Bidisha Chatterjee

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We present an atypical case of tuberculosis in an immunocompetent man from west Africa living in Europe. The patient entered the hospital with a painful lump of 3 cm on his right clavicule which he noticed 2 weeks before and back pain. During the examinations for further evaluation his condition deteriorated within short time. Tuberculosis was diagnosed,(More)
Bidisha Chatterjee, MD ()) · Ulrich Bürgi Department of General Internal Medicine Inselspital/University Hospital 3010 Bern, Switzerland Tel.: +41-31 /6321098 Fax: +41-31 /6328885 E-Mail: bidisha.chatterjee@insel.ch Sirs: A considerable number of drugs can induce a prolongation of cardiac repolarisation (QT interval) and thereby predispose to the(More)
With the presentation of this case we want to highlight that even in psychotic patients where elevated blood pressure and palpitations are frequent symptoms, excluding underlying somatic conditions is crucial. A 27-year-old man was admitted from prison because of acute psychosis. He was convinced of being part of a conspiracy system, he was not adequate in(More)
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