Journal of Clinical and Medical Images (ISSN 2640-9615)

Volume 6

Calcinosis Universalis – A Rare Case of Radial Nerve Entrapment

1. Clinical Image A 78-year-old female, with a past history of dermatomiosytis, presented with a 2-month progressive loss of strength in the extension of her right wrist and fingers associated with hyposthesia on the posterior compartment of the forearm and right hand. On examination, multiple petrous subcutaneous nodules were palpable on her right upper limb …

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In Vivo Visualization of Subclinical Blisters of Pemphigoid Gestationis

Clinical Image A 38-year-old woman with recurrent pemphigoid gestationis at 10 weeks of her fourth pregnancy was treated with oral low-dose corticosteroids. Pemphigoid gestationis is a rare autoimmune disease that affects the skin during pregnancy. Under therapy the patient presented a minimal itchy erythematous rash on her upper legs (Panel A). Although, there was no …

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Efficacy and Safety of Bleomycin Sclerotherapy for Venolymphatic Malformations in Head and Neck Region with MRI Follow Up

1. Abstract 1.1. Purpose: Venolymphatic Malformations (VLM) are low flow, vascular lesions that commonly occur in the head and neck. Sclerotherapy has become the mainstay of treatment for these lesions as sclerotherapy is less invasive than surgical excision. Bleomycin is one of the sclerosing agents used for these malformations. The aim of our study was …

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Inguinal Herniation of Ureter – A Rare Cause of Hydrouretronephrosis – Clinical Image

1. Clinical Image Herniation of ureter into the inguinal canal is a rare radiological finding. We present a radiological Computed Tomographic (CT) image with contrast of a 69-year-old obese male who came to Urology OPD with complaints of mild, dullaching left loin pain. Clinical examination revealed a non-obstructing left recurrent irreducible inguinal hernia and a …

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Multiple Sclerosis-Associated Uveitis: Which outcome?

Editorial Multiple sclerosis (MS) is an autoimmune disease that causes demyelization of the central nervous system affecting often the vision [1]. The most commonly associated ocular inflammation is optic or retro bulbar neuritis; however, uveitis has rarely been reported. We reported 3 different cases of uveitis in MS patients and we describe outcomes.   DOI:http://dx.doi.org/10.47829/JCMI.2022.6104

A Senior Citizens Silent Killer Which Still Remains Ghost to Many

Editorial The Silent Generation has slowly become the Forgotten Generation to both researchers and physicians. Pharmaceutical companies make millions, if not billions of dollars off of them by developing more and more expensive drugs which are generously handed out to them by well-meaning physicians and care givers. Research, however, slowly moves away from them and …

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Giant Colonic Diverticulum – Rare Condition

1. Abstract A rare condition that affects patients with colonic diverticulosis is the giant colonic diverticulum (GCD), which has a diameter of over 4 cm. The giant colonic diverticulum affects men and women equally, achieving highest incidence in groups between 35 and 90 years old (average 65 years) and is usually located on the antimesenteric …

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Intracranial Foreign Body-Migration of Platinum Needles Subcutaneously Implanted by Acupuncture

1. Abstract The authors report a rare case of a patient with epileptic seizures manifested six months ago due to intracranial foreig bodies of acue puncture platinum needles migrated from the subcutaneous regions of the shoulder and neck. The patient was treated for bronchial asthma with implanted platinum needles by an unlicensed acupuncturist 18 years …

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