Case Presentation

An Adult Acute Epiglottis Case Diagnosed During Upper Gastrointestinal Endoscopy and Possibly Related to Hookah Smoking

1. Introduction Acute epiglottitis has the potential to cause sudden, complete airway obstruction. It is a medical emergency that requires rapid diagnosis and careful management of the airway. Although infrequent in adult patient group, if overlooked, it has the potential for the worse outcomes. We present a case of acute epiglottitis which in the routine …

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More Than Meets the Eyes – An Unusual Aetiology for Pan-Proctocolitis

1. Clinical Presentation A middle-age gentleman, residing in Singapore, presented with altered bowel habits for 2-week duration, associated with left iliac fossa pain, hematochezia and significant weight loss of 10kg. There was no significant travel history or sick contact preceding the symptoms. Physical examination was unremarkable, except for digital rectal examination which revealed in duration …

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Clinical Case Reports, Case Series, Clinical Vignettes: Where Are We Today?

1. Abstract In the past two or three decades, we have witnessed and built remarkable methodologies not only specific to the growing spectrum of clinical case reporting, but also diversified based on what we are doing, presenting, and evaluating as pertains to our daily experience with clinical cases. Yes, such endeavours are also research. This …

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