Aneet Patel

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OBJECTIVE To document ondansetron-induced dystonia, hypoglycemia, and seizures in a child. CASE SUMMARY A 4-year-old boy was admitted with dystonia following an intravenous dose of ondansetron 2 mg (0.13 mg/kg) that he had received for vomiting that day. In the emergency department, he developed generalized tonicclonic seizures lasting for a few minutes.(More)
We report a one of its kind case of a 26-year-old Gentleman, who had initially presented to our hospital with acute symptoms of viral hepatitis. Initial laboratory studies done revealed an elevated liver function test with an elevated Anti-HEV serology and thus the patient was diagnosed and managed for Viral Hepatitis E. The patient had no prior history of(More)
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