Safa Trabelsi

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UNLABELLED Pneumocystis Jiroveci pneumonia (PJP) is a rare opportunistic infection in immunodeficient patients in Tunisia, as well as in other Africain countries including those with a high prevalence of AIDS. In the literature, PJP has been reported in primary immunodeficiency diseases (PID) namely SCID T-B- or T-B+ or X-linked hyper-IgM syndrome. (More)
Digestive complications are not rare during Polycythemia Vera (PV)’s evolution. They are dominated by gastrointestinal bleeding, thromboembolic events of the mesenteric vessels, Budd-Chiari syndrome and portal hypertension. Peptic ulcers are generally considered as late symptoms or complications of the PV occurring during the second stage of this disease(More)
Inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD) are rare in the elderly over 60 years: their incidences are estimated at 4.5/100,000 for ulcerative colitis (UC) and 3.5/100,000 for Crohn's disease (CD) [1]. These diseases typically occur in young adults but we estimate 10% to 15% of IBD to occur after the age of 60 [2]. For example, in the Dutch population,(More)
Arterial thromboses are rare in newborns, mostly caused by arterial catheters. Neonatal arterial thrombosis occurring in other contexts is much rare. We report arterial thrombosis, not caused by catheterisation in 4 neonates hospitalised in the neonatology department of the Farhat Hached de Sousse hospital in Tunisia. The diagnosis of arterial thrombosis(More)
Optic neuritis is exceptionally reported in the course of Behçet’s disease. Its frequency is estimated at 0.6 to 4.7% in large series. It is often associated with the neurological involvement of this disease as part of neuro-Behçet. Optic neuritis complicating Behçet’s disease can result from several pathogenic mechanisms: ischemic, inflammatory or stasis(More)
Introduction: Characteristic of juvenile dermatomyositis, calcinosis cutis remains rare on adults and the diffuse form (cacilnosis cutis universalis) is exceptional. We report two observations of cacilnosis cutis universalis in adult dermatomyositis. Observations: Two women aged 29 and 24 years respectively, diagnosed with primitive dermatomyositis(More)
Optic neuritis is a common manifestation of multiple sclerosis. It occurs in two thirds of patients at some point in the course of this disease and is usually unilateral, acute and often recurrent. However, optic neuritis can be the first manifestation of this demyelinating disease in 15 to 20% of cases. Bilateral, simultaneous and retrobulbar forms of(More)
Aseptic non infective meningitis are rare but represent a veritable diagnostic challenge to the clinician because their clinical and cerebrospinal fluid profile are similar to those of classic infectious meningitis. The most frequent etiologies of these meningitis are: systemic diseases, drugs, and neoplasms but several other exceptional causes can also be(More)
Persistence of anal squamous intraepithelial lesions and anal HPV infection in HIV-infected patientsdespite immune restoration under cART C Piketty, E Lanoy, A Si-Mohamed, B Cochand-Priolet, S Trabelsi, P-M Girard, R Tubiana, L Abramowitz, E Tartour, C Rouzioux, L Weiss, D Costagliola, The Valparaiso Study Group From 12 International Conference on(More)
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