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Chylothorax: diagnosis by lipoprotein electrophoresis of serum and pleural fluid.
This report describes a 31-year-old woman who underwent a technically difficult left pneumonectomy for tuberculosis and developed thereafter a large left pleural effusion which was milky in colour. AExpand
Anaesthetists' nightmare: masseter spasm after induction in an undiagnosed case of myotonia congenita.
We report an undiagnosed case of myotonia congenita in a 24-year-old previously healthy primigravida, who developed life threatening masseter spasm following a standard dose of intravenousExpand
Odontogenic myxoma of incidental discovery at the Yaounde central hospital: Radioclinical aspects and use of the carney's solution
Abstract Odontogenic myxoma is a benign tumor of the maxillae of mesenchymal origin. It is a rare lesion. The discovery of this lesion is most often fortuitous. Its clinical, radiological andExpand