Raheela Rehman

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Despite recent national initiatives promoting the arteriovenous fistula as the initial, primary, and sole vascular access to be used by hemodialysis patients and recommending a decrease in the prevalence of tunneled cuffed catheters to less than 10%, the prevalence of tunneled cuffed catheters as hemodialysis access is increasing. This study describes the(More)
BACKGROUND Remitting seronegative symmetrical synovitis with pitting oedema (RS3PE syndrome) is a very rare condition incorporating a tenosynovitis of the hands and wrists, as well as the feet, ankles and shoulders. The aetiology of RS3PE syndrome is unknown, although it has been linked with infectious agents (including mycobacteria), other rheumatological(More)
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