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Assessment and management of a person experiencing pain from pancreatic cancer ascites: a case study

The pancreas is located behind the stomach and has exocrine and endocrine glands with several functions, including breaking down carbohydrates, acids, fats and proteins and hormonal secretion of...

Actinomycosis: a case report of two patients treated for the condition who required stoma formation

The bacteria are found in multiple locations within and on the body. They have been found inhabiting the nose, mouth, throat, oropharynx, oesophagus, stomach and intestine. Other places they can...

Extreme pacemaker reel syndrome in an elderly patient with cognitive impairment

A wheelchair-bound 82-year-old female with documented dementia presented to the emergency department (ED) following syncopal episodes. Eight months earlier a single-chamber VVI pacemaker had been...

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