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(1) The authors fail to mention the work of Schultze et al.,1 who described six patients developing acute renal failure which was attributed to gentamicin therapy though all six were receiving cephalothin siomul-taneously. (2) The choice of antibiotic therapy in the three cases they quote gives cause for alarm. Two of the patients seemed to be suffering(More)
Small bowel lymphomas of the extranodal type occur in the young and are characteristically associated with malabsorption syndrome. We present the case of an elderly in whom there was no malabsorption and the duodenal tumor was a gastric type marginal zone B cell lymphoma also known as gastric mucosa-associated lymphoid tissue (MALT) lymphoma. A 73-year-old(More)
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