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Vol 3, No 3 (2016)
Table of Contents
|Shiitake dermatitis in a 5-year old boy: First pediatric case report|
|Philip Johnson, Aimee Arits, Yvan Vandenplas||p1|
|Deep cerebral vein thrombosis due to iron deficiency anemia: A case report|
|Nao Nishida, Yoshimasa Sueda, Tomomi Kanbara, Takashi Kurashige, Tsuyoshi Torii||p4|
|Septic pulmonary emboli from mitral valve endocarditis in a patient with repaired tetralogy of fallot|
|Aniket S. Rali, Arun Iyer, Claire Sullivan, James Strainic, Brian Hoit||p7|
|Arterial thromboembolism in a young woman with occult dilated cardiomyopathy|
|Alicia Topoll, Jordan Owens, Jorge Cheirif, J. Mark Pool, Mark Feldman||p12|
|Biochemical munchausen’s - a “baffling” case of recurrent hypokalemia and lactic acidosis - secondary to surreptitious salbutamol abuse in a 36-year-old female|
|Cameron Chen, Udayan Ray, Glenn Jacobson, Michael Smillie, Neville Jordan, Richard Yu||p17|
|Incidentally diagnosed renal cancer following investigation for new-onset hyperglycemia|
|Yukinori Harada, Yuuta Hara||p22|
|The advantages and limitations of echocardiography in a unique presentation of double-sided endocarditis from intravenous drug use|
|Ben Alencherry, Claire Sullivan, Brian Hoit||p26|
|Thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura associated with Klebsiella pneumonia in the background of alcoholic liver cirrhosis|
|Satoshi Ichikawa, Keiju Sasaki, Taro Takahashi, Masaki Hayakawa, Masanori Matsumoto, Hideo Harigae||p30|
|Refractory hypercalcemia: Unusual presentation for diffuse large B cell lymphoma|
|Dhiraj Yadav, Ranjit Kumar Chaudhary, Mohammad Muhsin Chisti||p36|
|Vancomycin extravasation: Evaluation, treatment, and avoidance of this adverse drug event|
|Vincent Peyko, Evan Sasson||p40|
|Chemotherapy and extreme exercise: A potentially dangerous combination|
|Shivani Jatin Gandhi, Satyajeet Roy||p44|
|Metastatic cutaneous epithelioid hemangioendothelioma involving right atrium - a case report|
|Sandy Mpho Mosenye, Rahul Daimari, Neha Sharma, Princess Lelani Chikanda, Feng Zhou, Godfrey Mutashambara Rwegerera||p47|
|Refractory bleeding from ectopic varices stopped by percutaneous transhepatic portal vein recanalization and stenting||PDF () PDF|
|Guido Poggi, Cesare Massa Saluzzo, Benedetta Montagna, Chiara Picchi, Francesco Salerno||p52|
|Acute ophthalmoplegia without ataxia associated with anti-GQ1b antibody in a Chinese Gentleman|
|Helen LK Yip, MC Kwan, WK Cheng, WY Lau||p55|
|Unusual case of stable dense deposit disease over 20 years|
|Satyanarayana R Vaidya, Chandana R Bhavanam, Ananda R Gurram||p57|
|Acute myocardial infarction in a 17-year-old Bangladeshi boy-possibility of existence of a Bangladeshi paradox|
|Prabir Kumar Das, F. Hossain, M.R. Karim||p62|
|Posterior reversible leukoencephalopathy syndrome (PRES) as a complication of ozone injections for chronic pain|
|Sarah H Sofka, Troy M Krupica||p65|
|Drug refractory faciobrachial dystonic seizures successfully treated with multiple apheresis|
|Madhu S Jasti, Sandipan Pati, Vinusha Yarlagadda||p69|
|Congenital agenesis of inferior vena cava as a rare cause of deep vein thrombosis: Case report and review of the literature|
|Haritha Ackula, Kailash Mosalpuria, Pavankumar Tandra||p74|
|Babesia parasitemia causing splenic infarction: A review of the literature|
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Case Reports in Internal Medicine
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