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Letter by Spence Regarding Article, "Serum Potassium Is Positively Associated With Stroke and Mortality in the Large, Population-Based Malmö Preventive Project Cohort".


Letter by Rasmussen et al Regarding Article, "Anesthesia-Related Outcomes for Endovascular Stroke Revascularization: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis".

Subthalamotomy for Parkinson's disease: clinical outcome and topography of lesions.

Subthalamotomy is an effective alternative for the treatment of Parkinson's disease (PD). However, uncertainty about the optimal target location and the possibility of inducing haemichorea-ballism have limited its application. We assessed the correlation between the topography of radiofrequency-based lesions of the subthalamic nucleus (STN) with motor improvement and the emergence of haemichorea-ballism.


CSF ferritin predicts CSF Aβ decline in biomarker-determined Alzheimer's disease.

Inguinoscrotal herniation of a caecal adenocarcinoma.

An 84-year-old man with multiple comorbidities presented from a residential care home with a 1-month history of asthenia and moderate abdominal pain. On examination, he was found to have an irreducible right-sided inguinoscrotal hernia. Subsequent blood tests revealed a significant anaemia (haemoglobin 48 g/L), for which he was transfused. A CT scan of the abdomen and pelvis revealed a large caecal tumour, herniating through the right inguinal canal into the scrotum. The patient underwent an elective open...

Acute pancreatitis following oesophagogastroduodenoscopy.

Acute pancreatitis is a well-recognised complication of endoscopic procedures like endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography but not oesophagogastroduodenoscopy (OGD). I report a case of a 33-year-old woman, admitted with severe epigastric pain and vomiting 2 hours after an elective OGD for evaluation of chronic gastrointestinal symptoms. Pancreatitis was diagnosed on the basis of elevated lipase (40 790 U/L; normal 11-82) and findings on imaging studies. Other common causes of acute pancreatitis...

Pleural lipoma clinically mimicking the presentation of superior sulcus tumour upon initial evaluation.

Here we present a case of a large pleural lipoma which presented with paresthesias of the hand. This is an unusual presentation of an uncommon tumour.

An uncommon diagnosis for a recurrent erythematous patch in a paediatric patient.

A 14-year-old girl presented with a circular erythematous patch over the left buttock for approximately 10 years, with ongoing ulceration and papules developing over the last 4 years. Punch biopsies were taken within and above the patch for diagnosis. Both revealed marked inflammatory infiltrates with atypical, irregular lymphocytes and increased mitosis. Immunostaining revealed CD8 positivity and a pan T helper cell phenotype. T cell receptor gene rearrangement analysis showed T cell clonality in both biop...

Fat embolism: a rare cause of perioperative renal transplant dysfunction.

Fat embolism is a recognised complication of bony injury and orthopaedic surgery, commonly involving the long bones and pelvis. We report on the case of a 68-year-old renal transplant recipient who developed acute kidney injury following surgical stabilisation of metastatic carcinoma of the acetabulum and replacement of the proximal femur. A CT renal angiogram demonstrated a large fat embolus in the inferior vena cava (IVC) and left iliac veins below the level of IVC filter, with impaired renal perfusion. T...

Necrotising pneumonia caused by non-PVL Staphylococcus aureus with 2-year follow-up.

Necrotising pneumonia (NP) is a rare but life-threatening complication of pulmonary infection. It is characterised by progressive necrosis of lung parenchyma with cavitating foci evident upon radiological investigation. This article reports the case of a 52-year-old woman, immunocompetent healthcare professional presenting to Accident and Emergency with NP and Staphylococcus aureus septicaemia. The cavitating lesion was not identified on initial chest X-ray leading to a delay in antimicrobial optimisation. ...

Development of forced normalisation psychosis with ethosuximide.

A 50-year-old man with known multidrug resistant coexistent focal and generalised epilepsy was commenced on ethosuximide, with normalisation of his electroencephalogram and cessation of absence seizures. Within 3 weeks, he developed a rapidly worsening paranoid psychosis with visual and olfactory hallucinations. A month after the cessation of ethosuximide and concurrent treatment with olanzapine, his psychosis resolved and permitted reinitiation of ethosuximide at a lower dose without recurrence of psycho...

Pulmonary embolism caused by thrombin-based haemostatic matrix.

Treating patients with brain metastases has evolved: scalp-sparing, hippocampal avoidance whole brain radiotherapy with simultaneous integrated boost.

Clinical examination and X-ray: an old approach to a current problem.

One long umbilical cord, four nuchal cord loops and a true knot.

Lingual dyskinesia in hyperthyroidism.

Double duodenal perforation following foreign body ingestion.

Intentional ingestion of a foreign body in adults is a rare clinical presentation. This case is one of a 27-year-old Sudanese man who presented having swallowed a ballpoint pen intentionally. Clinical examination and plain chest radiograph exhibited no signs indicative of perforation with only a raised C reactive protein identified on blood tests. Subsequent gastroscopy revealed that the pen had simultaneously perforated the duodenum at both D1 and D3 requiring removal via a laparotomy. The patient fully re...

Interhemispheric subdural and subarachnoid haemorrhage in a patient with amphetamine-induced vasculitis.

Hypersomatotropism induced secondary polycythaemia leading to spontaneous pituitary apoplexy resulting in cure of acromegaly and remission of polycythaemia: 'The virtuous circle'.

A young man with subtle clinical features suggestive of hypersomatotropism presented with acute-onset severe headache. Relevant investigations confirmed polycythaemia and growth hormone (GH)-secreting pituitary macroadenoma with apoplexy. Secondary polycythaemia and myeloproliferative disorders were ruled out. At follow-up after 3 months, resolution of polycythaemia and acromegaly was observed, evident on normal haemoglobin levels, a normocellular marrow, and normal insulin-like growth factor-1 (IGF-1) wi...

Perineal aggressive angiomyxoma in a menopausal woman.

Aggressive angiomyxoma (AA) is an uncommon mesenchymal tumour that is principally located in the soft tissues of the pelvis and perineum of young women. The primary features of this benign tumour are a local invasion, a high local recurrence rate and non-specific local clinical signs. We describe the case of a 58-year-old woman, initially treated for a Bartholin's cyst. Histological examination indicated the presence of an AA. The MRI showed a 7 cm soft tissue mass extending from the lateral wall of the v...

Catastrophic catheter-induced coronary artery vasospasm successfully rescued using intravascular ultrasound imaging guidance.

A 46-year-old man underwent coronary angiography for stable angina. He developed inferior ST-segment myocardial infarction during the angiography. Intravascular ultrasound (IVUS) findings suggested coronary vasospasm. Intracoronary administration of isosorbide dinitrate restored the coronary flow. This case illustrates the essential role IVUS imaging played in establishing the diagnosis of catheter-induced coronary vasospasm.

Novel use of a trabecular metal spacer in the treatment of a long-standing ulnar fracture non-union.

The use of trabecular metal (TM) implants in spine and joint surgery is well documented. However, their use has yet to be reported as an alternative to either allograft or autograft in the management of fracture non-unions. We present our experience in using a TM implant for treating a patient with a long-standing ulnar fracture non-union. Excision of devitalised bone resulted in a 17 mm defect which the TM implant was used to infill. The defect was then bridged with a locking plate. At 2-year clinical an...

Type and frequency of side effects during PC6 acupuncture: observations from therapists and patients participating in clinical efficacy trials of acupuncture.

Many therapists practise PC6 acupuncture for emesis (nausea and vomiting) during pregnancy, different cancer therapies, palliative care, after surgery, or to induce relaxing effects in general. Knowledge of side effects is central to shared decision-making.

Self-regulated use of a wearable activity sensor is not associated with improvements in physical activity, cardiometabolic risk or subjective health status.

"Everyone thinks it's someone else's responsibility": training for sexual health doctors.


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