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Glomerular nephropathy is unusually known in kala-azar. We present 3 cases and we report a review on the clinical, biological and immunohistological aspects of this glomerulonephritis. The immunologic mechanisms of this parasitic nephropathy and its reversibility after specific treatment are characteristic.
Observation: We report a 4-months-old girl admitted with fever and rash lasting for two weeks. She was born to consanguineous parents and her mother have had a normal pregnancy. The eruption started six weeks after the third–month vaccination. On examination, we noted erythematous plaques of different ages, crusted in some places with many bullae extended… (More)
A retrospective hospital survey of patients having undergone surgery for hydatidosis was undertaken in order to evaluate hydatic endemicity in central Tunisia and the Sahel. The study made it possible to establish the following: an average prevalence of 22.8 cases per 100,000 inhabitants; a significant underregistration of the illness, only 51.5% of the… (More)