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A 42 year old man was admitted for surgical excision of a malignant vascular spinal (cervical) tumour. There was no smoking, alcohol, past medical, or family history. Regular medications on admission were: paracetamol, diclofenac, opioids, dexamethasone, and omeprazole. Postoperatively he had abdominal pain, torrential fresh …
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