Spontaneous rupture of malarial spleen: report of two cases

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M Ezzedien Rabie *
(*) Corresponding Author:
M Ezzedien Rabie | ezzedien@hotmail.com

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Abstract:

Malaria is endemic in many tropical and subtropical regions of the world, including Saudi Arabia. The infection has serious consequences in those residing in non endemic regions on travelling to endemic areas, due to lack of immunity to the parasite. In this report, we describe the clinical course of two patients who travelled to a malaria endemic area. Both contracted the infection and presented with splenic rupture. They received splenectomy in addition to the appropriate antimalarial medications, with successful outcome.


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