alexa Hornet Stings|omicsgroup|Journal Of Topical Diseases And Public Health

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Hornet Stings

Hornet stings are encountered frequently in clinical practice in Sri Lanka. Majority of patients sustain minor illness. However, common complication of anaphylactic shock and the rare acute kidney injury, multiple organ dysfunction and acute myocardial infarction have been reported. Most infrequently, ischemic stroke following hornet stings has been reported in scientific publications. Fatal Multi-Territory Cerebral Infarcts Following Multiple Hornet Stings in a Victim from Central Hills of Sri Lanka- Sanjeewa Bowatte OMICS Group International is one of the leading Open Access Publishers which is running 700+ peer-reviewed journals with quality articles. Journal of Tropical Diseases & Public Heath is one of the best journals which publish world quality articles. Journal of Tropical Diseases & Public Heath is a wide range of area that deals with tropical & sub-tropical diseases.
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Last date updated on September, 2020