Wiam El khattabi

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OBJECTIVES The aim of this study was to illustrate the dangers of holding a scarf pin in the mouth and to describe the particular characteristics of the aspiration of a potentially penetrating foreign body and its management. PATIENTS AND METHODS Sixteen cases of inhaled scarf pins were recorded in 2 years. They were all young girls, all veiled with a(More)
The broncho-pulmonary small cell carcinoma is the most common cancer provider paraneoplastic syndrome especially neurological and endocrine but also cutaneous syndrome. Paraneoplastic dermatosis do not result from a direct extension of cancer and are not metastases, but their presence is suggestive of an underlying tumor. The evolution of the dermatosis is(More)
Scleroderma (SD) is a systemic disease that predominantly affects the skin. Diffuse infiltrative lung disease (DILD) is rare and occurs most often in the course of the disease. We analyzed seven cases of DILO of SD recorded between 2003 and 2010 among 196 PID (3.6%). Functional signs were limited to respiratory dyspnea, it was associated to dysphagia in six(More)
The occurrence of bronchiectasis can involve a combination of many environmental factors, including infection. The aim of our work is to determine the bacteriological profile of bronchiectasis. This is a retrospective study of 100 patients hospitalized in between January 2010 and July 2013. The average age was 48 years with a 58% female predominance.(More)
Tuberculosis is a public health problem. In recent years, there is a change in the epidemiological profile of tuberculosis. The diagnosis of tuberculosis is based on clinical and radiological arguments but confirmation is bacteriological and/or histological. Culture remains the gold standard. Technological progress especially in molecular biology provides(More)
The DRESS syndrome is a serious drug reaction that may involve life-threatening. We have to think before any skin reaction after taking drugs. We report a clinical case of a 27-year-old patient treated for pleural tuberculosis with the DRESS syndrome induced by antituberculosis. Through this work, we underline the rarity of this syndrome to antituberculosis(More)