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Maladie de devic: a propos d'un cas rapporte au CHU-so et revue de la litterature

K.N. Anayo, L Agba, K.M. Guinhouya, V.A. Codjia, K Assogba, M Belo, A.A.K. Balogou

Abstract


Les auteurs rapportent un cas de maladie de Devic chez un patient adulte jeune de 30 ans. L'intérêt de cette observation réside dans le fait qu'après plus de cinquante ans d'indépendance, il se pose toujours avec acuité sur le sous-continent Africain un problème de plateau technique entrainant souvent une errance diagnostique voire des erreurs.

Mots clés: Maladie de Devic, Afrique, Lomé

English Title: Devic disease: a case reported to the CHU-so and review of the literature

English Abstract

The authors report a case of Devic disease in a 30 years old adult patient. The interest of this observation lies in the fact that after more than fifty years of independence, there is always a sharp technical problem on the African sub-continent, often leading to diagnostic errors and errors.

Keywords: Devic disease, Africa, Lome


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