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  • Tami seems happier than I have ever seen her. She stands confidently in the sunshine, her long white gown ruffling in the breeze. It is not just the fact that she is a bride on her wedding day that makes her beautiful. She actually has radiance about her, in her face, in her step, and especially in her laughter. And it is very inspiring to see her in this way. A few years ago, Tami first came to see me for her long-term debilitating fatigue. It seemed to start 13 years prior, just after a bout with a serious flu with characteristics of infectious mononucleosis. Even at...

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  • Definition and Differential Diagnosis PRCA is characterized by anemia, reticulocytopenia, and absent or rare erythroid precursor cells in the bone marrow. The classification of PRCA is shown in Table 102-4. In adults, PRCA is acquired. An identical syndrome can occur constitutionally: Diamond-Blackfan anemia, or congenital PRCA, is diagnosed at birth or in early childhood and often responds to glucocorticoid treatment; a minority of patients have etiologic mutations in a ribosomal RNA processing gene called RPS19.

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  • Most people who appear to have some of the classic physical features of Cushing's Syndrome (cushingoid appearance) do not actually have the disease. After iatrogenic Cushing's is excluded, other causes of this appearance cn be polycystic ovary syndrome (androgen excess from the ovaries), ovarian tumors, congenital adrenal hyperplasia, ordinary obesity, excessive alcohol consumption, or just a family tendency to have a round face and abdomen with high blood pressure and high blood sugar.

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  • Tuyển tập các báo cáo nghiên cứu về y học được đăng trên tạp chí y học Wertheim cung cấp cho các bạn kiến thức về ngành y đề tài: Non-invasive neurosensory testing used to diagnose and confirm successful surgical management of lower extremity deep distal posterior compartment syndrome...

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  • Lesions associated with left to right shunt, such as AVSD, cause high pulmonary blood flow and congestive cardiac failure. The normal physiological response to high pulmonary blood flow is for the pulmonary vascular resistance to increase. With time, the pulmonary vascular resistance will exceed the systemic vascular resistance, and the flow across the shunt will reverse (Eisenmenger’s syndrome).

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  • This book is aimed specifically at medical practitioners in primary care who require a quick guide to help diagnose and manage genital problems. As such this is not a comprehensive text but a prompt to “what to do next” when faced with a patient presenting with a genital complaint. A list of reference textbooks is provided in Further Reading and I would suggest you have at least one of these available for perusing at a more leisurely pace at a later time.

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  • Harrison's Internal Medicine Chapter 113. Introduction to Infectious Diseases: Host–Pathogen Interactions Host–Pathogen Interactions: Introduction Despite decades of dramatic progress in their treatment and prevention, infectious diseases remain a major cause of death and debility and are responsible for worsening the living conditions of many millions of people around the world. Infections frequently challenge the physician's diagnostic skill and must be considered in the differential diagnoses of syndromes affecting every organ system.

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  • The growing worldwide epidemic of metabolic syndrome and other chronic degenerative diseases continues to expand, with a rapid decrease in the age at which they are being diagnosed (Guarnieri et al.; 2010; Hsueh & Wyne, 2011). Metabolic syndrome is a multifactorial disorder, strongly influenced by several lifestyle factors, with symptoms clustering on abnormalities that include obesity, hypertension, dyslipidemia, glucose intolerance and insulin resistance (Guarnieri et al.; 2010; Tanaka et al.; 2006).

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  • Table 14-2 Differential Diagnoses of Abdominal Pain by Location Right Quadrant Upper Epigastric Left Quadrant Upper Cholecystitis Peptic disease ulcer Splenic infarct Cholangitis Gastritis Splenic rupture Pancreatitis GERD Splenic abscess Pneumonia/empyema Pancreatitis Gastritis Pleurisy/pleurodynia Myocardial infarction Gastric ulcer Subdiaphragmatic abscess Pericarditis Pancreatitis Hepatitis Ruptured aortic aneurysm Subdiaphragmatic abscess Budd-Chiari syndrome Esophagitis Right Quadrant Lower Periumbilical Left Quadrant Lower Appendicitis Early app...

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  • Infections, especially extrapulmonary tuberculosis, remain the leading diagnosable cause of FUO. Prolonged mononucleosis syndromes caused by Epstein-Barr virus, cytomegalovirus (CMV), or HIV are conditions whose consideration as a cause of FUO is sometimes confounded by delayed antibody responses. Intraabdominal abscesses (sometimes poorly localized) and renal, retroperitoneal, and paraspinal abscesses continue to be difficult to diagnose. Renal malacoplakia, with submucosal plaques or nodules involving the urinary tract, may cause FUO and is often fatal if untreated.

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  • Hereditary Nonpolyposis Colon Cancer Hereditary nonpolyposis colon cancer (HNPCC), also known as Lynch syndrome, is another autosomal dominant trait. It is characterized by the presence of three or more relatives with histologically documented colorectal cancer, one of whom is a first-degree relative of the other two; one or more cases of colorectal cancer diagnosed before age 50 in the family; and colorectal cancer involving at least two generations. In contrast to polyposis coli, HNPCC is associated with an unusually high frequency of cancer arising in the proximal large bowel.

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  • Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation DIC is a clinicopathologic syndrome characterized by widespread intravascular fibrin formation in response to excessive blood protease activity that overcomes the natural anticoagulant mechanisms. DIC is associated with several underlying pathologies (Table 110-2). The most common causes are bacterial sepsis, malignant disorders such as solid tumors or acute promyelocytic leukemia (APL), and obstetric causes. DIC is diagnosed in almost half of pregnant women with abruptio placentae or with amniotic fluid embolism.

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  • Exfoliative Toxins and the Staphylococcal Scalded-Skin Syndrome The exfoliative toxins are responsible for SSSS. The toxins that produce disease in humans are of two serotypes: ETA and ETB. These toxins disrupt the desmosomes that link adjoining cells. Although the mechanism of this disruption remains uncertain, studies suggest that the toxins possess serine protease activity, which—through undefined mechanisms—triggers exfoliation.

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  • The enormous consumption of antibiotics for these illnesses has contributed to the rise in antibiotic resistance among common community-acquired pathogens such as Streptococcus pneumoniae—a trend that in itself has had an enormous influence on public health. Although most URIs are caused by viruses, distinguishing patients with primary viral infection from those with primary bacterial infection is difficult. Signs and symptoms of bacterial and viral URIs are, in fact, indistinguishable.

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  • Despite decades of dramatic progress in their treatment and prevention, infectious diseases remain a major cause of death and debility and are responsible for worsening the living conditions of many millions of people around the world. Infections frequently challenge the physician's diagnostic skill and must be considered in the differential diagnoses of syndromes affecting every organ system.

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  • There is no known safe amount of alcohol consumption during pregnancy. Fetal alcohol syndrome is a preventable birth defect characterized by growth restriction, facial abnormalities and central nervous dysfunction. Many more babies, however, are diagnosed with fetal alcohol effect, which is a lesser degree of the syndrome. Fetuses of women who ingest six drinks per day are at a 40 percent risk of developing some features of the fetal alcohol syndrome (5;9).

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