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Jacques Di Costanzo
The fact that Napoleon Ist died from gastric cancer seems to be well established. Arguments for the hypothesis of chronic arsenic poisoning have recently been developed in the literature. This study, focused on the gastrointestinal diseases of Napoleon in Saint Helena, is based on a confrontation between the clinical semiological anamnesis and the anatomical data in the autopsy report by F. Antommarchi. Napoleon presented several gastrointestinal diseases: gall-bladder lithiasis complicated with angiocholitis, chronic colitis and certainly a gastric cancer...
2002: Science Progress
W Sułowicz, A Kraśniak, I Gościński, J Cichoński, M Moskała, G Chmiel, E Janusz-Grzybowska
Spontaneous intracranial hematoma is not rare, but with bad prognosis, complication in patients on maintenance hemodialysis (HD). Diagnostic difficulties result from a fact that symptoms of acute hematoma such as headaches,, nausea, vomitis, apathy, sleepiness, parestesia and seizures may also suggest dysequilibrium syndrome, dialytic dementia as well as hypertensive encephalopathy. We describe a case of female patient with 20-year interview data of hypertension on HD since 1981 because of end-stage renal failure in a course of chronic glomerulonephritis, who developed spontaneous epi- and subdural hematoma four year ago in 47 age of life...
2000: Przegla̧d Lekarski
K Biener, M Rickenbach
From 1436 pupils in North-Switzerland 9% of the boys and 3% of the girls smoked their first cigarette within or before the age of six years. 32% of these first cigarettes were smoked in woods or parks. 37% on streets, 31% on other places. 25% of the first cigarettes were stolen, not bought. 50% of all these children remembered to have a headache, vomitying or a stomach-ache after smoking the first cigarette. The boys began to smoke daily at the age of 13, the girls at the age of 14.
September 1976: Sozial- und Präventivmedizin
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