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Paraplegia in an elderly patient due to pott's disease
Spinal tuberculosis (Pott's disease) is still an important problem in many countries and mayresult in severe neurological deficits. Pott's paraplegia can occur in the early period of the disease or many years later. Pott's ...
Tuberculous valvular endocarditis with brain abscesses a case report and literature review
(Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2017)
Tuberculous endocarditis (TBE) is a rare clinical entity, usually encountered during the course of miliary tuberculosis. Brain abscess is a very rare complication of TBE. Here, we report a case of valvular TBE presenting ...
Urological infections in the developing world: An increasing problem in developed countries
Purpose Infectious diseases that often follow geographical distribution patterns are increasingly crossing such boundaries, aided by human travel and commerce. These pose a new challenge to physicians who are required to ...