A Biaz

Université Mohammed V Souissi (UM5S), Rabat, Rabat-Salé-Zemmour-Zaër, Morocco

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    ABSTRACT: Bisalbuminemia whether hereditary or acquired, is a rare electrophoretic abnormality of albumin, characterized by a duplication of the albumin fraction on the electrophoretic trace of the serum proteins. This duplication reflects the presence in the same individual normal plasma albumin and a modified albumin. This is a patient of 62 years hospitalized at the Internal Medicine Department of HMIMV for liver metastases of gastrointestinal adenocarcinoma and including serum protein electrophoresis (EP) performed on capillary (Capillarys society Sebia) reveals bisalbuminemia. The family investigation has ruled that inheritance of acquired bisalbuminemia to retain appearance. Bisalbuminemia acquired outside treatment with high doses of beta-lactam antibiotics, chronic pancreatitis with pseudocyst rupture or fixing a monoclonal immunoglobulin on albumin in the myeloma subjects is an exceptional event. The pathophysiologic mechanism in the reported cases remains unexplained as is also the case of acquired bisalbuminemias associated with other pathological contexts (Alzheimer's disease nephrotic syndrome). To the best of our knowledge, the bisalbuminemia in the gastrointestinal adenocarcinoma liver metastases has not been reported to date, hence the importance of the reported cases.
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    ABSTRACT: Allergic diseases are ranked fourth considering the world health organization classification of diseases. The consequences linked to these ailments are huge for public health economics and the diagnosis is awkward due to clinical polymorphism and multifactorial aetiologies. The allergologic diagnosis is the result of weighing in clinical and biological findings. The biological assessment is made of qualitative specific and multiple-allergen serum IgE test, which once positive drives to skin test and each allergen-specific IgE level determination to conclude. Our study aims at displaying biological analysis results of incoming patients with clinical allergy conditions. We carried out a nine months retrospective study, from June 2007 to March 2008, with 200 outwards patients involved. Blood samples were collected using dry tubes and as recommended we first did screening tests for respiratory (Pharmacia Phadiatop) and food (fx 5) allergens, then for positive samples we proceeded to serum specific IgE assay (UniCap, Phadia). We also realized the total IgE assay on 46 patients using Roche Elecsys 2010 technology. 49% of patients enrolled in the study were positive to aerollergens, d1 Dermatophagoides pteronyssinus being the most incriminated (96.4%), and 2.5% to food allergens. On 13% of patients, we noticed a double sensitization to d1 and g6 (pollen of grasses). Concerning the total IgE dosage, we found 50% of patients tested with normal values, 28% of whom having a positive allergologic screening test. Further studies matching clinical data, skin tests to serum IgE assay are necessary to draw the profile of respiratory and dermatological allergies for our patients.
    No preview · Article · Nov 2008 · Annales de biologie clinique
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    ABSTRACT: We report the case of a 70 years old patient hospitalized for renal insufficiency and deterioration of the general state. The electrophoresis of serum proteins on freezing of agarose reveals the presence of a discrete peak of monoclonal pace on the level of the gammaglobulines identified by serum immunofixation like IgM of the kappa type. The research of the cryoglobulinemia carried out in a laboratory of city was made positive and typified like a monoclonal cryoglobulinemia IgM kappa, thus directing the diagnosis towards a disease of Waldenström. However, the result of the biopsy medullary made exclude any lymphoprolifératif syndrome. The positivity of the serology of hepatitis B justified a second request for study of the cryoglobulinemia, carried out within our laboratory. The cryoglobuline was typified like mixed (IgM kappa monoclonal and IgG polyclonales). This result associated with the immunological assessment and the renal biopsy made retain for our patient the diagnosis of a kidney vasculitis connected to an infection chronicle by the virus of hepatitis B. This observation points out the interest of the preanalytic, analytic and post analytic phases in the study of the cryoglobulinemias. A good technical control is today the only guarantee of the quality of the result of this examination which has large importance in internal medicine in the etiologic assistance with the diagnosis of certain clinical demonstrations.
    No preview · Article · Nov 2007 · Annales de biologie clinique

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  • 2015
    • Université Mohammed V Souissi (UM5S)
      Rabat, Rabat-Salé-Zemmour-Zaër, Morocco