Volume 2 Issue 6 Articles

Bilateral incomplete Tapia’s syndrome once surgical evacuation, with orotracheal cannulization, of Associate in Nursing inflammatory method of the neck

Tapia’s syndrome is characterised by paralysis of the tongue and plica vocalis, with traditional perform of the palate, and is caused by lesions of the continual cartilaginous structure branch of the X (vagus) and therefore the XII (hypoglossal) os nerves…

Severe gas-forming necrotizing fasciitis of the correct hip and thigh: Case presentation and review

In depth gas-forming necrotizing fasciitis could be a life threatening soft tissue infection. it always features a dramatic clinical presentation related to severe complications. the target of this presentation is to additional raise awareness…