Fièvres récurrentes (borrélioses)

Recurrent fever (Borreliosis)

Relapsing fever (FR) are caused by spirochetes of the genus Borrelia, transmitted to humans by arthropod vectors. Relapsing fever (FRP): FRP is caused by Borrelia recurrentis. The disease ...

Splenomegaly

Positive diagnosis: 1- Circumstances of discovery: • Sometimes the spleen is sought before the typical functional signs: splénalgie (left upper quadrant pain increased to the deep ...
Pancytopénie

Pancytopenia

Pancytopenia is defined by a decrease in blood lines 3 on the data numérationformule: – Decreased hemoglobin (<13 g / dL in men, 12 g / dL in women); – Decrease in neutrophils ...

Chronic lymphocytic leukemia

Diagnosis: This is a retirement disease: the average age of patients is 65 years, 2/3 of cases are over 60 years old at diagnosis;the cases observed before age 40 are exceptional. There ...
Splénomégalie

Splenomegaly

ANATOMY: The spleen is located in the left hypochondrium in the diaphragmatic dome. The normal rate measuring 10 to 12 cm in height and it is not palpable. In adulthood, the spleen ...
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