Syndrome de Brugada

Brugada Syndrome (BrS)

CLINICAL SIGNS: * loss of consciousness in a young adult, most often a man: syncope. * Sudden death by ventricular rhythm (FV, TV). * notion of family history of sudden ...
Maladie de Bouveret

Bouveret Syndrome

CLINICAL SIGNS: * in a young subject, without a cardiovascular history. * tachycardia attacks at the beginning and end abrupt (sensation of clicks) from a few ...
Syndrome hépatorénal

Hepatorenal syndrome

Definition: Acute renal failure (ARI) during hepatocellular insufficiency (HIC) has many etiologies (functional renal failure [FRI], tubulopathy and hepatorenal syndrome [SHR]). The ...
Démence et syndrome démentiel

Dementia and insane syndrome

It is about the global and progressive loss of the intellectual functions acquired previously, without disturbances of the vigilance. CLINIC: It is necessary to know how to evoke the ...
Syndrome néphrotique chez l’enfant

Nephrotic syndrome

Introduction: The nephrotic syndrome is defined by a set of biological signs secondary to proteinuria sufficiently abundant to cause disturbances in plasma. It combines proteinuria ...
Syndrome polyuropolydipsique

Polyuropolydipsic syndrome

Introduction: The polyuropolydipsic syndrome is defined by a urinary flow rate greater than 3 l / d (or 2 ml / min) defining polyuria, associated with a parallel increase in oral fluid ...
Complications du syndrome néphrotique

Complications of nephrotic syndrome

Introduction: Nephrotic syndrome (SN) is defined as proteinuria greater than 3 g / d with hypoalbuminemia below 30 g / l. For many authors, SN is better defined by an abundant ...
Syndrome néphrotique à lésions glomérulaires minimes acquis

Nephrotic syndrome with minimal acquired glomerular lesions

Introduction: The nephrotic syndrome with minimal glomerular lesions (SN-LGM) is characterized clinically by a nephrotic syndrome pure and histologically by minimal ultrastructural ...
Mécanisme et facteurs de risque du syndrome de Brugada

Mechanism and risk factors for Brugada syndrome

Electrophysiological mechanism of elevation ST: The heterogeneity of repolarization of the action potential between the epicardium and the endocardium explains both the ECG aspect and ...
Syndrome de loges chronique

Chronic lung syndrome

Physiopathology: This frequent pathological entity is totally underestimated and presents, from a physiopathological point of view, a common denominator – notwithstanding its ...
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