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  • Cerebral edema during the management of diabetic ketoacidosis in an adult with new onset diabetes mellitus 

    Milan, Alexei Ortiz; Cox, Megan; Mirino, Carlos Medina; Fernandez, Aurelio Rodriguez; Rivera, Yordanka Pina (Sociedad Cubana de Medicina Intensiva y Emergencias, http://articulos.sld.cu/urgencia/, 2017)
    Cerebral edema associated with Diabetes Ketoacidosis (DKA) is a rare but frequently fatal complication typically occurring 4 to 12 hours after initiation of treatment, but it can develop any time during DKA management. ...
  • Spontaneous splenic infarcts and rupture presenting as massive haemoperitoneum 

    Ayane, Negusse Gezahen; Cox, Megan; Shifa, Jemal; Kadimo, Khutsafalo (Pula: Botswana Journal of African Studies, http://journals.ub.bw/index.php/pula, 2017)
    Spontaneous rupture of a normal spleen without a history of an evident blunt abdominal trauma is a rare clinical entity and can occur in both histologically normal and diseased spleen. Non-traumatic spontaneous splenic ...