Irfanali Rajabali Kugasia

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Patients with symptoms of opiate withdrawal, after the administration of opiate antagonist by paramedics, are a common presentation in the emergency department of hospitals. Though most of opiate withdrawal symptoms are benign, rarely they can become life threatening. This case highlights how a benign opiate withdrawal symptom of hyperventilation led to(More)
Plasmodium malariae causes uncommon benign malaria found in the malaria endemic regions mostly of Sub-Saharan Africa. As Plasmodium malariae does not have a continued liver stage in humans the only way to have reinfection without reexposure is through recrudescence. However, reports of its recrudescence after antimalarials are rare with only a handful of(More)
BACKGROUND Solitary fibrous tumors are rare tumors of mesenchymal origins, most commonly seen arising from the pleural lining of the lungs. These are generally benign tumors, which in rare cases have been identified to be associated with multiple para-neoplastic syndromes. CASE REPORT This is a case of a solitary fibrous tumor of the pleura in a 49 year(More)
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