The similarity between intestinal tuberculosis and Crohn's disease could lead us to erroneously prescribe corticosteroid therapy. Therefore, it is essential to differentiate the two pathologies because of the therapeutic implications of Crohn's disease, which can lead to an explosion of tuberculosis symptoms.
The diagnosis of autoimmune hepatitis remains difficult in low-income countries due to the unavailability of the biopsy. autoimmune hepatitis must be retained on the basis of clinical-biological, radiological and immunological criteria. Careful trial corticosteroid therapy and diagnostic scores are essential for diagnostic autoimmune hepatitis.
Overlap syndrome associating primary biliary cholangitis and autoimmune hepatitis remains a rarely studied pathology. The diagnosis is based on diagnostic criteria. The criteria of Chazouillères (Paris criterion) et al were the most used. The combination of UDCA and immunosuppressive helped achieve remission in the majority of cases.