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The authors report the case of a patient with permanent, refractory hiccup, resistant at all classical treatment methods. Hiccup was due to compression of the epigastric region by the left fist of the patient immobilised by a spastic hemiplegia. Passive mobilisation of the diseased upper limb resulted in the disappearance of hiccup.
Lesions due to cytomegalovirus (CMV) are frequent in the immunocompromised patient. This is particularly the case in patients with AIDS, where the colon and rectum are the regions most often involved. The authors report six cases of anal ulcerations due to CMV in patients with AIDS. These lesions, confirmed histologically, were either isolated or associated… (More)
A new case of rectal stenosis due to the chronic use of suppositories of associated analgesic drugs is reported. Surgical treatment was conservative. This observation outlines the dramatic consequences of chronic self-treatment and the difficulties of ensuring long-term withdrawal.