CB McConville

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Lemierre syndrome is a rare clinical entity which is characterised by septicaemia arising from a head and neck source, complicated by thrombosis of the ipsilateral internal jugular vein with embolisation to various sites, most usually the lungs. It is important to diagnose the syndrome correctly since its treatment is different from pulmonary emboli and(More)
ULSTER SOCIETY OF INTERNAL MEDICINE, SPRING MEETING, FRIDAY 17th May 2013 South West Acute Hospital 2.00 pm Gout: Diagnosis and Management. C Donaghy, WH Yau, Dept of Rheumatology, Altnagelvin Hospital, Western HSCT 2.15 pm Testicular choriocarcinoma: a rare case of thyrotoxicosis arising as a paraneoplastic syndrome. EJ McCracken1, PC Johnston1, JR(More)
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