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

Volume 6

Loss of Transposons When the Plasmid pCG86 Transferred into Laboratory Strain E.Coli K-12

1. Introduction In a recent article Dr S. Palchaudhuri has shown that the F plasmid of E.coli K-12 was never a single replicon but precisely a co-integrate of two replicons, F replicon and R replicon; but these two replicons are never expressed simultaneously. Under the selection pressure of antibiotics abused in Tokyo hospitals, F replicon …

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Case Series: Hepatic Portal Venous Gas Post Liver Transplant

1. Abstract The detection of hepatic portal venous (PV) gas can be a concerning finding often having grave prognosis of bowel ischaemia and gangrene. But the finding of PV gas in a patient who is clinically well may often be a benign finding with no ominous outcomes. PV gas can be a benign finding in …

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Multimodal Imaging Analysis in A Child with Aortico-Left Ventricular Tunnel and Left Ventricular Noncompaction

1. Case Report An 11-year-old girl was admitted to the hospital with new-onset chest tightness with exercise. Physical examination revealed a harsh systolic and diastolic flow murmur, grade 4/6, loudest between the second and third intercostal spaces along the left sternal border, with radiation throughout the precordium. The second auscultation area of the aortic valve …

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Differential Arterial Stiffness in Upper Limbs and Descending Aorta in a Young Patient with Moyamoya Disease and Hypertension in Singapore –A Rare Finding in a Rare Case

1. Introduction Extra cranial Manifestations of Moyamoya Disease (MMD) involving systemic vessels has been explored scarcely in literature. We describe a 22-year-old male who initially presented with headaches and neck ache and was found to have young-onset hypertension contributed by intracranial disease and possible Reno vascular hypertension.

Superficial Lipomatous Hamartoma: An Unusual Presentation

1. Abstract Superficial lipomatous hamartoma is a rare congenital and benign tumor characterized histologically by the presence of lipoblastic fat cells around the vascular pathways. We report a new observation of an atypical localization of this entity. A 21-year-old patient with no significant pathological history presented since the age of 6 with an asymptomatic verrucous …

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Acquired Hypertrichosis Lanuginosa Associated with Lung Carcinoma

1. Abstract A 69-year-old patient, an active chronic smoker, consulted for hypertrichosis evolving for 9 months. The clinical examination found diffuse lanugo hair, on the face and the neck (Figure 1). The rest of the exam was unremarkable. In addition, patient complained of concomitant onset of asthenia, dyspnoea, and weight loss amounting to 10 kg …

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A Rare Location of Kimura’s Disease in a Greek Male Patient with a Right Thigh’s Lump (First Case in Europe): Case Report-Review of Medical Literature

1. Preamble Kimura’s disease is a benign rare inflammatory disorder of unknown aetiology which might mimic neoplastic’s lesion. Epidemiologically this condition, affects young Asian males. Early diagnosis of kimura’s disease may spare the patient from unnecessary invasive diagnostic procedure (surgery-biopsy).

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