Erin Christie

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We sought to determine differences in clinical presentation, treatment response and coronary artery outcomes between complete and incomplete KD. All patients treated for KD between January 1990 and April 2007 were reviewed. Patients were classified as having an incomplete presentation if presenting with fever ≥5 days and <4 “classic” KD clinical signs. A(More)
A male newborn infant presented with metabolic acidosis and haemolytic anaemia. Renal tubular acidosis was suspected in the absence of amino aciduria and the patient was treated with sodium bicarbonate. Two years later, the chronic acidosis, clinical observation of developmental delay and ataxia prompted further investigational studies. 5-Oxoprolinuria was(More)
A 66-year-old male presented with posterior myocardial infarction and painless rectal bleeding. He was treated for acute coronary event but despite extensive investigations the cause of his lower gastrointestinal bleeding remained elusive. Patient died 5 days after admission. Postmortem examination showed evidence of severe atherosclerosis and thrombosis in(More)
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