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INTRODUCTION A 45-year-old man presented with headache for two days. He described the quality of headache as throbbing, and it was unilateral. There was no history of fever, vomiting, blurred vision, ear discharge or trauma, no relevant past medical or drug history and no family history of note. On examination, he was afebrile with pulse 76/min, regular,(More)
Optic neuropathy due to cat scratch disease (CSD) is a rare occurrence associated with macular star formation and is characterised by sudden mostly unilateral painless loss of vision. The aetiological agent in CSD is Bartonella henselae. Ocular complications present in up to 10% of patients and include neuroretinitis, conjunctivitis or uveitis. Ocular(More)
OBJECTIVE We aimed to determine frequency of antibiotic use and retrospectively evaluate prescriptions written for the patients with diagnosis of acute pharyngitis, acute nasopharyngitis and acute tonsillitis by our hospital emergency department physicians in January 2014. METHODS Records of the patients who were admitted to the education and research(More)
ECG is still the first diagnostic tool for coronary artery disease. It is possible to predict the localisation of affected vessel(s) through ST and T changes on ECG. Sometimes, reciprocal changes may be the only marker of acute myocardial ischaemia, as single T-wave inversion in lead aVL may represent a coronary artery lesion in the left anterior descending(More)
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