This is a case report of a patient who developed chronic renal dysfunction and neurologic emergency with multiple cranial lesions after liver transplantation. Immune-complex glomerulonephritis was confirmed on the basis of histopathologic evaluation of the renal biopsy. According to clinical features and brain magnetic resonance imaging follow-up, neuroradiographic atypical reversible posterior leukoencephalopathy syndrome (RPLS) was finally diagnosed.
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Sarcoidosis is a systemic granulomatous disorder thought to be an exaggerated immune response to unknown antigens. It often presents with bilateral mediastinal lymphadenopathy and/or pulmonary infiltrates (1).
The case of a 42- year old woman with leiomyosarcoma of the kidney, a very rare renal lesion, is presented. Leiomyosarcomas are the most common of the primary renal sarcomas which account for less than 1% of renal tumours in adults.
Etofenamate is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID). Clinical findings caused by etofenamate are uncommon. Allergic contact dermatitis is the most common cutaneous reaction reported. But petechial eruption due to etofenamate had not been reported yet. This report concerns an 11-year old male with petechial eruption after application of topical etofenamate. Physicians need to be aware that patients can develop an asymptomatic purpuric eruption when etofenamate is ordered.
We report a case of significant unilateral left proptosis after a fall in a 10-year old child. Magnetic resonance imaging showed an extraconal hyperintense orbital mass extending into the maxillary sinus which was opacified. After drainage the proptosis resolved. The cause of the acute proptosis was haemorrhage within an orbital lymphangioma.