Basma Abdulhadi

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Traumatic intracranial aneurysms are rare, occurring in fewer than 1% of patients with cerebral aneurysms. They can occur following blunt or penetrating head trauma and are more common in the pediatric population. Traumatic aneurysms can be categorized histologically as true, false, or mixed, with false aneurysms being the most common. These aneurysms can(More)
We read the recent paper by Konstam et al. (1) with great interest. In their randomized, placebocontrolled double-blinded study of 250 patients, of whom 122 received tolvaptan, they concluded that the addition of tolvaptan in the setting of acute heart failure in patients with hyponatremia, renal dysfunction, or diuretic resistance made no difference in(More)
Non-vitamin K oral anticoagulants (NOACs) are being increasingly prescribed. These drugs act rapidly, have predictable dose-related anticoagulation effect and require no routine laboratory monitoring, making them attractive for both patients and healthcare providers. All NOACs are at least partially excreted thought the kidneys. Renal injury related to NOAC(More)
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