1.1. Introduction: Persistent thorasic airleak is a rare complication after totally implantable port-chamber catheter(PCC) implantation. Prolonged airleaks are undesirable because they prolong the duration of chest tube drainage with associated pain and risk of infection and they also prolong hospitalization. In cancer patients, it is important to prevent this rare complication and to recognize it early if it does occur.
A rare case of EBV infection mimicking polymyositis with Hemophagocytic syndrome-diagnostic challenges and pitfalls
To describe the clinical evolution of a case of Epstein-Barr virus infection simulating polymyositis from initial visit to final death
The role of strain echocardiography in the early diagnosis of AL type cardiac amylodiosis: A Case Report
Cardiac amyloidosis is a progressive cardiomyopathy that results from the accumulation of disrupted endogenous proteins in the heart in the form of amyloid fibrils. Diagnosing cardiac amyloidosis is a difficult process for clinicians and requires suspicion first. AL type cardiac amyloidosis is the most fatal type compared to other types of cardiac amyloidosis.
IMRT combined with Cetuximab for locally recurrent nasopharyngeal carcinoma Case and literature review
1.1. Objective: Objective to explore the efficacy and safety of IMRT combined with cetuximab in the treatment of locally recurrent nasopharyngeal carcinoma.