Marie Lecronier

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BACKGROUND Escherichia coli strains causing Urinary Tract Infections (UTI) have a fecal origin. METHODS A fecal sample was collected before Kidney Transplantation (KT) and concomitantly with urine at each of the 15 E. coli UTIs which occurred in 11 KT recipients. Unique E. coli strains were identified among 25 isolates per feces and 5 isolates per urinary(More)
The principal digestive anomalies detected by radiological examination in dermatomyositis are the motor and functional consequences of the smooth and striated muscle lesions in these tissues. Vascular changes cause ulcerations, located in any part of the digestive tract, but more frequently in the esophagus, duodenum, and small intestine. These ulcerations(More)
BACKGROUND Hemophagocytosis during Q fever (QF) and Mediterranean spotted fever (MSF) is rare and only a few cases have been reported. We aimed to investigate the characteristics, outcome, and treatment of QF/MSF-associated hemophagocytosis. METHODS We retrospectively reviewed all patients with a diagnosis of QF or MSF and suspected hemophagocytic(More)
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