Sivan Seevanayagam

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Mycobacterium ulcerans infection produces progressive skin ulceration in man and other mammalia. The disease was first described in 1984 in patients from the Bairnsdale district in Australia, but was known in Africa well before this time. It has since been reported from many, mostly tropical countries in Africa, central and south America, and south-east(More)
INTRODUCTION Coronary artery aneurysms are seen in 1.5-5% of patients presenting for coronary angiography, but giant aneurysms, defined as being greater than 2 cm in diameter, are rare. Given the paucity of cases and limited experience in diagnosis and management of the disease, each case is a learning tool in itself. CASE PRESENTATION We report the rare(More)
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