Burkitt's Lymphoma Presenting as Endobronchial Lesion
Fatih Uzer, Levent Dertsiz and Aykut Cilli
Article Type: Case Report | First Published: July 29, 2017
Primary endobronchial tumor is seen rarely in young adults. Benign neoplasms such as hamartoma, hemangioma, papilloma, leiomyoma are seen more often whereas maling conditions are infrequent. Lymphoma is quite rare in children. ...
Severe ANCA Associated Vasculitis in the Setting of Cocaine Abuse: A Case Report
Ana Ramirez Berlioz, Orlando Garner, Eliana Wiesner, Alfredo Iardino Scarano and Kalpana Bhairavarasu
Article Type: Case Report | First Published: July 27, 2017
A 41-year-old Hispanic female with known medical history significant for bronchial asthma presents to the Emergency Department (ED) in February 2010, complaining of a 3-week long history of an erythematous tender rash with irregular margins on the tip of her nose, upper and lower extremities (Figure 1) accompanied by bilateral elbow, knee and ankle pain. ...
Gaisbock's Syndrome: A Case Study
J Kelly Smith
Article Type: Case Study | First Published: July 24, 2017
A 57-year-old hypertensive, obese woman presented with several weeks of a febrile flu-like illness, facial and extremity flushing, and laboratory findings of polycythemia. A workup revealed no evidence of polycythemia rubra vera or a secondary cause of her polycythemia (her erythropoietin level was normal, she had no splenomegaly, and a test for JAK2 v617F mutation was negative)....