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The world is undergoing a transition from a paper economy to a digital economy. The need of the hour is a highly proactive role from the Third World countries either singly or jointly, that would take into account the changing scenarios in the information and communication technologies and their non-linear interactions and convergence. Developing countries… (More)
In the emergency setting, shortness of breath is a frequent presenting complaint to physicians worldwide. The differential diagnosis is often broad and requires careful analysis of investigations to reach the correct diagnosis. The authors present a case of acute heart failure with a number of unusual presenting features that suggested an uncommon aetiology.
Four cases of Salmonella osteomyelitis in children with sickle cell haemoglobinopathy were seen at a hospital in the Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia. These cases are of interest as the Saudi variety of sickle cell anemia has been previously reported to have a relatively uncomplicated course.
Virtually complete extramedullary insertion of an Austin Moore prosthesis is a rare complication. The prosthesis is seldom left in such a position once the complication has been recognized. To the authors' knowledge, this is the first reported long-term follow-up study of such a case in which the result could be considered reasonably well-tolerated. The… (More)
Introduction: Pediatric traumatic esophageal perforation has high morbidity and mortality rates. It is most commonly iatrogenic in nature with penetrating trauma account for only 0.5% of cases. Case report: We report a case of pediatric penetrating trauma to the neck zone two causing both through and through cervical esophageal injury and laceration of the… (More)