Najmaddin S H Khoshnaw

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DESCRIPTION A 58-year-old Kurdish woman with a history of diabetes, presented to our clinic with fever and rigour for 2 week's duration, associated with diffuse bone pain and weight loss. Laboratory work showed pancytopenia with haemoglobin 107 g/L, white cell count 3.3×109/L (absolute neutrophil count 1.5×109/L) and platelet count 8×109/L, lactate(More)
BACKGROUND Parotid duct or gland injury can be caused by assault with a knife, bottle, electrical-saw, road traffic accident, or rarely gunshot and fractures of the facial skeleton. The injury can be in the form of laceration, ductal exposure, total cutting, or crushing of the duct. These conditions are difficult to diagnose because of complex anatomy and(More)
UNLABELLED INTRODUCTION Bone marrow necrosis is a clinicopathological condition diagnosed most often at postmortem examination, but it is also seen during the course of malignancy and is not always associated with a poor prognosis. The morphological features of bone marrow necrosis are disruption of the normal marrow architecture and necrosis of myeloid(More)
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