Review: could Kidney disease cause Ureteritis?
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On Apr, 16, 2014: No report is found.
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Items in section 3 are currently under evaluation. Most began to emerge, subtly, approximately 11 years ago and have intensified over the past 2-3 years. Myelomalacia involving a 9.5-cm segment of the posterior column of the spinal cord was demonstrated on MRI 2 weeks ago.
From this study (7 months ago):
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From this study (1 year ago):
I am experiencing recurrent episodes of high pyrexia accompanied by further drop in an already low platelet count. The most receny pyrexia commenced 16 hours ago In the past I have noticed that these episodes have folloewed on fron IV Immunoglobulin and Rituximab and possibly IV Ferritin; now ? 'flu vaccine 12 days ago
I have recently experienced severe low back pain due to acute osteoporosis lumbar fracture.
1 yr ago I had partial liver resection for large Polycystic Liver Disease. This was complicated by Serpticaemias (E Coli). As far as we can tell there is no Sepsis now. Testts for EBV and SLE etc are negative
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