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Primary hyperaldosteronism usually causes moderate hypertension. It is rare to note as in our two patients intermittent attacks of paroxysmal hypertension. The diagnosis of aldosteronism will be suspected on the finding of persistent hypokalemia with acidosis. It will be confirmed by laboratory examinations severe fall in plasma renin activity and rise in(More)
Annular pancreas--a congenital malformation consisting of a ring of pancreatic tissue around the second part of the duodenum--is a rare surgical condition in adults. It may be responsible for occlusion in the newborn, but frequently remains latent or does not reveal itself until adulthood, usually around the age of 40. The only symptoms are ulcer-like(More)
Abdominal manifestations are almost constantly present (85% of cases) in the current form of hereditary Quincke's disease. In some cases, these abdominal manifestations occur even when cutaneomucosal edema is not present which leads to unwarranted often repeated and sometimes dangerous surgery. Apart from a story of heredity diagnosis of such troubles is(More)