Volume 4 Issue 6

Issue 6 Articles

Endophthalmitis-Like Reaction Following an Intravitreal Injection of Triamcinolone Acetonide

Case Report
Pseudo endophthalmitis is a rare entity, described after intravitreal injection of Triamcinolone which manifests itself at the latest on the 3rd day, by a painless eye hyperemia, para- doxically with intra inflammation significant eye piece associating a pseudo-hypopion

Association Between Testosterone Levels and Clinical Markers of Atherosclerosis

Research Article
To investigate the association between testosterone levels and parameters obtained from the clinical exercise stress test from 119 middle-aged Swedish men. All subjects underwent a clinical exercise stress test and data on maximal heart rate, systolic pressure, diastolic pressure; and ST-segment levels in lead augmented vector foot (lead aVF) and lead left precordial voltage 5 (lead v5) were collected.

Condylomata Acuminata of External Urethral Meatus: Clinical and Dermoscopic

Clinical Image
Condyloma acuminata is one of the most common virally transmitted diseases. Its localization in the urethra is rarely described. A 37-year-woman admitted to our clinic with dysuria and papillary lesion at the urethral meatus. Physical examination revealed that multiple papillary lesions sitting in the urethral meatus. Dermoscopic finding guided diagnosis and a radical local excision with of the lesion histopatho- logical examination was performed.

CT Scan Based COVID-19 Diagnosis. Is It Possible?

Clinical Image
The COVID-19 pandemic has indicated the significance of negative results of samples taken to identify severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) by a real-time reverse transcriptase PCR (RT-PCR) assay [1,2]. One of the most common Computed Tomography (CT) image finding in patients with SARS-CoV-2 pneumonia was pure ground-glass opacities with bilateral distribution of lung lesions [3]. The study present two cases with symptoms corresponding to COVID-19 with a similar image in CT, however, one...

3-Cases of Lung Adenocarcinoma: Confused by High Serum CA19-9 Levels and Interstitial Changes on Chest CT

Short Communication
Objective: To explore the clinical characteristics and cause of misdiagnosis of 3 cases of lung cancer, and to provide evidence for limiting the risk for misdiagnosis of similar cases in the future. Materials and Methods: The medical record and clinical data of three patients with lung adeno- carcinoma were analyzed retrospectively. Initially these patients were diagnosed as interstitial pneu- monia complicated by infection in outside hospitals because the CT scans showed pulmonary fibrosis