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Methanol poisoning is an uncommon but potent central nervous system toxin. The diagnosis and the management of its sequelae remain a challenge to clinicians. A case is hereby presented in which computed tomography of the brain played an important role in making the diagnosis due to poor patient's history and unavailability of methanol assay. Parkinsonism… (More)
Bartonella hensalae (CSD) is a gram negative bacilli causing variety of clinical sequelae. Patients usually develop lymphadenopathy and fever but in rare cases (1%-2%) neuro-retinitis can occur.
This paper describes clinical and pathomorphological aspects in two spontaneous cases of bovine actinomycosis. Efficacy of Fine Needle Aspiration Biopsy (FNAB) and incisional biopsy results are compared. FNAB seems to be a simple and rapid method for presumptive diagnosis of the disease. However, incisional biopsy has an added advantage over the former as… (More)