SUMMARY A 46-year-old man, originally from Iran, with no relevant medical history, was admitted with intermittent acute colic pain in the lower abdomen with nausea and vomiting over the past few weeks. STUDENT DISCUSSION Cilie C. van ‘t Klooster,* Jan J. Uil, Joep van der Leeuw, Elaine F. Eppens, and Susanne C. Marczinski… Continuar leyendo Unusual Cause of Abdominal Pain
SUMMARY A 3-year-old female presented to the emergency department with worsening myoclonic and atonic seizures. Several months before presentation, she was diagnosed with epilepsy and was treated with an antiepileptic medication (zonisamide, 10 g/L oral suspension, twice daily). STUDENT DISCUSSION Joesph R. Wiencek,1,2* Dennis J. Dietzen,3,4 Teresa Murray,2 Sheila Dawling,5 Jennifer M. Colby,2 and… Continuar leyendo Persistently Increased Alloisoleucine
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