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  • Bartter syndrome-like phenotype in a patient with diabetes: a case report. [Journal Article]
  • JMJ Med Case Rep 2018 Aug 17; 12(1):222
  • Dalugama C, Pathirage M, Kularatne SAM
  • CONCLUSIONS: Patients presenting with body weakness need serum potassium estimation. Acquired Bartter's syndrome although rare, should be ruled out in those with hypokalemia and metabolic alkalosis with increased urinary potassium loss with poor response to potassium replacement.
  • Female pattern hair loss. [Journal Article]
  • AJAust J Gen Pract 2018; 47(7):459-464
  • Chan L, Cook DK
  • CONCLUSIONS: Alopecia can be the first symptom of systemic illness. It is therefore crucial for the primary care physician to be able to differentiate between FPHL and more concerning causes of hair loss. Treatment options often involve a combination of non-androgenic and androgenic therapy. The use of oral minoxidil in combination with oral spironolactone is a novel therapy with promising results. The role of the general practitioner is paramount in establishing the diagnosis, setting achievable therapeutic goals and navigating the psychosocial comorbidity associated with this chronic condition.
  • Detection and analysis of drug-drug interactions among hospitalized cardiac patients in the Mohammed V Military Teaching Hospital in Morocco. [Journal Article]
  • PAPan Afr Med J 2018; 29:225
  • Fettah H, Moutaouakkil Y, … Cherrah Y
  • CONCLUSIONS: This study reports the prevalence of DDIs in patients admitted to the cardiology department of a hospital in Morocco. This study shows that DDIs are frequent among hospitalized cardiac patients and highlights the need to screen prescriptions of cardiovascular patients for possible DDIs, as this helps in their detection and prevention.Pan African Medical Journal - ISSN: 1937- 8688 ( in partnership with the African Field Epidemiology Network (AFENET). ( African Medical Journal - ISSN: 1937- 8688 ( in partnership with the African Field Epidemiology Network (AFENET). (
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