Abstract

Review Article

A few observations of clinical importance

Syed Abdul Kade*

Published: 04 June, 2019 | Volume 3 - Issue 1 | Pages: 002-008

This article reflects the opinion on a few of my clinical experiences involving symptoms and signs which are not mentioned in standard textbooks on medicine or clinical methods. These are clinical and a few radiological signs which I think worth discussing by clinical community, includes Muslim prayer’s feet, hyponatraemic bullae, early signs of oedema, PCV sign, hemi-semi-Hoffman’s sign and a few more.

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Keywords:

Feet; Hyponatraemia; Bulla; Hoffman’s sign

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