A 48-year-old woman with multiple sclerosis (MS) experienced acute symptomatic sinus bradycardia after receiving high-dose intravenous corticosteroid therapy, also known as pulse steroid therapy (PST), for treatment of an acute MS flare.
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A recently published case study details the first known incidence of sulfa hypersensitivity in primary HIV.
Unilateral leg pain and inability to bear weight combined with fever and decreased urinary output were the first signs of a life-threatening infection in a toddler.
This case details the potential dietary supplement adverse effect, thyrotoxicosis.
Are hormonal changes to blame, or something else?
Amphetamine-like analogues as a short term adjunct in management of exogenous obesity have several absolute contraindications like history of cardiovascular disease and hyperthyroidism, but not diabetes. A case study in Case Reports in Endocrinology describes a patient with a history of type 1 diabetes who experienced diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA) after starting diethylpropion HCI for weight loss.
As a part of his employer’s incentive pay program, Mr. B came in for a routine physical. He was a seemingly healthy 37-year-old white man with no medical complaints to report. Mr. B worked as a correctional officer and, as such, was encouraged to keep his health records current. His annual exam was supposed to be pro forma, but it revealed silent traits that even he was astonished to find.