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“In general, haematological neoplasms are diseases of elderly patients, the exceptions being acute lymphoblastic leukaemia which predominantly affects children, and Hodgkin lymphoma which affects people aged 20–40 years.”
Nicki R. Colledge, Davidson's Principles and Practice of Medicine

“Endocarditis caused by Strep. bovis and infection caused by C. septicum are both associated with colonic carcinoma and their isolation is considered to be an indication for colonoscopy.”
Nicki R. Colledge, Davidson's Principles and Practice of Medicine

“LMWHs are nearly 100% bioavailable and therefore produce reliable dose-dependent anticoagulation. • LMWHs do not require monitoring of their anticoagulant effect (except possibly in patients with very low body weight and with GFR < 30 mL/min). • LMWHs have a half-life of around 4 hours when given subcutaneously, compared with 1 hour for UFH. This permits once-daily dosing by the subcutaneous route, rather than the therapeutic continuous intravenous infusion or prophylactic twice-daily subcutaneous administration required for UFH. • While rates of bleeding are similar between products, the risk of osteoporosis and heparin-induced thrombocytopenia is much lower for LMWH. • However, UFH is more completely reversed by protamine sulphate in the event of bleeding and at the end of cardiopulmonary bypass, for which UFH remains the drug of choice.”
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“Alkaloids develop in potato tubers exposed to light, causing green discoloration. Ingestion induces acute vomiting and anticholinesterase-like activity.”
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“Primary hyperparathyroidism Primary hyperparathyroidism is caused by autonomous secretion of PTH, usually by a single parathyroid adenoma which can vary in diameter from a few millimetres to several centimetres. It should be distinguished from secondary hyperparathyroidism, in which there is a physiological increase in PTH secretion to compensate for prolonged hypocalcaemia (such as in vitamin D deficiency, p. 1121), and tertiary hyperparathyroidism, in which continuous stimulation of the parathyroids over a prolonged period of time results in adenoma formation and autonomous PTH secretion (Box 20.37). This is most commonly seen in individuals with advanced chronic kidney disease (p. 487).”
Nicki R. Colledge, Davidson's Principles and Practice of Medicine