Robert E Fines

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The typical presentation of hypoglycemia involves a diaphoretic patient with a history of diabetes mellitus who is found with an altered mental status. The hypoglycemic patient's presentation may lead the physician to believe that the altered mentation may have been caused by some other condition. Hypoglycemia occurs rarely in the traumatic setting, yet is(More)
Dystonic reactions are extrapyramidal motor dysfunctions that result from an insufficient activity of nigrostriatal dopamine and present clinically as spasms of the various muscle groups. Neuroleptic drugs are a known cause of dystonia and are the most frequently encountered trigger. Cocaine use has been associated with dystonias, though much less often.(More)
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