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A patient development deteriorating mental status, quadriparesis, and severe pseudobulbar palsy with the inability to speak or swallow following orthotopic liver transplantation (OLT). Subsequently, abnormalities were found in the pons on MRI that were consistent with central pontine myelinolysis (CPM). Marked recovery occurred following transfer to the(More)
The protean ocular manifestations of patients with the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) have been well documented both clinically and histopathologically. Since 1978, many case reports have emphasized the opportunistic ocular infections in patients with AIDS. We report the clinicopathologic findings in a patient with AIDS who demonstrated focal(More)
A 59-year-old immigrant from China presented with a rapidly-enlarging exophytic growth on his left heel for 4 months. He was also found to have peripheral neuropathy, Charcot's joint, diffuse erythematous papules and acquired ichthyosis. Classical histologic features of leprosy were noted, together with atypical verrucoid proliferation. The diagnosis of(More)
Immunobullous disorders, or autoimmune blistering diseases, are a subgroup of blistering dermatoses due to the p roduc t ion o f autoantibodies targeting epithelial proteins, causing intraepidermal or subepidermal cleavage. They have distinct pathological and clinical features, characterised by mucocutaneous blisters and erosions. The two prototypes are(More)
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