Imaad Bin Mujeeb

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OBJECTIVES We recently described an endoscopic finding of pale yellow-speckled mucosa adjacent to colonic neoplasms. This resembled the appearance of chicken skin and was named chicken skin mucosa (CSM). CSM differs from previously reported gastrointestinal xanthelasmas in that this entity always occurs in association with colonic neoplasms. The prevalence,(More)
A total of 63 clinical isolates of Proteus mirabilis collected over a 19-month period were typed by the Dienes test and ribotyping. Ribotyping was performed using the fully automated RiboPrinter Microbial Characterization System (Qualicon, Wilmington, Del.). Isolates that were indistinguishable by the Dienes test and/or ribotyping were characterized further(More)
We report an unusual case of an epibulbar choristoma in a neonate born with a mass arising from the cornea. Radiologic examination showed focal corneal bulge with absence of the lens. Histologic study revealed the lesion was an epibulbar choristoma composed of only brain tissue.
A case of progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy associated with human immunodeficiency virus infection with a fatal outcome is presented. The disease has not been reported from our region before. The patient presented initially with hemiparesis and non-enhancing lesion on computed tomography scan that was thought to be an infarct. After a delay of 4(More)
A 50-year-old man presented with pancytopenia and chronic renal impairment. He had evidence of intravascular haemolysis. The direct antiglobulin (Coomb's) test was negative. Paroxysmal nocturnal haemoglobinuria (PNH) was diagnosed by the Ham acid haemolysis test. There were no other clinical risk factors that could be implicated in chronic kidney disease(More)
BACKGROUND Lymphangiomyomatosis is a rare condition affecting women of childbearing age. It is characterized by an abnormal proliferation of smooth muscle cells around lymphatics, giving rise to blockage of the large lymphatics, including the thoracic duct, and resulting in chylothorax and/or chyloascitis. The lung is the most common site of involvement.(More)
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