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"Massive oedema of the lips, tongue and uvula due to injection Diclofenac sodium (VoveranTM)"

Dermatology at a glance 1
A 48-year old gentleman presented to the Emergency Department with history of painful swellings all over his body of 10 days duration.

Problem Patient 1
"The biggest thing I hate is a patient who doesn't trust his/her doctor, questioning every move or intervention involving treatment".

Radiology Round 1
Mr. T, 58 years old, was riding his motorbike which was hit by a truck from behind. He lost his balance and fell on the road. About 45 minutes later, he was brought to the emergency department by on-lookers from the accident site.

Subtle Status Epilepticus
Also known as Non-Convulsive Status Epilepticus


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