Tamara Phiri

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A 54 year old man presented to the Emergency Department with a one day history of confusion and unsteadiness. He had been unwell in the week preceding this presentation with nausea, poor appetite and vomiting. He had been diagnosed with hypertension as a teenager. He took anti-hypertensives intermittently and had not taken them for more than 6 months(More)
BACKGROUND For years, Malawi remained at the bottom of league tables on maternal, neonatal and child health. Although maternal mortality ratios have reduced and significant progress has been made in reducing neonatal morality, many challenges in achieving universal access to maternal, newborn and child health care still exist in Malawi. In Malawi, there is(More)
A 19-year-old man presented with a 1-year history of headache, generalised body weakness, progressive memory loss, and disorientation. One month prior to admission, there was aggravation of the weakness of the right upper limb, with new-onset difficulty with mastication, speech impairment, apathy, and urinary incontinence. On clinical examination, the(More)
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