L. Khalid

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BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE Oligodendrogliomas are tumors that have variable WHO grades depending on anaplasia and astrocytic components and their treatment may differ accordingly. Our aim was to retrospectively evaluate imaging features of oligodendrogliomas that predict tumor grade. MATERIALS AND METHODS The imaging studies of 75 patients with(More)
Cardiogenic shock continues to be the most common cause of death in patients hospitalized with acute myocardial infarction. It has also been frequently associated with ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI) and patients with co-morbidities. Cardiogenic shock presents with low systolic blood pressure and clinical signs of hypoperfusion. Rapid(More)
A 23 year old man presented with intestinal evisceration from stab injury to the left side of the abdomen with a hand-held cow horn at a local night party. He complained of severe abdominal pain and bleeding at the site of injury. He was hemodynamically stable. At emergency exploration, the eviscerated bowel was viable with no adjacent mesenteric tear.(More)
During 2007 we were invited at different times to review and manage four women with ureterovaginal fistula following caesarean section performed in different rural hospitals. We describe our experience of a simple technique of diagnosis and management of these indigent patients in a resource-constrained hospital. The condition was diagnosed by the(More)
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