Fanny Ardisson

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A 65-year-old man was admitted to the intensive care unit for stupor, tachycardia and gastrointestinal bleeding. Clinical evaluation reported a painful blue nose surrounded by purple infiltration of the perinasal skin (Fig. 1). Other findings included diffuse non-necrotic skin purpura, lack of liver or spleen enlargement, oliguria and atrial fibrillation,(More)
We report the case of a 42-year-old man admitted for a multi-organ failure with a coma, a hemodynamic instability, a respiratory distress syndrome, an acute renal failure and a thrombocytopenia. The blood samples highlighted a milky serum and allowed to diagnose an acute pancreatitis associated with a major dyslipidemia: hypertriglyceridemia 11,800 mg/dL(More)
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