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The case of detection and differential diagnosis of Hypell-Lindau disease in a patient as a result of a comprehensive examination of a patient in a chronic critical condition
Physical and rehabilitation medicine, medical rehabilitation
According to evidence in the literature occurrence of the Hippel Lindau disease changes from 1: 33000 - 1: 36000 (population frequency) to 1 in 39000 live births. Up to 20% of them have not family history. Hereditary predisposition of most patients with systemic angioreticulomatosis has patterns and attributes. Diversity of forms and infrequent cases of the Hippel Lindau disease complicate timely diagnosis. Untimely control of condition of patient with the Hippel Lindau disease increases thedoi:10.36425/rehab33952 fatcat:yic43enha5bflkouflkrwf4cum