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RÉSUMÉ
L’amylose est une pathologie de surcharge caractérisée par des dépôts au niveau extracellulaire de substances amorphes (amyloïde). Le schwannome, constitue une tumeur bénigne rare qui intéresse les cellules de Schwann. L’association amylose et schwannome constitue une entité nosologique très rare mais potentiellement grave. Cette association ne semble jamais être décrite dans la littérature. Nous rapportons un cas de Schwannome bénin cervical associé à une amylose compliquée d’une insuffisance rénale sévère. L’atteinte rénale était due éventuellement à l’amylose qui est secondaire au schwannome.


ABSTRACT
Amyloidosis is an overload pathology characterized by extracellular deposits of amorphous substance named amyloid. Schwannoma is a rare benign tumor that develops from Schwann cells. The combination of amyloidosis and schwannoma is a rare but potentially serious disease. We report a case of benign cervical schwannoma associated with amyloidosis complicated by severe renal failure. The renal involvement was possibly due to amyloidosis related to schwannoma. This association has not yet been reported in the African literature, hence the interest of this case.


 

Keywords

amylose; schwannome; insuffisance rénale sévère; PS100

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Djiguiba K, Ibrahimi A, Rouas L, Alhamany Z, Cherkaoui A, Bziz A, Benamar L, Ezaitouni F, Bayahia R, & Ouzeddoun N. (2022). Association Fortuite d’une Amylose et d’un Schwannome Bénin Cervical. HEALTH SCIENCES AND DISEASE, 23(11). Retrieved from https://hsd-fmsb.org/index.php/hsd/article/view/3983

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