Milan Bhattacharya

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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)
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)
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