Alexandra Weidmann

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We report the case of successful treatment of a 31-year-old lady with cystic fibrosis and an en-bloc liver-pancreas transplant, who developed cepacia syndrome on a background of chronic infection with the ET12 epidemic strain of Burkholderia cenocepacia. Combination therapy with nebulised and intravenous meropenem and tobramycin led to clinical improvement(More)
Chronic leg ulceration is a common condition often noted in patients during an acute hospital admission. We present the case of a patient in whom thorough examination and investigation of an incidentally noted ulcer revealed a serious, previously unexpected diagnosis of disseminated Merkel cell carcinoma. This article illustrates how important it is that(More)
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