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Defects in insulin action and insulin secretion are both present in type 2 diabetes, and both are believed to be genetically predetermined. In the absence of a defect in β-cell function, individuals can compensate indefinitely for insulin resistance with appropriate hyperinsulinemia, as observed...
Presenting features A 69-year-old man presented with nausea and vomiting. He was in good health until 2 years before presentation, when he first noted occasional difficulty eating solid foods. He could chew food without difficulty, but sometimes he had the sensation that the food was lodged in...
Purpose To determine whether nosocomial candidemia is associated with increased mortality in intensive care unit (ICU) patients.
Background Syncope is a well-recognized symptom of acute aortic dissection, often indicating the development of dangerous complications such as cardiac tamponade.
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