AA Abu Hassan

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A trichobezoar is an infrequent occurrence and like most other gastrointestinal foreign bodies tends to occur in the stomach and duodenum. The Rapunzel syndrome is a rare form of bezoar that extends into the small, and sometimes the large, bowel. We describe the fourth reported case of this syndrome, with other unusual features. CASE HISTORY A five-year-old(More)
Introduction: Pulmonary thromboembolism (PTE) still remains a diagnostic challenge to junior doctors working in emergency departments. Being aware of the condition and its associated risk factors can improve the diagnostic accuracy. Association between passenger travelling long-haul flight and PTE has been well documented; however its association with(More)
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