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Pulmonary Alveolar Proteinosis (PAP) is a rare condition with an incidence of one in two million and is classified as primary or secondary. This is the first reported case presenting as a slow resolving pneumonia.
Fusobacterium infection should be considered in the pathogenesis of recurrent pharyngitis and can lead to Lemierre's syndrome if left untreated. A 25-year-old non-smoking warehouse worker presented to the acute medical take with a five-day history of worsening symptoms including anorexia, lethargy, myalgia, swinging fevers and night sweats. He had been seen… (More)
We report the first case of spontaneous chylothorax complicating small cell lung cancer. A 52 year old female presented with exertional dyspnoea, left-sided chest and neck pain, and dysphagia. The chest X-ray on admission revealed a large left-sided pleural effusion. A subsequent CT chest showed a large anterior mediastinal mass with a left brachiocephalic… (More)