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This prospective study aimed to identify different groups of patients with the rare pathology of biliary obstruction caused by hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC). Patients were evaluated with blood tests, chest radiography, ultrasound of the liver and endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography/percutaneous transhepatic cholangiography. Patients who were… (More)
Coronary arteries vasospasm (CAS) is commonly seen in invasive cardiology laboratory during diagnostic catheterization or coronary intervention. Though the incidence of Printzmetal angina is uncommon, coronary vasospasm resulting in acute myocardial infarct is rare, especially if there is no significant atherosclerotic plaque within the coronary vasculature.
Hyperkalaemia is a life threatening acute medical emergency. Patients with end stage renal failure are more prone to get hyperkalaemia as potassium is normally excreted via the kidneys. Therefore, patients with end stage renal failure should avoid food with high potassium contents. Bananas are well known to have high potassium content. However, the 'king of… (More)