscum contagiosum and flat warts|
|Robert Daniel Hoffman||p40|
|Extragonadal yolk sac tumor (endodermal sinus tumor) presenting with biliary tract obstruction in a woman|
|Alicia Topoll, Lalan S Wilfong, Dale O'Dell, MARK FELDMAN||p44|
|Chemotherapy induced inflammation due to cosmetic oils: a case report|
|Yasmin Hassoun, Nabil J Khoury, Hind Rafei, Alain Mina, Arafat Tfayli||p49|
|Advanced hydroxychloroquine maculopathy against medical advice|
|Michael N. Cohen, Bryan K. Hong, Richard S. Kaiser||p52|
|A rare case of subcutaneous zygomycosis on the neck of an immunocompetent patient|
|Maria Verónica Avendaño, Scarlett Andreina Contreras, Chetan Yuoraj Dhoble, Alvaro Rafael Camacho, Mariangeles Medina, Kana Riza Amari||p57|
|Autoimmune pancreatitis associated to renal and aortic involvement: 3.0-TESLA magnetic resonance imaging in diagnosis and follow-up|
|Rossella Graziani, Paoletta Preatoni, Silvia Carrara, Alessandro Zerbi, Giovanna Lo Bue, Luca Balzarini||p63|
|Congenital bicuspid aortic valve: steps toward providing an answer to the question of antibiotic endocarditis prophylaxis|
|Aaron M. Wolfson, Jeanne M. DeCara, Marion A. Hofmann Bowman||p73|
|An uncommon pattern of oesophageal cancer presentation|
|Aderemi Oluyemi, Adekunle Adeyomoye||p77|
|Trastuzumab induced diastolic heart failure|
|Haoyi Zheng, Alex Reyentovich, Mary Lynn Nierodizik, Stuart David Katz||p81|
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