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Microascus trigonosporus (anamorfo Scopulariopsis trigonospora) es un hongo filamentoso ubicuo que se encuentra en el suelo, plumas de aves, material vegetal e insectos. Aunque Scopulariopsis spp se consideran comunmente hongos contaminantes, pueden causar ocasionalmente infecciones en humanos, en especial onicomicosis. Excepcionalmente se han descrito infecciones de piel, abscesos cerebrales, endocarditis, sinusitis e infecciones diseminadas por Scopulariopsis spp, casi siempre en pacientes inm...
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espanolMultiples farmacos pueden causar edema agudo de pulmon no cardiogenico. Establecer esta relacion causal resulta muy dificil en muchos casos debido a la escasa incidencia documentada con algunos farmacos y a que la sintomatologia no es especifica. Si bien el edema periferico es un efecto secundario frecuente del amlodipino, solamente se han publicado en la literatura dos casos de edema pulmonar causado por amlodipino y ambos ocurrieron en el contexto de dosis supraterapeuticas. Se describe...
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The authors present a rare case of a 90 years old man non-traumatic chylothorax and chylous ascites.
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Adult Onset Still’s Disease (AOSD) is a rare, systemic inflammatory disease. Its main manifestations consist of fever, arthralgias and evanescent rash and the diagnosis is essentially clinical. The authors present a case of a 43-year-old woman admitted to the Emergency Department because of fever, odynophagia and arthralgia for about 2 weeks. Complementary diagnostic tests showed elevation of C-Reactive Protein (CRP) and leukocytosis. After exhaustive investigation, the diagnosis of AOSD was mad...
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Non-O1 non-O139 Vibrio cholerae can rarely cause severe extra-intestinal infections like skin and soft tissue infections, primary bacteremia or pneumonia. The authors describe a case of a 69-year-old man who developed a bacteriemic cellulitis after placing his legs in shallow water in the Cavado river estuary. This is the first reported case of a non-O1 non-O139 V.cholerae bacteriemic celluilitis in Portugal
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