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Forceps Delivery at the Maternity Ward of Donka National Teaching Hospital Conakry (Guinea): Indications and Maternal-Fœtal Prognosis  [PDF]
M. H. Diallo, I. S. Baldé, O. Baldé, B. S. Diallo, A. Diallo, I. Sylla, B. Diallo, A. D. Diallo, Y. Hyjazi, N. Keita
Open Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology (OJOG) , 2019, DOI: 10.4236/ojog.2019.94049
Abstract: Objectives: The objectives of this work were to describe the socio-demographic, clinical and prognostic characteristics of forceps deliveries at the maternity ward of the Donka National Teaching Hospital of Conakry. Parturients and Method: This was a prospective and descriptive study of all forceps deliveries performed at the Donka National Hospital maternity ward over a 6-month period from April 1, 2018 to September 30, 2018. Results: We performed 90 fetal extractions by forceps on 3518 deliveries i.e. a frequency of 2.55%. The socio-demographic profile of the parturient women was that of a young primiparous woman with an average age of 21.20 years and a full-term pregnancy with an average gestational age of 39 weeks of amenorrhoea. Fore position varieties were the most frequent with, in order of frequency, the fore left occipito-iliac (61.3%) and the fore right occipito-iliac (22.22%).
Endometrial Hyperplasia: Epidemiological Profile of Patients and Anatomical and Clinical Aspects of Lesions at Conakry University Hospital  [PDF]
M. C. Diallo, E. M. Bah, B. A. Diallo, I. K. Bah, A. Diallo, O. Baldé, A. Sylla, A. Baldé, I. S. Baldé, A. B. Diallo
Open Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology (OJOG) , 2019, DOI: 10.4236/ojog.2019.92027
Abstract: Summary: Estimate the incidence of endometrial hyperplasia according to socio-demographic parameters and the type of lesions histological. Methodology: This was a retrospective, and 15-year descriptive study from January 1, 2000 to December 31, 2014 conducted at the Department of Anatomy and Pathological Cytology of the National Hospital Donka in collaboration with the obstetric gynecology departments of the Conakry University Hospital. Results: We collected 296 cases of malignant and benign endometrial hyperplasia in 15 years, accounting for 37% of all endometrial biopsy curettages examined. The age group 47 to 56 years was the most affected (81 cases) or 27, 36%. The mean age was 53.6 years with extremes of 27 and 83 years. Metrorrhagia was the main reason for consultation (206 cases), i.e. 69.59%. The suspicion of endometrial hyperplasia by physicians was the most frequently diagnosed circumstance (149 cases) or 50.33%. Biopsy curettage was the most frequently used method (176 cases), is 59.45%. Histological endometrial lesions of atypical complex adenomatous hyperplasia (79 cases) represented 26.69%. Benign behavior was most frequently observed in (235 cases) or 79.39%. Conclusion: Endometrial hyperplasia is an endometrial lesion
Obstetrical Complications of Female Genital Mutilation: Management Maternal-Fetal Medical Care and Prognosis, Obstetrical Gynecology Regional Hospital, Unit of N'zérékoré  [PDF]
B. A. Diallo, E. M. Bah, O. H. Bah, I. Conté, I. K. Bah, I. S. Diallo, B. S. Diallo, I. S. Sow, S. Touré, D. Sidibé, M. D. Baldé
Open Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology (OJOG) , 2019, DOI: 10.4236/ojog.2019.92020
Abstract: Introduction: Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) is a public health problem. There are 100 to 140 million girls and women who suffer every year in the world [1]. The aim of this study is to improve the medical care and reduce complications of FGM at the Regionalhospital of N’zérékoré, to determine their frequency, and to evaluate the maternal-fetalprognosis. Methods: The study was conducted at the Regional Hospital of N’zérékoré. This was a cross-sectional, descriptive and analytic study of 6 months, from 1 September 2016 to 28 February 2017, including all pregnant women admitted for childbirth who had a complication of female genital mutilation. Results: A total of 1295 women gave birth in the service, of which 1204 women were women with female genital mutilation. Given a frequency of 92.97%, of these 1204 mutilated women, 223 presented obstetrical complications during their delivery, a
Congenital Malaria and Pregnancy Monitoring Parameters in Health Facilities in Guinea  [PDF]
E. M. Bah, I. S. Baldé, I. S. Diallo, B. Adiallo, T. S. Diallo, A. F. M. Soumah, M. K. Camara, T. Sy
Open Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology (OJOG) , 2019, DOI: 10.4236/ojog.2019.91008
Abstract: Malaria is much more common in pregnant women, especially during the third trimester of pregnancy, causing congenital infestation. Acute and severe complications are noted, including malignant malaria access and maternal and fetal mortality. Method: This was a three-month descriptive and analytical multicenter study, running from 1st January to 31st March 2015, conducted in 16 maternity hospitals at different levels of the health system pyramid. Results: Out of a total of 1772 mothers recruited for this study, 276 cases were tested positive (umbilical cordon and newborn’s heel). Among them, we reported 130 cases tested positive at newborn’s heel with congenital infestation confirmed by sampling on day 0, with a frequency of 7.3%. The average age of the mothers was 26 ± 14 years. With a predominance in the 20 - 35 age group (4.7%). Among mothers who were not exposed to preventive intermittent sulfadoxine pyrimethamine (IPT/SP) in malaria prevention, 6.1% of newborns tested positive. Of these, mothers who had less than 4 prenatal visits during pregnancy had a congenital malaria rate of 7.3%. Conclusion: Congenital malaria infestation exists in newborns despite adequate measures used
Le carcinome epidermo de de la verge : A propos de deux observations au CHU de Conakry
O R Bah, S Guirassy, A B Diallo, Y Keita, S Balde, I Bah, MB Diallo
African Journal of Urology , 2007,
Abstract: A partir de deux observations, les auteurs ont réalisé une revue de la littérature et rapporté les diffi cultés de la prise en charge thérapeutique du cancer de la verge à un stade avancé. Il s\'agissait de deux hommes de 32 et 46 ans, circoncis dans l\'enfance, atteints d\'un carcinome épidermo de infi ltrant de la verge. L\'examen clinique a mis en évidence chez les deux patients de volumineuses tumeurs de verge infectées avec un moignon sain de moins de 5 cm. On notait une adénopathie inguinale superfi cielle gauche chez l\'un des patients qui, par ailleurs, avait une sérologie positive au VIH. La prise en charge thérapeutique de ces tumeurs a consisté en une pénectomie totale avec urétrostomie périnéale sous antibiothérapie.
Santé sexuelle et reproductive des adolescentes de Bobo Dioulasso, Burkina Faso: place de la communication parents-adolescentes pour la réduction des risques
DT Some, DA Some, H Hien, R Diallo, D Zingue, I Diallo, S Diagbouga, B Dao
Pan African Medical Journal , 2012,
Abstract: Introduction: Les adolescentes sont très vulnérables face aux Infections Sexuellement Transmissibles (IST) et au VIH/SIDA. Notre étude a pour objectifs d’explorer la qualité de la communication entre les adolescentes et leurs parents sur les IST/VIH/SIDA et de recueillir leurs suggestions pour l’amélioration de cette communication. Méthodes: L’étude était transversale qualitative sur 2 mois. La population de l’étude était composée par des adolescentes de 13 à 17 ans et leurs parents habitant la ville de Bobo Dioulasso. Vingt (20) adolescentes scolarisées ont été tirés au sort dans trois établissements secondaires et 20 autres non scolarisées choisies de fa on accidentelle dans la ville. Les informations ont été collectées à l’aide de 8 focus groups. Les discussions ont été enregistrées sur cassettes, retranscrites en verbatim, et analysées à l’aide du logiciel QSR NVIVO 2.0. Résultats: Les adolescentes et leurs parents communiquent très peu ou pas sur les questions des IST/VIH/SIDA; l’auto-information par les paires ou les médias est la première source d’information. Pour les parents, l’information existe et est accessible aux adolescentes alors que pour ces dernières, leurs connaissances de ces maladies sont parfois erronées. L’abstinence, la fidélité et le dépistage volontaire comme moyen de prévention sont très peu évoqués par les adolescentes de même que par leurs parents. Conclusion: La communication parents-adolescentes est insuffisante voire absente dans certains milieux. Il est urgent de conduire des actions auprès des adolescentes et leurs parents pour mieux les informer sur les IST/VIH/SIDA et améliorer la communication sur ces maladies.
Traumatic Rupture of the Posterior Urethra. Analysis of 87 Cases at the Conakry University Hospital
A B Diallo, M Barry, I Bah, A T Diallo, O R Bah, A Toure, S Balde, K B Sow, S Guirassay, M B Diallo
African Journal of Urology , 2007,
Abstract: Objectif : Rapporter notre expérience dans la prise en charge des ruptures traumatiques de l'urètre postérieur. Patients et méthodes : Quatre-vingt-sept patients présentant une rupture traumatique de l'urètre postérieur ont été traités dans le service d'Urologie-Andrologie du CHU de Conakry de janvier 1988 à décembre 2004. Le contexte traumatique a été un accident de la voie publique dans 68 (78,2%) cas et un accident de travail dans 19 (21,8%) cas. Seuls 32 (36,8%) des patients ont été re us dans les 72 heures qui ont suivi le traumatisme, les autres ont été re us au stade de sténose urétrale constituée. Une fracture du bassin a été notée chez 56 (64,4%) patients. La symptomatologie clinique était dominée par la rétention d'urine dans 62 (71,3%), l'urétrorragie dans 59 (67,8%) et l'hématome périnéal dans 23 (26,4%) cas. Résultats : Le traitement a consisté en un réalignement sur sonde urétrale en urgence, une réparation urétrale en urgence différée entre le 8e et le 10e jour et une urétroplastie tardive selon qu'il s'agissait d'une rupture récente ou ancienne de l'urètre. Les résultats thérapeutiques ont été bons dans 32 (36,8%) et moyens dans 39 (44,8%) cas. Une dysfonction érectile a été notée chez 19 (21,8 %) patients. Conclusion : Le traitement des ruptures de l'urètre postérieur demeure controversé, cependant pour nous, l'uretrorraphie termino-terminale en urgence différée reste la méthode thérapeutique de choix dans notre contexte devant l'impossibilité de pouvoir réaliser un réalignement endoscopique et en l'absence de lésions associées sévères. Devant des lésions associées graves la réfection urétrale passe au second plan cédant la priorité aux lésions engageant le pronostic vital. Objective: To report on our experience in the management of traumatic rupture of the posterior urethra. Patients and Methods: Eighty-seven patients with traumatic rupture of the posterior urethra were treated at the Department of Urology and Andrology of the Conakry University Hospital between January 1988 and December 2004. Trauma was caused by a car accident in 68 (78.2%) and by a work accident in 19 (21.8%) cases. Only 32 (36.8%) patients presented to the hospital within 72 hours after the accident. The others presented at a stage where urethral stricture had already developed. Bone lesions were observed in 56 (64.4%) patients. The predominant presenting symptom was urinary retention in 62 (71.3%) patients, followed by bleeding per urethram in 59 (67.8%) and perineal hematoma in 23 (26.4%) patients. Results: Treatment consisted of immediate emergency realignment with a guiding catheter, deferred emergency urethroplasty between the 8th and 10th day, or delayed urethroplasty, depending on the time elapsed after the injury. Good results were achieved in 32 (36.8%) and satisfactory results in 39 (44.8%) cases. Erectile dysfunction was noted in 19 (21.8%) patients. Conclusion: Treatment of ruptures of the posterior urethra remains controversial. Due to the fact
Liposarcoma of the Back: Case Report  [PDF]
A. Ma?ga, I. Diakité, A. Bah, T. Bathio, B. Diassana, A. B. Diallo, A. A. Traoré, M. Diallo, B. T. Dembélé, Y. Sidibé, O. H. Saadé, M. Kanté, M. Konaté, S. Dembélé, M. Samaké, A. Togo, A. Traoré, G. Diallo
Surgical Science (SS) , 2019, DOI: 10.4236/ss.2019.104017
Abstract:
Liposarcoma is a particular form of soft tissue sarcoma. First described by Virchow in 1860, liposarcoma is a rare mesenchymal tumor [1]. It represents 14% to 18% of all malignant tumors of the soft tissues and constitutes the most frequent soft tissue sarcoma [2]. For the majority of authors, it affects adult after the fourth decade. Because of the unusual age, we report a case of largeliposarcoma of the dorsal surface of the trunk. The appearance of the operative part made us think of a possible malignancy. A 35-year-old man without a notable patient history was admitted for a mass of the back discovered three years before without any notion of trauma. The patient affirms the recent appearance of an induration motivating the consultation. There were no associated signs such rectorrhagia, hematemesis, emaciation, pain. The physical examination finds a patient in good general condition. Locally, there is a swelling of the right lateral part of the 1/3 middle part of the back. It is an oval swelling of 25 cm long axis. Any fat tumor having a size more than 5 cm must therefore receive special attention even before the fourth decade.
Reactivation of Tuberculosis during Dual Therapy with Pegylated Interferon and Ribavirin for Chronic Hepatitis C about a Case  [PDF]
D. Soro, S. Koné, A. Ouattara, A. W. Ndjitoyap, A. J. B. Okon, D. Diallo, C. Assi, K. E. Allah, M. J. Lohoues Kouacou, B. M. Camara
Open Journal of Gastroenterology (OJGas) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/ojgas.2015.57014
Abstract: The infection by the virus of the hepatitis C can be associated with other infectious diseases, including the viral and bacterial infections of which the tuberculosis. The infection to Mycobacterium tuberculosis can remain latent during several years and show itself during a state of immunesuppression. The role of the antiviral treatment in the reactivation of the tuberculosis is debated. We bring back an observation of tubercular reactivation during dual therapy with pegylated interferon and ribavirin for a viral chronic hepatitis C. A virologique answer slow was obtained in the 40th week, as well as the reactivation of the tuberculosis. The tuberculosis was of ganglionic localization at our patient. The antituberculous treatment was established while maintaining the treatment. The evolution of the tuberculosis under treatment was favorable but for the VHC, we noted a virologique answer with premature relapse.
Partial Ventricular Atrioventricular Canal Aged about a Case  [PDF]
C. A. Thiam, S. Sidibé, Y. Camara, S. Coulibaly, A. K. Sacko, H. O. Ba, M. Diakite, S. Diallo, I. Sangaré, S. J. B. Tougouma, M. Konaté, S. Sidibé, A. Keita, N. Sidibé, S. Mariko, M. Sako, I. Menta, B. Diallo
World Journal of Cardiovascular Diseases (WJCD) , 2019, DOI: 10.4236/wjcd.2019.91006
Abstract: Introduction: The partial ventricular atrioventricular canal is a congenital heart malformation of the ostium primum type of variable surface that can reach the single atrium where the interatrial septum is no more than a cephalic muscular vestige attached to the roof of the atrium. His diagnosis at the age of 73 is not a common situation. The interest of this clinical case that we report lies in the peculiarity of its mode of discovery and its evolution under medical treatment. Observation. He was a 73-year-old patient with no known cardiovascular risk factor and has since been at about 18 years of age with heart failure syndrome with progressive dyspnea, cough and edema of the lower limbs, but never explored for lack of financial means, and the evolution was enamelled by episodes of cardiac decompensation, the last of which dated back to 03/07/2018 justifying a hospitalization in our service. Cardiac ultrasound shows a partial atrioventricular canal. The care was medical. Conclusion: The atrioventricular canal is a congenital heart disease complex of poor prognosis.
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