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Table 1 Timeline of major clinical events for case study

From: The additional genetic diagnosis of homozygous sickle cell disease in a patient with Waardenburg-Shah syndrome: a case report

Dates Relevant past medical history and interventions
8-DEC-1965 This patient was known to have a history of Waardenburg syndrome. She had a family history of congenital deafness and pigment abnormalities. A half-sister who predeceased her had also been diagnosed with SS disease
Dates Summaries from initial and follow-up visits Diagnostic testing (including dates) Interventions
8-DEC-1965 Presented with jaundice. Diagnosed as having SS disease, in addition to Waardenburg syndrome Hb electrophoresis Referred to a specialist unit for sickle cell disease
8-JUN-1966 Acquired megacolon Barium enema High rectal biopsy
2-MAR-1967 Colon aganglionosis Duhamel procedure
1978 Alopecia totalis Hair pomade
7-NOV-1990 Leg ulcer Regular dressing
9-MAR-2012 Bone pain crisis, suspected acute chest syndrome Complete blood count Buscopan (hyoscine butylbromide) 20 mg intramuscularly, Gravol (dimenhydrinate) 50 mg intramuscularly, and codeine 60 mg orally as “immediate” doses
  1. Hb hemoglobin, SS disease homozygous sickle cell disease