Régime sans gluten

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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2042/48711  |   DOI : https://doi.org/10.4267/2042/48711
Title: Régime sans gluten
Author: Costil, Vianna; Morin, Marie-Christine; Létard, Jean-Christophe; Tarrerias, Anne-Laure; Devulder, Franck; Houcke, Philippe; Gay, Gérard; Marc, Canard, Jean; Coulom, Pierre; Pingannaud, Marie-Pierre; Bonnaud, Guillaume; Boustière, Christian; Constantini, Denis; Helbert, Thierry; Lapuelle, Jean; Lévy, Patrick; Papazian, Arsène; Richard-Molard, Bruno
Abstract: Tuberculosis, despite its prevention, remains an endemic affection in Morocco. Although rare, pseudo surgical forms and especially peritonitis are mainly due to delayed diagnosis. We report the case of a 30-year-old woman, admitted for peritonitis. The diagnosis of tuberculous peritonitis was established during surgery with macroscopic observation of granulations, and confirmed after biopsy specimens by identification of a giant lymph node cell granuloma with caseous necrosis. Outcome was favorable after appropriate antibiotic therapy. This observation emphasizes the fact that peritonitis, although a rare complication of peritoneal tuberculosis, poses problems of positive and differential diagnosis. Even if treatment is based on antituberculous quadritherapy, surgery is sometimes necessary and should be decided in due time.
Publisher: ALN Editions, Nancy, France
Date: 2012
Mis à jour: 2013-02-11

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