Hanitrala Jean Louis Rakotovao

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The pseudosyndrome of Meigs is caracterised by a triad, which associates a solid benign tumor of the ovary, an ascitis and a pleural effusion. Surgical extraction of the tumor entails disappearance of the symptomatology. The authors report in this study a case of an ovarian goitre revealed by this syndrom.
Carcinome neuroendocrine thymique: à propos d'un cas et revue de la littérature Thymic neuroendocrine tumor: about a case and review of the literature chimiothérapie apporte une amélioration des symptômes en situation palliative. which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.(More)
Thymic neuroendocrine tumors (TNET) are rare, with little-known prognosis. This study aims to report a case of TNET and to highlight the diagnostic and therapeutic difficulties in low-resource settings. A 60-year-old man presented with chest pain, greasy cough and recent weight loss. Chest CT scan showed anterior mediastinal tissue mass. Histologic(More)
La fasciite nécrosante est une infection sévère, rapidement progressive, mutilante, souvent fatale du tissu sous cutané et du fascia profond. Les auteurs rapportent et discutent un rare cas de fasciite nécrosante de la paroi thoracique antérieure secondaire à une pleurésie purulente chez un diabétique. Un diagnostic précoce avec incisions multiples(More)
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