Imperial College London

Dr Benjamin Mullish

Faculty of MedicineDepartment of Metabolism, Digestion and Reproduction

NIHR Clinical Lecturer
 
 
 
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Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother Wing (QEQM)St Mary's Campus

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Mullish BH, Biles D, Mahalingasivam V, Bhalla R, Packe GE, O'Shaughnessy Tet al., 2012, The need to improve quality in emergency oxygen use in adult patients, and innovative strategies to achieve it., London Deanery Leadership Innovation and Teamwork Conference

Conference paper

Mullish BH, Mohiuddin SA, Fan S, 2011, Peritoneal dialysis delivered creatinine clearance - can we predict it from creatinine based equations?, 10th European Peritoneal Dialysis Meeting

Conference paper

Mullish BH, Vasdev S, 2011, Massive subcutaneous emphysema causing upper airway obstruction following accidental dislodgement of an intercostal drain., 11th Emergency and Acute Medicine Trainees Association Annual Conference

Conference paper

Mullish BH, Apps A, Damani N, 2011, Shoulder pain and dysphagia with an unexpected cause., BMJ Case Rep, Vol: 2011

A 31-year-old female pharmacist of Nigerian origin, now resident in London, described 4 months of worsening left-sided subscapular pain despite the use of increasingly potent analgesia. She also described progressive dysphagia, first to solids and later to liquid foods. She remained systemically well, with no associated symptoms and normal physiological observations. In light of raised plasma inflammatory markers and chest radiography demonstrating a widened paraspinal stripe, the patient underwent CT and subsequent MRI of the thorax and upper spine. This revealed bony destruction of multiple higher thoracic vertebrae, with an associated epidural abscess mediating spinal cord impingement at T5. A large prevertebral collection spanning C7-T9 directly compressing and displacing the oesophagus was demonstrated. These findings collectively suggested spinal tuberculosis (Pott's disease); PCR confirmed the presence of Mycobacterium tuberculosis. The patient was successfully treated with oral anti-tuberculous chemotherapy and physiotherapy.

Journal article

Mullish BH, Khan SA, 2010, Ascites, Student BMJ, Vol: 18

Journal article

Mullish BH, 2007, Molecular Imaging in Cancer, Cambridge Medicine, Vol: 21, Pages: 11-15

Journal article

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