Falls and vision defect: what can be the connection?

Rome, Italy

I attended her in the last minutes of her life, and this allowed me to know her story. Fifteen years earlier, when she was on her sixtees, she began to fall on the street with some frequency. Several visits to the general practitioner, orthopaedic and rehabilitation were not very useful.

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Real clinical scenario: How to put things together? A paresis

Iceland

A 71-year-old woman went to the hospital with pain in her right abdomen, fever and chills, and a yellowish watery diarrhea. He had no vomiting or other symptoms. The patient had had an upper digestive haemorrhage 25 years ago. The patient was diabetic type II. The initial  diagnosis was gastroenteritis with radiological signs of transverse and left colitis

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