Type IV dual left anterior descending (LAD) coronary artery is a rare anomaly and was detected incidentally during a routine coronary angiogram. The article discusses the types of dual LAD and their clinical implications.
Domestic burns in neonate are rare in literature. Neonates are high risk for burns because of their thin and fragile skin, fluid overload or dehydration as the fluid balance range is small and immature immune system leading to septicaemia. Neonates are not small adults, owing to their different physiological response makes the management of neonates… (More)