La toxocarose : Maladie allergique a précipitines

  title={La toxocarose : Maladie allergique a pr{\'e}cipitines},
  author={A. F. Moreau and R. Mary and C. Junod},
  journal={Revue Francaise D Allergologie},
Resume Les auteurs rapportent deux observations de malades ayant presente une bronchopneumopathie d'evolution longue et severe caracterisee par des in filtrats mobiles mais persistants, d'intenses signes fonctionnels (dyspnee paroxystique, toux spasmodique) et une grande eosinophilie sanguine. C'est la cohabitation etroite des malades et des chiens et, dans un cas, l'evacuation d'un ascaris par un des animaux qui evoquerent le diagnostic de toxocarose. Celui-ci fut confirme, a plusieurs… Expand
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