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To our knowledge the mechanical compression of the deep inguinal and pelvic veins with consecutive thrombosis and pulmonary embolism has never been reported before as a fulminant complication of a diverticulum of the urinary baldder.
The infection was fulminant, and the boy died <72 hours after admission.
The generalized Shwartzman reaction has been well described in fulminant gram-negative septicemia in pregnancy and meningococcemia.
D-Galactosamine (GalN) and lipopolysaccharide (LPS)-induced hepatitis in mice is a commonly used test model with endotoxemic shock and fulminant hepatic failure, which is similar to fulminant hepatic failure in clinic (Hishinuma et al.
Halegoua-De Marzio believes this is the first reported case of fulminant liver failure due to the consumption of SlimQuick.
15] ratio becomes progressively lower from chronic hepatitis through acute hepatitis to liver cirrhosis and fulminant hepatitis (21).
The mutations could not be characterized in the presented cases because the DNA material for analysis was insufficient in one case and the other died due to the fulminant accelerated phase before hematological diagnosis was established.
Niacin use has been somewhat limited by the adverse reaction of flushing and reports of infrequent but serious hepatotoxicity, including fulminant hepatic failure.
Patients with acute, severe fulminant toxicity (more than 40 mg/kg ingested) present with multi-organ failure and die within hours.
Fulminant hepatic failure (FHF) is a sudden deterioration of liver function in an otherwise healthy individual that is associated with jaundice, coagulopathy, any degree of encephalopathy, and multiple organ dysfunction (including renal insufficiency in 50% of cases) (1).
A fulminant clinical course was pursued, with early sepsis and organ failure.
This article does a fine job of describing a very fulminant case of HIT where the patient died following a series of missed diagnoses as well as some questionable therapy practices.
Since, TTV infection is present worldwide among blood donors and is common in patients with liver diseases, including cryptogenic cirrhosis and fulminant hepatic failure.
There have been postmarketing reports of severe hepatic reactions, including liver necrosis, jaundice, fulminant hepatitis with and without jaundice, and liver failure, according to the FDA.