A 42-year-old female complaining of right-eye swelling was admitted under our service. Forty days prior to admission, the patient had fever and chills associated with left flank pain, cloudy urine and bilateral leg edema. About a week after the onset of symptoms, she was admitted for a complicated urinary tract infection (UTI) secondary to nephrolithiasis, given intravenous ceftriaxone, and eventually discharged after ten days, with resolution of symptoms, except for the persistence of minimal left flank pain.
Malabanan-Cabebe CGF, Villano MAF.
A live female neonate weighing 2.7 kg, with a Ballard Score of 37 weeks. On physical examination, all four chambers of the heart were found to be extrathoracic, with neither pericardium nor skin cover.
Estrera JV, Mitchao DP, Descallar-Mata R.
Milana-Martinez JKT, Zabala DAR, Lim KAT, Lacuesta-Gutierrez MPM, Visitacion LR