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Case Study Open Access

A Giant Calcified Hepatic Hemangioma

Cheng-Yi Wang, Wu-Hsien Kuo, Chen-Yi Liao and En-Hua Huang
Clin Med Img Lib Volume 2, Issue 7

Abstract: A 57-year-old Taiwanese hepatitis B carrier female presented with a one-week history of epigastric pain, anorexia, malaise, intermittent nausea and vomiting in the preceding 6 months.

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Case Study Open Access

A Two Valve Fungic Endocarditis in a Lupic Patient

Filipa Brito Mendes, Ana Paula Silva, Nelson Tavares and Pedro Neves
Clin Med Img Lib Volume 2, Issue 7

Abstract: A 38-years-old female patient, with the diagnosis of Systemic Lupus Erythematosus and antiphospholipid syndrome (APS). Under hemodialysis for the last 3 years (by a humerus-cefalic arteriovenous fistula) after an 8 years period of peritoneal dialysis which started 4 years after renal transplantation in a patient with Lupus Nephritis.

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Case Presentation Open Access

A Rare Cause of Persistent Dysphagia: Dysphagia Lusoria

Ali Cengiz, Serdar Arslan, Mehmet Sedat Durmaz , Ender Alkan, Hasan Erdogan, Aysegul Kayhan and Arzu Cengiz
Clin Med Img Lib Volume 2, Issue 7

Abstract: A 50-year-old woman referred to our internal medicine clinic complaining of recurrent solid food dysphagia at her upper-middle chest for a year. The patient's history and laboratory test results were unremarkable.

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Vascular Calcifications in Calcific Uremic Arteriolopathy

Filipa Brito Mendes, Andre Fragoso, Ana Paula Silva and Pedro Neves
Clin Med Img Lib Volume 2, Issue 7

Abstract: Calcific Uremic Arteriolopathy (CUA) or Calciphylaxis, is a severe morbid and life-threatening condition 1. Ischemic subcutaneous necrosis with vulnerable skin ulcerations are some of the characteristics of this rare but global spread disease.

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Occlusive Intestinal Invagination as First Presentation of Melanoma

Enrico Pinotti, Silvia Frassani, Giulia Lo Bianco, Luca Degrate and Fabrizio Romano
Clin Med Img Lib Volume 2, Issue 7

Abstract: Intestinal metastasis are a common finding in patients affected with melanoma; only exceptionally they can cause enteric intussusceptions and present clinically as bowel obstruction.

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