Cat scratch disease during etanercept therapy.

Abstract

Lymphadenopathy in a patient taking TNFalpha antagonist therapy may indicate lymph node tuberculosis or a hematological malignancy. Although histological evidence of granuloma suggests tuberculosis, many other infections responsible for granulomatous reactions have been reported in patients on TNFalpha antagonist therapy. We report a case of granulomatous… (More)

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@article{Mathieu2007CatSD, title={Cat scratch disease during etanercept therapy.}, author={S. Mathieu and Jean-François Vellin and David Poujol and J L Ristori and Martin Soubrier}, journal={Joint, bone, spine : revue du rhumatisme}, year={2007}, volume={74 2}, pages={184-6} }