Pankardit ve Perikardiyal Efüzyon ile Presente Olan İnkomplet Kawasaki Hastalığı

Hashem E Khosroshahi, Esra Akyuz Ozkan, Ayse Neslin Akkoca
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Kawasaki hastalığı akut, kendini sınırlayan sistemik bir vaskülittir. Etyolojisi kesin olarak bilinmemekle birlikte enfeksiyon ajanlarından şüphelenilmektedir. Tedavi edilmemiş hastalarda koroner arter anevrizması, konjestif kalp yetmezliği, miyokardiyal enfarktüs ve aritmi gibi komplikasyonlar gelişebilmektedir. Bu yazıda perikardiyal efüzyonu olup konjonktivit ve lenfadenopatisi olmayan inkomplet Kawasaki hastalığı tanısı konulan sekiz yaşında kız olgu sunulmuştur.

Anahtar kelimeler: İnkomplet Kawasaki hastalığı, Pankardit, Perikardial efüzyon

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İnkomplet Kawasaki hastalığı, Pankardit, Perikardial efüzyon

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17944/mkutfd.07770

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