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INTRODUCTION Inflammatory pseudotumor of lymph node is a rare case in the etiology of fever of unknown origin. OBSERVATION We report the observation of a woman, aged 40, hospitalized with intermittent fever revealing under-diaphragm adenopathy related to inflammatory pseudotumor of lymph node. CONCLUSION Inflammatory pseudotumor of lymph node is a rare(More)
INTRODUCTION Pancreatic fistulas are a complication that occur in 3 to 15% of cases during the progression of chronic or acute pancreatitis, usually alcohol-induced. Bisalbuminemia is characterised by two albumin fractions on serum protein electrophoresis. The presence of Bisalbuminemia is inconsistent and has only rarely been reported. OBSERVATION A 42(More)
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