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A Rare Case of a Giant Cavernous Lymphangioma of the Chest Wall in a Child  [PDF]
Seydou Togo, Moussa Abdoulaye Ouattara, Ibrahim Boubacar Maiga, Yunping Lu, Donghui Jin, Ibrahim Sangaré, Maiga Abdoul Aziz, Cheik Amed Sekou Touré, Ibrahim Coulibaly, Jaques Saye, Cheik Sadibou, Sékou Koumaré, Sadio Yéna, Djibril Sangaré
Open Journal of Respiratory Diseases (OJRD) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/ojrd.2016.61001
Abstract: Cavernous lymphangioma of the chest wall is a very rare disease entity, and only a few cases have ever been documented in the literature. Cases of recurrent cavernous lymphangioma after surgical excision of a cystic lymphangioma on the same side of the chest wall are quite uncommon. We report a case of a 10-year-old girl, with a giant cavernous lymphangioma of the left lateral chest wall extending into the axilla, who had undergone surgical excision of a cystic lymphangioma 9 years earlier.
Secondary Spontaneous Rupture of the Diaphragm in a Child after Blunt Chest Trauma  [PDF]
Seydou Togo, Bourama Kané, Moussa Abdoulaye Ouattara, Issa Boubacar Maiga, Yunping Lu, Donghui Jin, Allaye Ombotimbé, Ibrahim Sangaré, Maiga Abdoul Aziz, Cheik Amed Sekou Touré, Ibrahim Coulibaly, Adama Issa Koné, Sitan Illiassou, Jaques Saye, Cheik Sadibou Traoré, Sékou Koumaré, Moussa Camara, Koita Adama Kononba, Mody Traoré, Zimogo Zié Sanogo, Sadio Yéna, Djibril Sangaré
Open Journal of Respiratory Diseases (OJRD) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/ojrd.2016.62006
Abstract: Traumatic diaphragmatic rupture (TDR) is very rare in the pediatric age group. Because of its rarity and its coexistence with more injuries, the diagnosis is often delayed. Very little has been written about this condition in the pediatric age group. TDR, while uncommon, should be considered in cases of blunt thoracic trauma. All patients should undergo meticulous examination preoperatively. The clinical presentation and importance of making an accurate diagnosis and surgery is highlighted. We report a case of secondary spontaneous traumatic left-sided diaphragmatic rupture in a child that was managed by delayed surgical repair.
Cervical Thoracic Necrotizing Fasciitis with the Mammary Gland Spread of Odontogenic Origin  [PDF]
Seydou Togo, Moussa Abdoulaye Ouattara, Jaques Saye, Ibrahim Boubacar Maiga, Cheick Ahmed Sékou Touré, Ibrahim Sankaré, M.A.C. Cissé, Nouhoum Diani, Sékou Koumaré, Moussa Camara, Adama Konoba Koita, Sadio Yéna, Zimogo Zié Sanogo, Djibril Sangaré
Surgical Science (SS) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/ss.2016.74024
Abstract: Necrotizing fasciitis is an uncommon infection, but potentially lethal, especially when associated with systemic disorders such as diabetes. We report the case of a 35-year-old female with uncontrolled diabetes mellitus, presenting with edema of the neck, facial and left mammary gland, secondary to untreated dental infection, progressing to a full-blown necrotizing fasciitis in a short period of time with sepsis. The patient was managed with aggressive multidisciplinary medical and surgical treatment. Despite the technologic advances in diagnosis and treatment, complications still result with astounding high mortality. Clearly, the morbidity associated to this infection, even in diabetic patients, can be minimized if an early diagnosis and effective debridement are done.
Breakpoint structure of the Anopheles gambiae 2Rb chromosomal inversion
Neil F Lobo, Djibril M Sangaré, Allison A Regier, Kyanne R Reidenbach, David A Bretz, Maria V Sharakhova, Scott J Emrich, Sekou F Traore, Carlo Costantini, Nora J Besansky, Frank H Collins
Malaria Journal , 2010, DOI: 10.1186/1475-2875-9-293
Abstract: Sequence comparison of regions near the cytological breakpoints of 2Rb allowed the molecular delineation of breakpoint boundaries. Comparisons were made between the standard 2R+b arrangement in the An. gambiae PEST reference genome and the inverted 2Rb arrangements in the An. gambiae M and S genome assemblies. Sequence differences between alternative 2Rb arrangements were exploited in the design of a PCR diagnostic assay, which was evaluated against the known chromosomal banding pattern of laboratory colonies and field-collected samples from Mali and Cameroon.The breakpoints of the 7.55 Mb 2Rb inversion are flanked by extensive runs of the same short (72 bp) tandemly organized sequence, which was likely responsible for chromosomal breakage and rearrangement. Application of the molecular diagnostic assay suggested that 2Rb has a single common origin in An. gambiae and its sibling species, Anopheles arabiensis, and also that the standard arrangement (2R+b) may have arisen twice through breakpoint reuse. The molecular diagnostic was reliable when applied to laboratory colonies, but its accuracy was lower in natural populations.The complex repetitive sequence flanking the 2Rb breakpoint region may be prone to structural and sequence-level instability. The 2Rb molecular diagnostic has immediate application in studies based on laboratory colonies, but its usefulness in natural populations awaits development of complementary molecular tools.Anopheles gambiae sensu stricto, the most important vector of human malaria in Africa, is the nominal member of a group of at least seven morphologically indistinguishable and closely related mosquito species [1,2]. Polytene chromosome analysis of this group, the An. gambiae complex, revealed an abundance of paracentric inversions [1,3], characterized by the breakage and 180 degree rearrangement of chromosome segments excluding the centromere. More than 130 paracentric inversions have been detected across the group as a whole, with 10 i
Introduction to Micro-finance
Mariam SANGARé
Essachess : Journal for Communication Studies , 2008,
Abstract: Micro-finance appears today as the most promising tool in the struggle against poverty and banking exclusion. By providing micro-credit, collecting saving and supplying microinsurance, microfinance institutions (MFIs) are renewing the banking activity by practices as innovative as the group lending method. However, the real impacts of the microfinance on target populations are to be confirmed, theirevaluation colliding with numerous difficulties. Nevertheless, the future development of micro-finance depends on its superiority over other tools in achieving its objectives. Hence, the need to develop more rigorous studies on the impacts, and mature reflection on sources of funding for MFIs in a context of growing of ethical finance and socially responsible investment.
Serious Myasthenia at the Department of Internal Medicine of Point G University Teaching Hospital: A Clinical Case  [PDF]
Assétou Kaya Soukho, Djenebou Traoré, Adramé Keita, Djibril Sy, Guida Landouré, Seybou Hassane Diallo, Youssouf Fofana, Kaly Keita, Mamadou Mallé, Ibrahima Amadou Dembélé, Drissa Sangaré, Mamadou Cissoko, Barry Boubacar Sangaré, Mamadou Dembélé, Abdel Kader Traoré, Hamar Alassane Traoré
Neuroscience & Medicine (NM) , 2019, DOI: 10.4236/nm.2019.103015
Abstract: Introduction: Myasthenia is a rare and disabling autoimmune disease. Few studies were devoted to this pathology. We report a clinical case of myasthenia in the Department of Internal Medicine at the Point G University Teaching Hospital. Observation: This is a 41-year-old patient of Malian origin, a trader with a history of hemorrhoidectomy in 2011 and familial hypertension, was admitted on August 19, 2014, for muscle weakness, dysphonia, and dysphagia. The disease started 1 year before admission at the department with progressive muscle weakness of the upper limbs aggravated by repetitive movements and spreading to the head “drooping head” and inferior limbs, associated with general fatigue, dysphonia and selective dysphagia for solid foods. The diagnosis of myasthenia was maintained based on the clinical signs such as ptosis, bilateral diplopia, and weakness with lower limbs muscle strength rated at 3/5, and confirmed with confirmatory exams; a positive anti-acetylcholine receptor antibody (RIA), the post-synaptic neuromuscular conduction block at ENMG and the positive neostigmine pharmacological test. The patient received Neostigmine (prostagmine) 0.5 mg one ampoule in IM/day and Prednisone at a dosage of 1 mg/kg/day. The evolution was marked by a moderate improvement of the symptomatology afterward the patient was evacuated to Tunisia on family request where he received a course of immunoglobulin 2 g/kg in 2 days. The evolution in Tunisia was favorable. The patient returned in Mali and death occurred after 2 months in a context of respiratory distress. Conclusion: Myasthenia is a rare but serious disease requiring careful management and monitoring to reduce respiratory complications.
Optimization of the Bitumen Content of a Basaltic Semi-Granular Bituminous Concrete  [PDF]
Souleymane Mbengue, Djibril Sow, Ibrahima Khalil Cisse
Open Journal of Civil Engineering (OJCE) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/ojce.2018.84032
Abstract: Various studies have been conducted in the past by researchers who have proposed diverse solutions to control the premature degradation noted on flexible pavements. It turns out that the binder content remains a parameter so far not mastered and its optimization remains an imperative to produce a quality mix capable of meeting the technical and economic requirements sought in a formulation study. This article mainly aimed to optimize the hydrocarbon binder content of a 0/14 granular class semi-granular bituminous concrete using the Marshall and Duriez method. In the first part of the study, the different constituents were characterized according to the standards in force. The second allowed to describe the methodology used to determine the mixture and calculated the theoretical binder content. A theoretical mixture, entering the reference zone was defined at first. Following the characterization of the mixture in the laboratory, the granulometry curve of the mixture was inserted into the reference zone. This mixture was then preserved for the rest of the study. Then, it was theoretically determined bitumen contents ranging from 5.13% to 5.75% for wealth modules ranging from 3.3% to 3.7%. Thus, the Marshall method was used to characterize the performance of the mixture as a function of the binder content. The results obtained led to the selection of two grades of binders 5.13% and 5.28% for the study of water resistance using the Duriez method. On the basis of the results obtained on the Duriez test, the mixture with a binder content of 5.28% satisfies a good part of the criteria selected. This content corresponds to a wealth module of 3.4%.
How Kurdish Immigrant Parents in the United States Think about the Formal and Informal Education of Their Sons and Daughters  [PDF]
Sangar Salih, Ervin (Maliq) Matthew, Annulla Linders
Open Journal of Social Sciences (JSS) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/jss.2017.56008
Abstract: The study addresses how Kurds who currently live in the United States think about and manage their children’s education. Of particular interest is the ways in which the gender of their children influences how parents engage with their children’s education. Based on interviews with Kurdish parents who live in Nashville, Tennessee, the study reveals that, in general, they feel more responsible for and take a much more proactive role in their children’s education than is typical of Kurds living in Kurdistan. This is so because the parents are not only concerned with securing an education for their children but also making sure their children adopt a Kurdish identity. The study also found that gender plays an important role in parental investment, albeit not in a straightforward way. That is, even though parents support the education of both their sons and daughters, they are nonetheless guided by deep seated assumptions that, once they grow up, their sons and daughters will live very different lives. More specifically, the parents operated on a taken-for-granted assumption that their daughters would live more circumscribed lives than their sons and hence needed a somewhat different educational investment during childhood.
Podiatric Risk Assessment in Diabetic Patients at University Hospital Center of Point G  [PDF]
Sy Djibril, Traoré Abdel Kader, Soukho Assétou Kaya, Traoré Djenebou, Thomas Ingrid Gladys, Keita Zakaria, Dembelé Ibrahima Amadou, Cissoko Mamadou, Sangaré Barry Boubacar, Togo Mamadou, Ke?ta Kaly, Keita Adramé, Tolo Nagou, Camara Boua Daoud, Dao Karim, Doumbia Alassane Alfousseni, Saliou Mahamadou, Fofana Youssouf, Mallé Mamadou, Traoré Abdramane, Sangaré Drissa, Cissé Sékou Mamadou, Berthé Brehima Boly, Sanogo Abasse, Sy Seydou, Dembélé Mamadou, Traoré Hamar Alassane
Open Journal of Endocrine and Metabolic Diseases (OJEMD) , 2019, DOI: 10.4236/ojemd.2019.98009
Abstract: Introduction: Diabetes, a chronic pathology, is the source of many acute and chronic complications whose treatment requires many daily constraints that can have a serious impact on the quality of life of the patient and his family. The diabetic foot is a real public health problem which is still dominated by a very high lower limb amputation rate even in countries with high socioeconomic status. The diabetic foot classically results from the association of three entangled mechanisms which are neuropathy, arteriopathy and infection. Objectives: To determine the frequency of arterial disease, neuropathy, and other aggravating factors that influence the podiatry risk, and to proceed with the gradation of the podiatry risk. Methodology: This was a cross-sectional study concerning the period from July 1 to October 31, 2017, covering all diabetic patients received in consultation and hospitalization in the Internal Medicine Department of the G-University Hospital Center. Results: Our study included 50 patients (35 women for 15 men) out of 95 diabetic patients receiving a frequency of 52.6%, with a sex ratio of 0.42. The average age of our patients was 54.38 ± 13.98 years. Overweight/obesity found in 44% of patients. The average Body Mass Index (BMI) of our patients was 27.16 kg/m2. Patients with diabetes less than 5 years old represented 56% with an average duration of 5.39 ± 5.34 years. The mode of discovery of diabetes was polyuria-polydipsia syndrome in 56% of cases. Type 2 diabetes represented 74% of patients. Among the patients who had performed the HbA1C test, 80.77% were not well balanced. The antecedent of macrosomia in women accounted for 77.1%. Patients who did not know foot hygiene recommendations accounted for 82%. Among the identified podiatry risk factors, diabetic neuropathy accounted for 73.8%, and arterial disease was 32.3%. Grade 1 patients in our study accounted for 52% (gradation of foot risk). Conclusion: The diabetic foot is a major public health problem because of its frequency, its direct and indirect cost, and its consequences on the life of diabetic subjects.
Screening of Foot at Risk in Diabetic Patients  [PDF]
Djenebou Traore, Djeneba Sylla Sow, Massama Konaté, Ousmane Sidibé, Modibo Mariko, Djibril Sy, Bah Traoré, Karim Dao, Amadou Koné, Nanko Doumbia, Nouhoum Ouologuem, Yacouba Lazard Diallo, Boua Daoud Camara, Nongoba Sawadogo, Ibrahima Amadou Dembélé, Barry Boubacar Sangaré, Mamadou Cissoko, Mahamadou Saliou, Youssouf Fofana, Mamadou Mallé, Mamadou Togo, Adramé Keita, Abdramane Traoré, Nagou Tolo, Madani Ouologuem, Abdel Kader Traoré, Assa Traoré Sidibé
Open Journal of Internal Medicine (OJIM) , 2019, DOI: 10.4236/ojim.2019.93009
Abstract: Introduction: The term “diabetic foot” refers to all conditions that affect the foot and are directly related to the impact of diabetes. Objective: Screen the foot at risk in diabetic patients at the hospital of Mali. Methods: It was a cross-sectional study from January 1st, 2016 to June 30, 2016, at the Department of Internal Medicine and endocrinology of the Hospital of Mali. It was focused on all hospitalized diabetic patients. Results: Thirty-two (32) patients had a foot at risk among 76 diabetic patients during the study period representing 42.10%. The sex ratio was 0.52. Type 2 diabetes accounted for 82%. A glycemic imbalance (HBA1C > 7%) was observed in 88.15%. Eighteen percent (18%) of patients had a history of ulceration or amputation; 33% were walking barefoot; 78.9% had tingles in the foot; 31.6% had intermittent claudication; 64.5% had foot cleanliness; 8% claw toes; 42% had abolition or reduction of superficial tenderness to monofilament and 21% had mixed foot (neuropathy + arteriopathy). In our study, 58.9% of patients had no risk of podiatry. Conclusion: Screening of foot at risk is essential in the management of diabetes because it determines the podiatric risk enabling to minimize future functional disabilities.
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