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Volume-5, 2024
Issue 4 (April)



Prolapse in a nulliparous woman

Uterine prolapse is a common condition among women, pregnancy and childbirth are the most important environmen- tal risk factors for prolapse. However, the presence of uterine prolapse in nulliparous women is rare.

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Miliaria crystallina in intensive care unit

Miliaria, or eccrine miliaria, is a frequently seen skin disease triggered by blocked eccrine sweat glands and ducts, causing backflow of eccrine sweat into the dermis or epidermis wich results in a rash comprising sweat-filled vesicle formation under the skin, it is most common in warm, humid climates during the summer months [1].

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Chronic back pain in untreated gout

A 41-year-old man with a 10-year history of untreated chronic tophaceous gout presented with acute flare of gouty arthritis. He has chronic low back pain which has become more severe for the past 1 year.

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Insights into EJV varix: A comprehensive case report

Venous aneurysms originating from the External Jugular Vein (EJV) are uncommon, with those arising from the internal jugular vein being more prevalent. Spontaneous EJV aneurysms are exceedingly rare, leading to ongoing debates regarding their management [1].

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Recurrent midgut volvulus: A case report

We report the case of a 2-month-old who had recurrent midgut volvulus after undergoing the Ladd’s procedure on the first day of life for malrotation with midgut volvulus. Recurrent midgut volvulus after a Ladd’s procedure is a rare entity.

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Esthesioneuroblastoma: Case report

Esthesioneuroblastomas (ENBs), first described by Berger and Luc, are rare tumours thought to arise in the olfactory receptors in the nasal mucosa or the cribriform plate of the ethmoid bone and superior turbinate

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Chediak-Higashi syndrome with hemophagocytic cells in CSF

An infant with Chediak-Higashi syndrome is presented who developed hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis (HLH). During the initial evaluations, CSF was analyzed which showed abnormal leukocytes and monocytes with giant granules and hemophagocytosis.

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Hydrocephalus as a rare presentation of neurosarcoidosis

Neurosarcoidosis represents a rare manifestation of sarcoidosis, with hydrocephalus occurring in only 5-9% of cases. A 56-year-old female presented with severe hydrocephalus. Initial management involved a third ventriculostomy. Subsequent diagnostic evaluations

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