Volume 1, Issue 2 - 2016

Case Report

Stump Appendicitis

Corresponding Author: Alan Rey Lucerna, Associate Program Director, Emergency Medicine Residency, Rowan Univeristy-SOM/ Kennedy Health Systems, 18 East Laurel Road, Emergency Department, Stratford, NJ 08084, USA
Citation: Gotliboym K, Hourigan J, Espinosa J and Lucerna A. (2016). Stump Appendicitis. M J Case. 1(2): 006.

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Surgical Emphysema of the Forearm Following a Minor Skin Laceration

Corresponding Author: Noor Janjua, Department of ENT, Queen Alexandra Hospital, Southwick Hill Road, Cosham Portsmouth, PO6 3LY, UK
Citation: Janjua N, Higgins J and Sauve P. (2016). Surgical Emphysema of the Forearm Following a Minor Skin Laceration. M J Case. 1(2): 007.

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Obstructive Uropathy as a Cause of Acute Renal Failure During Labor

Corresponding Author: Ariel Polonsky, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Jersey City Medical Center, 355 Grand Street Jersey City, New Jersey 07302, USA
Citation: Polonsky A, Barbara D and Gagliardi C. (2016). Obstructive Uropathy as a Cause of Acute Renal Failure During Labor. M J Case. 1(2): 008.

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Sacrococcygeal Agenesis

Corresponding Author: Ahmad Reshad Faizi, French Medical Institute for Children, Karti sakhi 26000 Kabul, Afghanistan
Citation: Aien MT, Faizi AR and Maroof S. (2016). Sacrococcygeal Agenesis. M J Case. 1(2): 009.

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Severe Alkalemia (pH 7.85): Compatible with Life? A Triple Acid-Base Conundrum

Corresponding Author: Kishan B Patel, Department of Emergency medicine/ Internal Medicine resident at Rowan-SOM in Stratford, NJ, USA
Citation: Patel KB, Espinosa J, Wiley J, Roy N, et al. (2016). Severe Alkalemia (pH 7.85): Compatible with Life? A Triple Acid-Base Conundrum. M J Case. 1(2): 010.

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