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Acute disseminated encephalomyelitis (ADEM) is an acute or subacute condition characterized by widespread multifocal neurological deficits of variable severity. We report a case of a 45-year-old man with ADEM following anti-rabies vaccine (ARV).
OBJECTIVES To study the clinical profile of hypertension in the elderly, development of end organ complications and the effect of hypertension with other risk factors in producing these complications. METHODS One hundred and thirty six elderly patients attending the Hypertension Clinic were included in the study. A detailed history was taken that included… (More)
A 26 year old unmarried female came with complains of menorrhagia since 2 months and swelling in right vulval area since 1 month (March 2013). She had a history of ileocaecal tuberculosis with abdominal lymphadenopathy (with appendicitis) in 2006 for which she underwent appendectomy and took 3 months of AKT (no documents provided to support the diagnosis of… (More)