Hyponatremic Encephalopathy Induced by “Ecstasy”
Ecstasy ingestion should be high on the list of differential diagnoses for young patients who present with acute, unexplained encephalopathy.
Hemorrhagic Pituitary Apoplexy in Pregnancy: A Retrospective Radiologic Diagnosis
A 38-year-old woman became pregnant during the time she was undergoing evaluation for a pituitary adenoma. Here, see the case unfold.
Complex Partial Seizure Disorder Secondary to Head Trauma
The coexistence of focal seizures and secondary generalized seizures in this patient and the respective EEG and MRI findings constitute her peculiar epilepsy syndrome.
Syncope and Recurrent Vertigo in an Older Woman
Syncope accompanied by a sensation of coldness preceded a fall in this 67-year-old woman. She had a similar experience 6 months earlier.
Helminthiasis Presenting as Microcytic Anemia
Intestinal helminthes represent one of the most prevalent types of human parasitic disease and remain a major health problem in developing countries.
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