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Dueling Lungs: The Progression of Swyer-James Syndrome

Severe pulmonary hypertension led us to recommend surgery in the face of progressive Swyer-James syndrome. Presentation A 50-year-old African American woman presented to the Emergency Department with worsening pain over her left flank, chest, and back. The pain had been getting worse, especially in the morning, over the previous couple days and was described as […]

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Case of Tuberculous Pericarditis Mimicking Lupus Carditis

A 48-year-old man presented to the emergency department of our hospital complaining of sharp substernal chest pain, fever, and chills for 3 days. He denied shortness of breath, cough, night sweats, nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea. He also denied dry eyes, dry mouth, oral ulcers, or photosensitivity. He was born in the Dominican Republic but has […]

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Long-Term Prognosis of Low-Risk Women Presenting to the Emergency Department with Chest Pain

  Prognosis of low-risk women presenting to the emergency department (ED) with chest pain has not been clarified. We assessed early and long-term outcomes of such patients and determined the need for predischarge testing. Methods Retrospective assessment of consecutive low-risk women presenting to the ED with chest pain evaluated in a chest pain unit (CPU). […]

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Sole-Searing Pain: Classic Kaposi’s Sarcoma

To read this article in its entirety please visit our website. – This article originally appeared in the November 2017 issue of The American Journal of Medicine.

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Trench Mouth

A 37-year-old male patient presented with severe pain and bleeding of gingiva with inability to eat spicy food for 6 days. The patient was systemically healthy, but a heavy smoker for 3 years (15 cigarettes per day) and also under heavy stress due to family problems. He also complained of “metallic” taste and “pasty” saliva. Intraoral examination […]

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