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Activité anti-Xa

Anti-Xa Assay

Indications: The examination will test the effectiveness of low molecular weight heparins (LMWH), other conventional tests are not feasible due to low antithrombin activity of LMWHs. Principle: While ...
Alpha-foeto-protéine (AFP)

Alpha-Fetoprotein (AFP)

Indications: The alpha-fetoprotein assay is useful for detecting and monitoring especially the therapeutic development of primary liver cancer (carcinoma hépathocellulaires). Principre: This ...
Alcoolémie

Blood Alcohol Content (BAC)

Indications: The alcolock is compulsory in cases of serious offenses or injury accident on the highway. When this test is positive, a blood alcohol is produced, to quantitatively determine ...
Psoriasis

Psoriasis

* The diagnosis is clinical; histological examination is rarely necessary (atypical or complicated shapes) * Sign of bloody dew after scraping with a curette (a sign of Auspitz) * Psoriasis ...
Chancre syphilitique

Syphilis – Lues

* Incubation lasts about 21 days; in the absence of treatment canker healed in 3 to 6 weeks. Secondary syphilis occurs inconsistently from the 6th week. It is characterized by a first ...

Urogenital Infections in Humans

Male urethritis: The definition is cytological: ≥ 10 PNN on the review of the first urine stream at a magnification of 400 and at least 5 PNN mile magnification; serous or purulent ...
Gale

Scabies

– There is a mite: sarcoptes scabei (variety hominis) mites infesting animals can not survive on the human skin.Sarcoptes is a mandatory human parasite, may survive 2-3 j outside ...

Dermocorticoid

1- Indications: * Atopic Dermatitis * Eczema contact * Lichenification * Other: psoriasis; lichen planus; lichen sclerosus; dyshidrose; palmoplantar pustulosis; prurigo; varicose eczema;lupus ...
Ulcère de jambe

Leg Ulcer

1- venous ulcer: * Varicose ulcer (of essential venous insufficiency) is preferential LEMENT-localized at the inner side of the leg, internal perimalleolar area (sometimes externally ...
Dermatophytose

Dermatophytosis

* The dermatophytes are always pathogenic; grouped into three genres: Microsporon; Dermatophyton;Epidermophyton. They never saprophytes. Dermatophytes are keratinophilic (stratum corneum) ...
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