From the Editor
The September 2015 issues of Anesthesia and Analgesia Case Reports (AACR) present a potpourri of anesthesia patient care challenges. Examples include:
In the September 15th issue, Eoh and colleagues ponder the unusual occurrence of a cerebral artery gas embolus resulting from upper gastrointestinal endoscopy. Successful application of ultrasound-guided trigger point injection for Serratus Anterior Muscle Pain Syndrome is a technique presented by Vargas-Schaffer and colleagues. Anesthesiologists can be confronted with adult patients that have congenital anomalies. Pierre Robin sequence and juvenile scoliosis challenged Rymer and colleagues who considered anesthetic requirements for such a patient in their case report.
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