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  • Case report - Medical Published: Aug 05, 2017

    A Case of Felty’s Syndrome with Delayed Articular Involvement

    Felty’s syndrome is mostly characterized by rheumatoid arthritis, neutropenia, and splenomegaly. In rare cases, such as this one, we have patients that present with unexplained neutropenia without any evidence of arthritis. In this case, the patient presented with a history of multiple infections due to his neutropenia. Laboratory investigations revealed…

    -Lincey Alexida1*, and Pranav Patel2

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  • Case report - Medical Published: Aug 04, 2017

    Rare and Aggressive Fistula-Related Cancer in Patients with Long Standing Fistulising Perianal Crohn’s Disease: Report of 3 New Cases and Short Review Of Literature

    Malignant transformation of chronic perianal fistulas is considered as a rare and separate entity from the risk of colonic adenocarcinomas in patients with Crohn’s disease. Less than a hundred cases have been published in the past 60 years. Such diagnosis is difficult due to lack of symptoms specificity resulting in…

    -Serrero M*, Sigrand J, Santoni A, Gonzalez JM, Benezech A, Desjeux A, Gasmi M, and Grimaud JC

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  • Case report - Medical Published: Jul 05, 2017

    A Case of Granulomatosis with Polyangiitis with Concurrent Monoclonal Gammopathy of Undetermined Significance

    Granulomatosis with polyangiitis (GPA) is one of the antineutrophil cytoplasmic antibody (ANCA)-associated vasculitides. Monoclonal gammopathy of undetermined significance (MGUS) is a condition that presents with monoclonal protein without any clinical manifestations related to the monoclonal gammopathy. Here we report a case of man who presented with cutaneous nodules, lung cavity,…

    -Naoho Takizawa and Yoshiro Fujita

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  • Case report - Medical Published: Jun 30, 2017

    Giant Ileal Polyp Causing Ileocolic Intussusception

    IFPs are rare benign tumors most commonly found in stomach, followed by ileum. Smaller IFPs are usually asymptomatic. The presence of symptoms depends on the size and site of tumor. Gastric IFPs can present with outlet obstruction and bleeding resulting in anemia, whereas giant small bowel IFPs usually present with…

    -Radhika Chavan, Zaheer Nabi, Anuradha Sekharan, Rakesh Kalapala, and Nageshwar Reddy

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