Sami G. Tahhan

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A 48-year-old man presented with fevers, chills, weight loss, multiple liver masses, and several superficial and deep venous thromboses in lower extremities. Cancer work up was negative. A liver biopsy grew Fusobacterium nucleatum. To our knowledge, F. nucleatum infection presenting with multiple liver masses and Trousseau-like syndrome has not been(More)
This article reviews various infectious disease emergencies from an internist's perspective. Key epidemiologic, diagnostic, and therapeutic points are reviewed with an emphasis on timely and appropriate initial management. The content serves to highlight essential points that are discussed in subsequent articles in this issue and to elucidate pearls that(More)
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