D. Bouygues

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Four cases of acute bacterial meningitis complicated by medullary involvement are described. The complication presenting as a transverse myelitis occurred early and suddenly in the course of severe bacterial meningitis caused by different bacteria. Only two other comparable cases have been reported.
The authors report a case of bullous dermatosis developing at 38 weeks of amenorrhoea in a para II. The newborn infant developed a skin rash 3 days after birth. Direct immunofluorescent study of skin biopsies showed the presence of a very small amount of IgG and a very large amount of complement fixed to the basal membrane. Tests for the presence of Herpes(More)
The authors report 33 observations concerning benign intracranial hypertension in 4 months to 15 year-old children. They emphasize the prevalence of this syndrome and the frequent absence of papilloedema at this age period. CCT scan is the neuroradiologic procedure of choice to exclude an intracranial lesion. It is important to note the exceptional(More)