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Case report

Any interesting case study highlighting new facts or diagnostic challenge may be submitted. It should have maximum of 1500 words with a maximum of 15 references. A maximum of TWO figures, TWO tables may be allowed
Transected Tracheal Definitive Airway
Figure 1: An Endotracheal tube size 5 placed directly through the transected trachea (shown by white arrow).
Third Head of Biceps Brachii Muscle with Variant Insertion
Figure 1: Anterior view of a dissected right upper limb showing 3rd head of biceps brachii. 1 = 3rd head of biceps brachii; 2 = Main biceps brachii; 3 = Median nerve.
Case study: Morel-Lavallee Lesion
Figure 1: Swelling over left lower lumbar region
Locked-in Syndrome
Figure 1: A) A representative specimen of a king cobra, Ophiophagus hannah and its ability to rear up approximately one third of its length. It can grow to more than 5 metres long being the largest venomous snake in the world (photo copyright to Ahmad Khaldun Ismail); B) The typical large ‘butterfly’ shaped occipital scales on a king cobra’s head (photo copyright to Taksa Vasaruchapong)
Pregnancy Outcomes of Sickle Cell Disease in Malaysia
Secondary Extramedullary Plasmacytoma of the Orbit
Figure 1: a) Demonstrating the left upper eyelid swelling at presentation; b) Post excision biopsy; c) Shrinkage of the swelling post radiotherapy and while undergoing chemotherapy
Treatment of Septic Hip Dislocation with a Preserved Femoral Head
Figure 1: a) Radiograph showing pathological right hip dislocation at the age of 2 years due to a missed septic arthritis during infancy;
A Problem of Polypharmacy in Elderly
Figure 1: Initial electrocardiogram (ECG) during arrival to the emergency cardiac unit showing no P wave and slow ventricular rate of 33 beats per minute.
Novice Emergency Sonographer
Figure 1: Target sign. Thick arrow indicating the ‘target-sign’
Unusual Variant of Sphenopalatine Foramen and Artery
Figure 1: Left nasal cavity with black arrow pointing at the left sphenopalatine artery. (MT: Middle turbinate; PC: Posterior choana; PMSW: Posterior maxillary sinus wall.