Husam Hasson Ali

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A young woman presented with memory problems of subacute onset. Imaging was normal. She was admitted with severe complex partial status epilepticus requiring intensive care support and ventilation. Fits proved difficult to control requiring high dose anticonvulsants. She developed a profound amnesic syndrome. A clinical diagnosis of autoimmune encephalitis(More)
BACKGROUND Transitional cell carcinoma of the bladder is the most common malignancy affecting the urinary tract ranking the 5(th) among males and the 9(th) among females' cancers in Iraq. The prognosis depends largely on the histological grade and stage of the tumor at diagnosis; however, there is no reliable parameter predicting the risk of recurrence or(More)
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