'Might Imperial Caesar, dead and turned to clay, stop a hole to keep the wind away?'


A 73-year-old woman, with advanced breast cancer, who consistently refused surgical resection, was admitted in emergency room for an acute respiratory failure, associated with generalized muscle rigidity, trismus, hyperpyrexia, sweating which needed neuromuscular blocking agent and an early tracheostomy to avoid tube biting and obstruction. No previous… (More)
DOI: 10.1093/eurheartj/ehy145


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