Appearing in the Journal of Medical Cases, a case study outlines what is only the fourth reported case worldwide of a rare hemoglobin (Hb) variant, Hb South Florida (Hb-SF) that can cause falsely elevated HbA1c results during standard laboratory testing in the range of poorly controlled diabetes mellitus.
A case study in Pediatrics describes the first published report of a potential oseltamivir-warfarin interaction in a child with influenza and hypoplastic left heart syndrome.
Syndrome should be considered in pregnant women with intractable nausea relieved by bathing
A case study of a woman with likely cinnamon-statin combination induced hepatitis emphasizes the potential dangers of concomitant use of dietary supplements with certain medications.
β-methylphenylethylamine (BMPEA), which is found in dietary supplements marketed to promote weight loss and improve exercise workouts, combined with exercise can cause hemorrhagic stroke, according to a case report.
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