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Metoclopramide-induced acute dystonic reaction misinterpreted as conversion disorder and seizure
Metoclopramide, an antiemetic, is the most common cause of drug-induced dystonic reactions. 20-year-old female patient, complaining of involuntary bilateral upward medial deviation of the eyes, generalized muscle ...
The Effect of Pycnogenol (R) on Spatial Learning and Memory in Rats with Experimental Closed Head Injury
Aim: Trauma is a leading cause of emergency admissions. In this study, we investigated the effect of Pycnogenol (R) on spatial learning and memory (SLM) function in rats subjected to closed head injury. Methods: The ...
Cyanide is one of the oldest poisons. It has recently been introduced into industrial use in the gold enrichment process in gold mines. A 36-year-old man engaged in silver polishing business was brought to our emergency ...
Analysis of the patients admitted to emergency department due to urogenital trauma and investigation of factors that affect mortality
Objective: To determine the general characteristics of urogenital trauma, and the factors that impact on mortality. Methods: Patients who were over 18 years of age admitted to the emergency service with urogenital injury ...