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Nikolaos K. Akritidis, MD

GREENVILLE MEMORIAL HOSP PHCY

701 GROVE RD

Articles

Fixed Drug Eruption Caused by Amoxicillin

February 02, 2009

This lesion appeared on the left outer thigh of a 28-year-old man after he took amoxicillin. The antibiotic had been prescribed for an upper respiratory tract infection with fever. Two years earlier, a lesion had appeared in the same anatomical region after ingestion of amoxicillin. A skin biopsy of the current lesion confirmed the diagnosis.

Ruptured Aortic Aneurysm

June 01, 2004

Severe abdominal pain radiating to the back prompted a 72-year-old man to go to the emergency department (ED). The patient had experienced similar pain 2 days earlier and was treated at another hospital for renal colic on the basis of concomitant microscopic hematuria. He had a history of poorly controlled hypertension.

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