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  • Repetitive Episodic Isolated Vertigo in a Patient with Cerebellar Infarction. [Case Reports]
    J Stroke Cerebrovasc Dis 2019; 28(7):e98-e99Usui M, Mashiko T, … Fujimoto S
  • Isolated vertigo is an important symptom of posterior circulation stroke. It has been reported that 11.3% of patients with isolated vertigo have a stroke and that most lesions are located in the cerebellum, particularly in the posterior inferior cerebellar artery. We report the case of a 63-year-old man with multiple atherosclerotic risk factors and atrial fibrillation who showed repeated episode…
  • First report of camel contagious ecthyma in Nigeria. [Journal Article]
    Open Vet J 2018; 8(2):208-211Adedeji AJ, Gamawa AA, … Ahmed AI
  • Camel contagious ecthyma (CCE) is a viral disease of camelids that is caused by a Parapoxvirus (PPV) which is a DNA virus of the viral family: Poxviridae. Diseases affecting camels in Nigeria are scarcely reported. CCE or the laboratory detection of camel PPV (CPPV) has not been reported in Nigeria. This study investigated and described the clinical presentation of CCE and molecular detection of …
  • Diagnostic accuracy of preoperative ultrasonography in predicting contralateral inguinal hernia in children: a systematic review and meta-analysis. [Meta-Analysis]
    Eur Radiol 2019; 29(2):866-876Dreuning KMA, Ten Broeke CEM, … Derikx JPM
  • CONCLUSIONS: Diagnostic accuracy of preoperative ultrasonography to detect CPPV seems promising, though may result in an overestimation of MCIH prevalence, since CPPV does not invariably lead to MCIH. Unequivocal ultrasonographic criteria are mandatory for proper diagnosis of CPPV and subsequent prediction of MCIH.• Diagnostic accuracy of preoperative ultrasonography for detection of CPPV in children with unilateral inguinal hernia is high. • Preoperative ultrasonographic evaluation of the contralateral groin assumedly results in an overestimation of MCIH prevalence. • Unequivocal ultrasonographic criteria are mandatory for proper diagnosis of CPPV and risk factor identification is needed to predict whether CPPV develops into clinically apparent MCIH.
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