Internal Medicine and Clinical Immunology
The Department of Internal Medicine and Clinical Immunology, founded in 1979, offers comprehensive and coordinated services in terms of care, teaching and research.
It is composed of a team of five doctors specialized in internal medicine and clinical immunology, as well as one doctor specialized in allergology and clinical immunology.
The Department’s mission is to welcome adult patients without diagnosis, polypathological patients, and patients suffering from systemic and immune system diseases.
It constitutes a center of excellence for the initial and continuous training of medical interns in the country.
The Department of Internal Medicine and Clinical Immunology provides diagnosis, treatment and follow-up for the following pathologies:
- Autoimmune and systemic diseases in adults: systemic lupus, scleroderma, Behçet’s disease, antiphospholipid syndrome and vasculitis (Horton, Wegener and hypersensitivity vasculitis).
- Immunoallergic diseases: management of allergies, hives and angioedema, and immune deficiency disorders.
- Coagulation disorders such as the antiphospholipid syndrome.
- Blood cell disorders such as anemia due to hemolysis and thrombocytopenia.
- Uveitis in collaboration with ophthalmologists.
- Primary immunodeficiencies (immunoglobulin deficiency, etc.) and acquired immunodeficiencies in adults.
- Orphan diseases (Gaucher, Fabry, Pompe…)