Brett Van Leer-Greenberg

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Kaposi sarcoma (KS) is an aggressive cancer caused by human herpesvirus-8, primarily seen in immunocompromised patients. As opposed to the well-described cutaneous manifestations and pulmonary complications of KS, hepatic KS is rarely reported before death as most patients with hepatic KS do not manifest symptoms or evidence of liver injury. In patients(More)
The transcatheter treatment of paravalvular leaks (PVL) are technically challenging procedures; they pose increasing difficulty in cases where there is a stentless valve, without the usual fluoroscopic landmarks. Hence, there is limited experience in treating this defect percutaneously. We present a case of a patient with an aortic PVL of a stentless valve(More)
The Five Senses of Haiti discusses a series of medical mission trips by physicians and medical students to the Central Plateau of Haiti delivering care in the outpatient setting. Practitioners describe their experiences through the use of their five senses to draw contrast between modern health care and medical practice in the developing world. Physicians(More)
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