- Fluconazole/itraconazole/vincristine interaction. // Reactions Weekly;3/10/2012, Issue 1392, p24
The article describes the cases of twelve patients who developed paralytic ileus while being treated with itraconazole or fluconazole in combination with vincristine.
- Amlodipine overdose. // Reactions Weekly;7/7/2012, Issue 1409, p10
The article describes the case of a 60-year-old woman who developed acute severe intestinal obstruction due to amlodipine overdose.
- Carbamazepine/quetiapine overdose. // Reactions Weekly;11/19/2011, Issue 1378, p12
The article describes a case of intestinal obstruction that developed in a 22-year-old man following an overdose of carbamazepine and quetiapine.
- Carboplatin/etoposide. // Reactions Weekly;12/15/2012, Issue 1432, p14
The article describes the case of a 62-year-old man who developed bowel obstruction while under carboplatin and etoposide chemotherapy for extensive stage small cell lung cancer (SCLC).
- Lithium. // Reactions Weekly;7/10/2010, Issue 1309, p27
The article describes the case of a 35-year-old woman who developed adynamic ileus while under lithium treatment regimen for bipolar disorder.
- Clozapine. // Reactions Weekly;1/29/2011, Issue 1336, p15
The article describes the case of a 35-year-old man who developed paralytic ileus after receiving clozapine.
- Small bowel obstruction secondary to intramural haematoma: 2 case reports. // Reactions Weekly;8/27/2011, Issue 1366, p30
The article describes two case reports on older men who received treatment with warfarin but developed small bowel obstruction secondary to intramural haematoma.
- Eosinophilic colitis presenting as a left-sided... Box, J. Craig; Tucker, Jeff // American Surgeon;Aug97, Vol. 63 Issue 8, p741
Presents a study on a case of eosinophilic colitis leading to a left-sided colocolonic intussusception and subsequent large bowel obstruction. Case report of patient with eosinophilic colitis; Histological criteria for eosinophilic gastroenteritis.
- Primary Small Bowel Tumour Presenting as Bowel Obstruction in a Patient with a Virgin Abdomen. Xilin Wu; Hester Y. S. Cheung; Cliff C. C. Chung; Michael K. W. Li // International Journal of Clinical Medicine;Nov2011, Vol. 2 Issue 5, p636
Primary malignancies of the small bowel are rare and usually present with vague, non-specific symptoms. This leads to diagnostic difficulties for both physician and radiologists alike. We present a case of a 54-year-old lady with a virgin abdomen who initially presented to hospital with vague...