Fah Keen Chong

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We report two patients who underwent orbital exploration yielding the diagnosis of sclerosing orbital pseudotumor. The presenting symptoms were exophthalmos, visual loss, abnormal ocular mobility, and ocular pain. Computed tomographic (CT) scans showed masses in the orbital apex. Steroids were ineffective. Orbital pseudotumor is a heterogeneous diagnostic(More)
design for enhanced carbon dioxide capture – a computer aided molecular design approach, Greenhouse gases emission is known as the main factor of climate change, and carbon dioxide (CO2) makes up vast majority of them. Carbon capture and storage (CCS) is a vital technology to mitigate industrial CO2 emissions, which is mainly generated in power plants.(More)
A 38-year-old woman had a history of intermittent ^*-chest discomfort and dyspnea over many years. She never sought medical attention for these symp¬ toms. Her only chest radiograph was taken 20 years ago when she started college. The film was unavailable. Her present illness began during air travel when she experienced chest pain and dyspnea. Upon landing,(More)
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