Stéphane Lecoules

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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 Hypercalcemia is a rare complication of non-Hodgkin lymphoma. Usually, hypercalcemia occurs late in the disease course, except for high-grade lymphoma. Most often hypercalcemia is related to excessive level of circulating PTH-rP or sometimes, 1,25(OH)2D3. Concomitant high plasmatic concentration of PTH-rP and 1,25(OH)2D3 is uncommon. EXEGESIS(More)
Zika virus outbreak is spreading in America. This emerging infection is associated with neurological complication. We report the first travel-acquired Zika acute infection complicated with myocarditis imported in Mainland France. We recommand an electrocardiogram and an troponin if any cardiac symptoms are present in a patient with acute Zika infection.
PURPOSE Anemia in patients with alcoholic liver cirrhosis is a common issue. The diagnosis could be difficult because of the multiplicity of causes, usually associated, and specificities in the diagnostic approach. This subject has not been reviewed for almost two decades. We propose a review based upon analysis of the literature and our clinical(More)
FDG-PET is now an established diagnostic tool in oncology. Fluorodeoxyglucose is not a specific tracer for malignant lesions but rather for elevated glucose metabolism, present not only in cancer but also in inflammatory and infectious lesions. FDG-PET has thus been suggested for diagnosis of fevers of unknown origin, deep bone or visceral infectious foci,(More)