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The central nervous system (CNS) contains 30–40 mg of iron, accounting for less than 1% of the total in the body although...

Summary

Introdution 

Pierre Godeau

The Ecole de Rennes as a pioneer in the study of hemochromatosis

Pierre Brissot

Genetic control of iron metabolism

Jean-Yves Le Gall 

Iron overload and hemolytic anemia

Frédéric Galacteros

Iron and infectious diseases

François Bricaire

Pulmonary effects of iron overload

Bruno Crestani

Hemochromatosis and diabetes

Jean-François Gautier

Iron overload and porphyria cutanea tarda

Camille Francès 

Iron overload and the central nervous system

Aurélia Poujois

Prevention and treatment of iron overload

Olivier Rosmorduc 

Hemochromatosis and liver transplantation

Karim Boudjema

Organizers
Pr Bernard Devulder, Pr Pierre Lefebvre
Author
Aurélia Poujois
Organizers
Pr Bernard Devulder, Pr Pierre Lefebvre
Author
Aurélia Poujois
Category
Iron overload
Publication type
Proceedings
Year
2016
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