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Vol 2, No 1 (2015)
Table of Contents
|Coronary artery fistulas: A case presentation and literature review|
|Mark Chou, Helme Silvet, Gaurav Tyagi||p1|
|Pulmonary hamartoma with low FDG uptake: A case report|
|Gulfidan Cakmak, Tuba Selcuk, Yildiray Savas||p7|
|Lung fibrosis, bone marrow fibrosis and liver cirrhosis: A Short Telomere Syndrome or a casual association?|
|Lucia Carulli, Claudia Anzivino, Marco Bertolotti, Paola Loria, Luca Richeldi, Stefania Cerri||p11|
|Migration of a self expandable metallic stent in malignant esophageal-pleural fistula - A complication that needs active surveillance|
|Neeraj Singla, Monica Gupta, Sanjay D Cruz, Ravinder Kaur||p19|
|Celiac disease association with other autoimmune disorders: Three case reports|
|Dorottya Kocsis, Melinda Csaplár, Eszter Jócsák, Péter Pák, Zsuzsanna Tóth, Pál Miheller, László Herszényi, Miklós Tóth, Zsolt Tulassay, Mark Juhasz||p23|
|Flavimonas oryzihabitans bacteremia and concomitant pleural tuberculosis|
|Ana Pando-Sandoval, Miguel Angel-Ariza, Marta Garcia-Clemente, Herminia Buchelli-Ramirez, Claudia Madrid, Aleida Martínez-Zapico, Pere Casan||p30|
|A misleading case of encephalitis in cirrhotic diabetic patient: The importance of early diagnosis|
|Mauro Rigato, Nicola Vitturi, Angelo Avogaro||p33|
|Medical management to full recovery in patients with severe ischemic cardiomyopathy|
|Nicole M. Fesel, Sara Y. Narveson, Sarah L. Marconi, Laszlo Littmann||p36|
|An elderly lady with an inspiratory stridor|
|A. Matthes, R. Breumelhof, E. van Beeck Calkoen, K.J. van Everdingen, Lenneke E.M. Haas||p39|
|ST-elevation myocardial infarction due to acute occlusion of the right coronary artery and con- comitant very late stent thrombosis in the left circumflex artery|
|Henryk Dreger, Karl Stangl, Martin Möckel||p41|
|Idiopathic chronic polyserositis with massive ascites responding to colchicine in an adult: A case report|
|Marta Fernández-Ayala, Miguel F Carrascosa, José R Salcines-Caviedes, Miguel A Gonzalez-Gay||p44|
|Illusory lower limb levitation and involuntary moving toes following herpes zoster myelitis.|
|Clara de Andrés, Silvia Sánchez-Ramón, M Luisa Martínez-Barriga, Yasmina El Berdey||p52|
|Isolated intestinal manifestation of graft-versus-host disease following renal transplantation|
|Michael Praktiknjo, Dominik Boes, Michael Majores, Christian Strassburg, Rainer Woitas||p56|
|Obstructive sleep apnea, CPAP treatment and bradyarrhythmias: close relationship or simple coincidence? A brief review based on case series|
|Large negative U waves associated with hypokalemia|
|Brian A. Dalrymple, Laszlo Littmann||p69|
|Thymic neuroendocrine tumor in a patient with multiple endocrine neoplasia type I : The limitations of surveillance|
|Kimberly C Zibert, Curtis J Hobbs||p73|
|Optical coherence tomography evaluating unstable coronary plaques: A case report|
|Jinchuan Yan, Cuiping Wang, Wei Yuan||p77|
|Rare case of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma in a patient with multiple hyperplastic colon polyps|
|Padmavathi Mali, Sudheer Muduganti, Chukwunyelu Enwezor||p83|
|Crescentic glomerulonephritis in a patient with neuromyelitis optica (Devic´s syndrom)|
|Dominik Bös, Michael Praktiknjo, Winfried Willinek, Joachim Velden, Rainer Woitas||p86|
|Incidental finding of a persistent sciatic artery aneurysm|
|Craig Nightingale, Kapil Sahnan, Nadeem Qazi, Kaji Sritharan||p92|
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Case Reports in Internal Medicine
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