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Chronic diseases patients often require constant dietary control that involves complicated interaction among factors such as the illness stage, the patient's physical condition, the patient's activity level, the amount of food intake, and key nutrient restrictions. This study aims to integrate multiple knowledge sources for problem solving modeling and(More)
On 11 March 2011, the Fukushima nuclear disaster shocked the world. A 9.0 magnitude earthquake induced a tsunami, which then shut down the power supply of cooling system of the nuclear plant. The nuclear reactor exploded due to overheat and hydrogen accumulation. Radioactive materials were released and plutonium was detected positive in the soil of the(More)
A 23-year-old non-diabetic woman presented to our emergency room with progressive headache. She was diagnosed with craniopharyngioma and received tumor resection. Her blood glucose level was within the normal limit before surgery, and she had no family history of diabetes. Three months after the surgery, acute hyperosmolar hyperglycemic state developed.(More)
Reports associating hypokalemic rhabdomyolysis with primary aldosteronism are rare. 1,2 Hypokalemia does not develop in every patient with primary aldo-steronism, and hypokalemic rhabdomyolysis is even rarer in patients with primary aldosteronism. 3 We present here a patient with primary aldosteronism, who developed hypokalemia and rhabdomyolysis. This(More)
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