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BACKGROUND Renal cell carcinoma is well known for its frequency to metastasise, particularly to lungs, liver, bones and brain. Metastasis to the skin is much less common. Presentation as a result of the skin lesion is even more unusual, with only 14 previously reported cases in the English literature. The majority of these cases have been reported in(More)
Emphysematous pancreatitis: a severe complication of acute pancreatitis A 65-year-old male patient presented to the accident and emergency department with generalized upper abdominal pain. Blood tests showed a raised amyl-ase of 1811 IU/l and elevated inflammatory markers (C-reactive protein = 126 mg/l). The patient was found to have a profound metabolic(More)
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