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(Pleural effusion)
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  • Mycoplasma Pneumoniae among Children Hospitalized with Community-acquired Pneumonia. [Journal Article]
  • CIClin Infect Dis 2018 May 17
  • Kutty PK, Jain S, … Hicks LA
  • CONCLUSIONS: Usually considered as a mild respiratory infection, M. pneumoniae was the most commonly detected bacteria among children ≥5 years hospitalized with CAP; one-quarter of whom had co-detections. Although associated with clinically non-specific symptoms, there was a need for intensive care support in some cases. M. pneumoniae should be included in the differential diagnosis for school-aged children hospitalized with CAP.
  • Management of pleural infections. [Journal Article]
  • ERExpert Rev Respir Med 2018 May 20; :1-15
  • Ferreiro L, Porcel JM, … Valdés L
  • The management of infected pleural effusion is complex. Therapeutic resolution requires determining the following: appropriate antibiotic regimen, the need for pleural drainage, the optimal drainage ...
  • [A very unusual pleural presentation]. [Journal Article]
  • RMRev Mal Respir 2018 May 16
  • Vergne F, Le Mao R, … Tromeur C
  • Urinothorax refers to the presence of urine in the pleural space. Urinothorax is an infrequent and underdiagnosed pathology, with few cases reported, and these often suspected only with hindsight. It...
  • Blunt splenic injury during colonoscopy: Is it as rare as we think? [Journal Article]
  • AJAm J Surg 2018 May 12
  • Andrade EG, Olufajo OA, … Punch LJ
  • CONCLUSIONS: Although blunt splenic injury is an infrequently reported complication of colonoscopy, it can result in high-grade injury requiring transfusion and invasive treatment due to significant hemorrhage. As previously reported, we demonstrate a high rate of PCBSI in women over 55 with a history of prior abdominal surgery. These data suggest that a high index of suspicion for splenic injury post-colonoscopy should be present in this population.
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