Sumith C. Abeygunasekara

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We describe the case of a 47-year-old man who developed significant acute, and subsequently chronic, kidney injury due to bilateral renal infarction. This occurred in the context of a combined inherited thrombophilia including antithrombin III deficiency and a prothrombin gene mutation. Bilateral renal artery thrombosis developed despite prophylactic(More)
A 37-year-old Caucasian woman presented to her primary care physician 3 years ago with worsening pain in her lower limbs, which was suggestive of intermittent claudication. She had been a 20 pack-year smoker. Physical examination done on presentation (2007) was normal. All peripheral pulses were palpable and she had a normal blood pressure at the time. She(More)
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