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Spinal tuberculosis: a report of five cases and a review.
Spinal tuberculosis (TB) is an uncommon occurrence in developed countries. We present five cases of spinal TB illustrating some of the problems that can be encountered in clinical practice. Delay inExpand
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Lymph node perforation into the airway in AIDS-associated tuberculosis.
A 27 year old African woman infected with the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) presented with pulmonary complaints. Her sputum smears were positive for acid-fast bacilli (AFB). Chest roentgenogramExpand
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Hyperthermia occurring with paradoxical development of cerebral tuberculomas.
A 59-year-old male Moroccan who had been mechanically ventilated for extensive pulmonary tuberculosis, suddenly developed a generalized seizure with hyperthermia. He had been receiving adequateExpand
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Pneumothorax Spontané Simulant Une Ischémie Myocardique
Resume Une patiente de 32 ans se presente au service d'urgences avec une douleur thoracique brutale. Son ECG met en evidence une inversion de l'onde T de V1 a V5 suggerant une ischemie myocardiqueExpand
[Costolumbar pain, aneurysm of the renal artery and hypertension].
Thrombosis of a renal artery aneurysm had provoked renal atrophy and secondary renovascular hypertension in a patient in whom rapid diagnosis was not possible from the abdominal symptomatology andExpand