Raoul Randriamahazaka

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We report the first case of proven disseminated infection due to Fusarium dimerum associated with a favorable outcome in a patient with acute leukemia and prolonged neutropenia. The patient presented persistent fever, multiple necrotic skin lesions, and bilateral pneumopathy. F. dimerum was first isolated from three blood cultures and then from a skin(More)
INTRODUCTION Castleman's disease is an unusual condition of unknown cause, consisting of massive proliferation of lymphoid tissue. Two forms (localized and multicentric) have been described. Interleukin-6 (IL-6) is at the core of the disease, being responsible for most of the clinical and biological signs that may be observed. Despite the benignancy of this(More)
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