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A complex case of bilateral Lemierre syndrome with suggestions on anticoagulation management
A 46-year-old woman, previously in good health, presented with Lemierre syndrome following an upper respiratory tract infection and was septic with painful facial and upper neck swelling, odynophagia, fevers and vomiting; however, she required 6 weeks of intravenous antibiotics.
False Positive antineutroPhil antibodies due to invasive Pulmonary asPergillosis
introduction: Antineutrophil cytoplasmic autoantibodies (ANCAs) aid in the diagnosis of autoimmune vasculitic pathologies including granulomatosis with polyangiitis (GPA), formally Wegner's
General practitioner surveillance of azatadine maleate/pseudoephedrine sulphate ('Congesteze') for the treatment of upper respiratory tract congestion.
A post-marketing, general practitioner surveillance programme involving 12,679 patients with upper respiratory congestion showed that 97% of the patients experienced some relief and the side-effect most frequently reported was drowsiness.