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Gallic Addison syndrome

Gallic Addison syndrome (English doctor of Th. Addison, 1793-1860; the English physiologist of W.Gull, 1816-1890) – the combination of a melanosis and a xanthomatosis of skin developing at biliary cirrhosis because of disturbances of phospholipidic exchange. As a rule, is followed by development of hemorrhagic diathesis and chronic jaundice.

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