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Wernicke's encephalopathy induced by hyperemesis gravidarum
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    Interesting case report

    Dear authors

    I read your article thoroughly and in my opinion it was magnificent.For a while I worked in an emergency department of a referral university hospital where, I must admit ,I rarley thought about WE in the context out side of alcoholism,diabetes and malnutrition. When I read your report ,I learnt so many clinical hints.The patient's presentation,the way you manged her and the comprehensive and practic...

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  • Published on:
    Interesting case report

    Dear authors

    I read your article thoroughly and in my opinion it was magnificent.For a while I worked in an emergency department of a referral university hospital where, I must admit ,I rarley thought about WE in the context out side of alcoholism,diabetes and malnutrition. When I read your report ,I learnt so many clinical hints.The patient's presentation,the way you manged her and the comprehensive and practic...

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    Conflict of Interest:
    None declared.