Sophie Klaassen

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OBJECTIVE To report a probable case of ticlopidine-induced phenytoin toxicity. CASE SUMMARY A 72-year-old white man suddenly developed combative behavior, refused to leave his room, stopped eating, and began falling to the floor 6 weeks after being given ticlopidine. The total phenytoin concentration was measured at 43.6 micrograms/mL; the dosage of(More)
Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) is one of the commonest compression neuropathy. It carries significant employment and health care costs and causes much grief to patients. There are numerous causes for carpal tunnel syndrome; however, in this review, the authors concentrate on trauma as a primary etiology. CTS is essentially a compression of the median nerve(More)
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