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  • Intrahepatic Cholestasis in a Sickle Cell Patient Unresponsive to Exchange Blood Transfusion. [Journal Article]
    Am J Med Case Rep 2019; 7(4):67-70Likhtshteyn M, Iqbal S, … Thor S
  • With the advent of hydroxyurea, the sickle cell population has been enjoying a prolonged life span as compared to the pre-hydroxyurea era. Traditionally, acute complications of sickle cell disease includes acute chest syndrome, MI and stroke. In this report we present a case of an elderly man with sickle cell disease who presented with intrahepatic cholestasis (SCIC); a rather rare and fatal comp…
  • Sepsis 2019 - New Trends and Their Implications for Multiple Trauma Patients. [Journal Article]
    Z Orthop Unfall 2019Dickmann P, Bauer M
  • In spring 2016, an updated sepsis definition (Sepsis-3) introduced a new explanation for the clinical picture of sepsis. Until then, sepsis had been understood as a "systemic inflammatory response syndrome (SIRS)" resulting from infection. An improved understanding of the molecular mechanisms and broad epidemiological studies of the clinical appearance shifted the focus from the inflammatory resp…
  • Complex multigestational anomalies. [Journal Article]
    Semin Pediatr Surg 2019; 28(4):150825Marwan AI, Zaretsky M, Feltis B
  • The increase in multiple gestation pregnancies has resulted in significant health care implications for both mother and child. Our ability to diagnose and intervene on an at-risk multi-gestation pregnancy has dramatically improved. It is important for the pediatric surgeon to be equipped with a basic fund of knowledge concerning these pregnancies. An understanding of amnionicity and chorionicity …
  • Temporary abdominal packing for management of persistent hemorrhage after liver lobectomy in three dogs with hepatic neoplasia. [Journal Article]
    J Vet Emerg Crit Care (San Antonio) 2019; 29(5):535-541Evans NA, Hardie RJ, … Bach J
  • CONCLUSIONS: Temporary abdominal packing combined with medical management was successful in achieving hemostasis in all 3 dogs, however, 2 dogs died of complications related to multiple organ dysfunction syndrome. Temporary abdominal packing may be considered when definitive surgical hemostasis cannot be achieved or in unstable patients not able to tolerate prolonged surgical times. Further research is needed to better define efficacy, optimal patient selection, packing technique, timing of removal, and complications associated with temporary abdominal packing.
  • A child in shock: carotid blowout syndrome. [Journal Article]
    Arch Dis Child Educ Pract Ed 2019Stilwell PA, Robertson F, … Sutcliffe AG
  • Paediatricians commonly encounter neck lumps during their routine clinical practice; vascular abnormalities, such as (pseudo)aneurysms, are a rare cause of these. Pseudoaneurysms of the carotid artery in children are usually the result of blunt or penetrating trauma, infection or vasculitis/connective tissue disorders. They can present with a variety of symptoms including neck pain, as a pulsatil…
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