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Lane-Hamilton syndrome: case report and review of the literature.(Report)

Byline: Guy F. M. Hendrickx (1,2), Katia Somers (3), Yvan Vandenplas (1) Keywords: Celiac disease; Idiopathic pulmonary haemosiderosis; Lane-Hamilton syndrome Abstract: We report a case of a three-and-a-half-year-old boy, who presented with poor general condition, stunted growth, had the presence of... Full description

Journal Title: European Journal of Pediatrics Dec, 2011, Vol.170(12), p.1597(6)
Main Author: Hendrickx, Guy F. M.
Other Authors: Somers, Katia , Vandenplas, Yvan
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title: Lane-Hamilton syndrome: case report and review of the literature.(Report)
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description: Byline: Guy F. M. Hendrickx (1,2), Katia Somers (3), Yvan Vandenplas (1) Keywords: Celiac disease; Idiopathic pulmonary haemosiderosis; Lane-Hamilton syndrome Abstract: We report a case of a three-and-a-half-year-old boy, who presented with poor general condition, stunted growth, had the presence of nail clubbing, persistent cough and frequent diarrhoea. Persistent iron deficiency anaemia without signs of haemolysis suggested Lane-Hamilton syndrome (LHS) which is or/is an extremely rare combination of idiopathic pulmonary haemosiderosis (IPH) and celiac disease (CD), although both diseases are immunologically mediated and the pathogenetic link between them is not clear. We have now 3 years of follow-up on gluten-free diet (GFD), resulting in a gradual recovery of the abnormal laboratory results in combination with an improving growth. Clinically, he is asymptomatic without any additional treatment. Our case illustrates that CD should be specifically looked for in patients with IPH, especially those in whom the severity of anaemia is disproportionate to the IPH symptoms. Both diseases may benefit from a GFD. Author Affiliation: (1) UZ kinderziekenhuis Brussel, Laarbeeklaan, 101, 1090, Brussel, Belgium (2) Department of Paediatrics, Sint Annakliniek, Bogardeind, 2, 5664 EH, Geldrop, The Netherlands (3) Laboratorium voor Pathologie, Stichting PAMM, Michelangelolaan, 2, 5623 EJ, Eindhoven, The Netherlands Article History: Registration Date: 05/09/2011 Received Date: 05/05/2011 Accepted Date: 05/09/2011 Online Date: 23/09/2011
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