Kamal Aziz

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Nonsteroidal antiinflammatory drugs (NSAID), although used frequently for the treatment of arthritis and musculoskeletal disorders, may produce deleterious effects related to the gastrointestinal (GI) tract, including dyspeptic symptoms, erosions, ulcers, and serious GI complications (i.e., bleeding, perforation, and gastric outlet obstruction). Endoscopic(More)
  • Kamal Aziz
  • JPMA. The Journal of the Pakistan Medical…
  • 1984
Of 2824 children seen at the National Institute of Cardiovascular Diseases (N.1.C.V.D.), 2020 (71 .6%) had congenital heart diseases. Incidence of symptomatic and cyanotic congenital cardiac lesions was higher than expected and asymptomatic, acyanotic lesions like semilunar valve stenosis, small V.S.D. and coarctation of aorta was less than expected and is(More)
Familial cardiac conduction disorder of a progressive nature has been reported in adult and paediatric patients. An underlying cardiomyopathy was found in most of these patients, either of hypertrophic, restrictive or dilated variety. Systemic diseases like juvenile rheumatoid arthritis and other collagen disorders and familial dysautonomia infrequently(More)
The development of ulceration and ulcer complications by nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) is now well established. Gastric erosions occur in about 60% of patients receiving long-term NSAID therapy. Many clinicians consider such erosions benign in nature and not requiring therapeutic intervention. Recent evidence, however, indicates that gastric(More)
The definition is histopathologic with the characteristical deposition of the immunoglobulin A in the renal mesangium: these deposits are predominant (or codominant with other immunoglobulins, IgG and/or IgM), granular, coarse (with the “en mottes” aspect), generalized in the glomerulus and diffuse to all glomeruli. These deposits are evidenced usually by(More)
OBJECTIVE To report a case of delayed-onset chronic diarrhea, anorexia, and weight loss possibly complicating the use of ticlopidine. CASE SUMMARY A 48-year-old white man presented with unremitting diarrhea associated with anorexia and marked weight loss. His history was significant for transient ischemic attack, resistant hypertension, homocystinemia,(More)
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