Insuffisance rénale aiguë au cours de l’infection par le VIH

Acute renal failure during HIV infection

Generalities: Acute renal failure (ARF) is a common complication in HIV-positive patients for the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV).It occurs on average 4.5 years after the diagnosis ...
Infection par le HIV et sida

HIV Infection and AIDS

– AIDS (acquired immunodeficiency syndrome) is the most severe form of HIV infection (HIV). – There are two serotypes. HIV-1 is the most common. HIV-2 is found mainly in West ...

Burns

Burns are skin trauma, produced by thermal agents, electrical, chemical or radiation. They still cause significant pain and can sometimes be life-threatening and / or functional. Classification ...
Dépistage de l'infection par le VIH

Screening for HIV infection

Diagnosis of infection with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) remains in France a city of medicine current problem.Besides the mandatory reporting of AIDS disease introduction there ...
Hépatite B

Chance discovery of hepatitis B

Hepatitis B is a major public health problems worldwide. Approximately 2 billion people (one third of the world population) serological markers indicating the existence of an old infection ...

Neisseria

GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS: Neisseria are Gram-negative cocci, diplococci associates, sometimes tetrads and immobile. Strictly aerobic bacteria, only to respiratory metabolism (respiration ...

Escherichia Coli

Isolated for the first time by Escherich in 1885, is the Escherichia coli bacterial species that has been most studied by fundamentalists for physiology and genetics work. This bacterium ...
Rubéole

Viral Infections

1- Herpes: – Herpes is the leading cause of recurrent erythema multiforme. – Virus isolation with search cytopathic effect remains the reference method. Serology is used ...
La situation du paludisme dans le monde

Bacterial and Parasitic Infections

* Diphtheria: it is due to the lysogénée bacteria strain that produces exotoxin. C. The diphtheria that do not produce exotoxin may be responsible for angina false membranes, but ...

Pyomyositis

– Pyomyositis is an infection of muscle almost always due to Staphylococcus aureus, preferentially affecting the muscles of the limbs and trunk. The locations are sometimes multiple. – ...
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