Valeriya M. Feygina

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A previously healthy 12-year-old obese Caucasian boy presented to an urgent care clinic in August 2015 with a left pretibial hyperemic pustule-like bump. He denied any recent trauma but recalled that there might be an insect bite. He was otherwise asymptomatic on presentation. He was started on oral clindamycin for suspected cellulitis. The lesion improved(More)
– Recurrence of nephrotic syndrome due to circulating antinephrin antibodies – Acute allograft rejection – Severe pancreatitis – Post-operative urinary leak – Ruptured subcapsular lymphocele – Portal hypertension following renal transplant – Allograft renal vein stenosis – Chylous ascites – Innate renal allograft pathology b) Gastroparesis and ileus c)(More)
The patient was admitted to our inpatient pediatric unit owing to the failure of the outpatient treatment of pyoderma gangrenosum, more known in the medical literature as pyoderma granulosum, (PG) with the new finding of acute kidney injury (AKI). Pyoderma granulosum is an ulcerative, chronic inflammatory skin condition. It is a rare, non-infectious disease(More)
Our patient is a 4-year-old girl with end-stage renal disease (ESRD) who underwent a deceased donor kidney transplant in February 2017. She was born at home at the 31st week of gestation to a mother positive for hepatitis C and drug use during pregnancy. The patient was taken to the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) on the first day of life, with a birth(More)
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