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Benign paroxysmal peritonitis syndrome

Benign paroxysmal peritonitis syndrome, also known as familial Mediterranean fever syndrome, hereditary familial amyloidosis and seigal Cattan mamon syndrome. The disease is more common in the Mediterranean coastal areas, such as Jews and Arabs in Spain and Portugal. It is more common in adolescents, more men than women, and children can also occur, but it is less common than adults.

Symptoms

Chloroquine poisoning

Lymph node biliary syndrome

Gastroenteritis caused by rotavirus

Lymphopenia

Rotavirus enteritis

Gonococcal proctitis anus

Phosphorus poisoning

Traveller diarrhea

Chlorpromazine poisoning

Elderly obstructive nephropathy

Acute progressive nephritis in the elderly

Acute post infectious nephritis in the elderly

Acute renal failure in the elderly

Chronic renal failure of the elderly

Senile chronic pyelonephritis

Urinary calculi in the elderly

Elderly renal cell carcinoma

Senile urinary incontinence

Senile nephrotic syndrome

Acute glomerulonephritis after streptococcal infection

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