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Amoebic pericarditis (concerning one case of primitive appearance)



Amoebic pericarditis (concerning one case of primitive appearance)



Annales Medicales de Nancy et de l' Est 19: 897-901



A case of amoebic pericarditis is presented, and the anatomo-pathological, diagnostic, clinical and therapeutic aspect of this complication are reviewed.

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