Su Yin Lau

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Reversible bilateral lesions of the claustrum and external capsule in a 12-year-old girl suffering from a severe, transitory encephalopathy are reported. After a prodromal stage of feeling uncomfortable a sudden onset of status epilepticus occurred, followed by recurrent complex partial and myoclonic seizures for 3 weeks, with psychotic symptoms and(More)
Endogenous endophthalmitis is a rare ocular infection affecting the vitreous and/or aqueous humours. It is associated with poor visual prognosis and its commonest endogenous aetiology is infective endocarditis. The causative organisms of endogenous endophthalmitis complicating endocarditis are mainly Group A or B streptococci. The identification of Group C(More)
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