[Yellow nail syndrome associated with intestinal lymphangiectasia].

Abstract

The yellow nail syndrome, a combination of yellow discoloured nails, lymphedema and pleural effusions, is a rare clinical condition. We report a case of the yellow nail syndrome associated with intestinal lymphangiectasia revealed by chylous ascites and protein-losing gastroenteropathy. This association reported in only three cases in the literature leads… (More)

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@article{Desram2000YellowNS, title={[Yellow nail syndrome associated with intestinal lymphangiectasia].}, author={J{\'e}r{\^o}me Desram{\'e} and Dominique B{\'e}chade and J H Patte and Reignier Jean and Dorit Karsenti and Gilles Coutant and J. P. Algayres and Jean Daly}, journal={Gastroenterologie clinique et biologique}, year={2000}, volume={24 8-9}, pages={837-40} }