PMID: 37484May 26, 1979

Spontaneous perirenal haematoma occurring during 1 familial mediterranean fever. 3 cases (author's transl)

La Nouvelle presse médicale
J F DorF Mongin


A perirenal haematoma, associated with the presence of renal micro-aneurysms, developed in three patients with periodic syndrome. In one of the cases, the histology of a subcutaneous nodule confirmed the diagnosis of periarteritis nodosa. This emphasies the importance of vascular lesions in familial mediterranean fever.

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