Gregori Palkowski

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Dyspnoea, also known as shortness of breath or breathlessness, is a subjective awareness of the sensation of uncomfortable breathing. It may be of physiological, pathological or social origin. The pathophysiology of dyspnoea is complex, and involves the activation of several pathways that lead to increased work of breathing, stimulation of the receptors of(More)
Background Tuberculosis pericarditis (TBP) is the most common cause of a large pericardial effusion in the developing world, accounting for 70% of effusions in a case series from South Africa; and has a high mortality related to pericardial tamponade, constrictive pericarditis, arrhythmias and heart failure. Manifestations of TBP include pericarditis with(More)
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