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Critique of John Locke Objection to the Innate Ideas  [PDF]
Coulibaly Yacouba
Open Journal of Philosophy (OJPP) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/ojpp.2016.64030
Abstract: The debate about innetivism is not a new subject in philosophy. From the earlier philosophers up to the recent ones, the main question that remains is: men are born with some ideas or we only know through experience? In this study, the emphasis will not be the process of human knowledge but the controversy in the objection of Locke to the innate Idea. From the beginning of his objection, John Locke shows that we are born with empty mind. Then through experience we build the knowledge little by little. But later on, Locke recognizes that it’s also possible that children may have some ideas from the womb. They may experience wants, diseases, hunger, and heat. To him many of those ideas which were produced in the minds of children, in the beginning of their sensation, if they are not repeated in future, then they are quite lost. If we choose the fact that people are born with ideas from pre-experience, that view is more scientific and more logical than the religious view of Plato. The paper concludes that even though there is no complete agreement on how innate ideas are made, we did not come in the world with blank mind and what is important is not how innate ideas have been made but their existence and application in life.
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.
Endoscopic Management of Migrated Intra Uterine Device in Sub-Saharan Health Setting Area. Our Experience about Seventeen Cases  [PDF]
Traoré Youssouf, Kanté Ibrahim, Sima Mamadou, Ongoiba Ibrahima, Coulibaly Ahmadou, Dicko Birama, Bocoum Amadou, Kodio Souma, Théra Tiounkani, Téguété Ibrahima, Traoré Mamadou
Surgical Science (SS) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/ss.2018.91003
Abstract: Intra uterine device migration is a relatively rare event. The migration of the IUD in the surrounded viscera can be managed by endoscopy approach. Objectives: We reported our experience to determine the epidemiologic characteristics of patients that presented migrated IUD, to report clinical aspects and describe the laparoscopic management. Method: We conducted a descriptive and prospective survey from January 1st, 2014 to October 31, 2016. That survey took place in the department of gynecology and obstetrics of Point G Teaching hospital, Bamako, Mali. Population study concerned patients with intra uterine device complications. Statistic tests used have been X2 or Fisher test according their application conditions. P < 0.05 was considered statistically significant. Results: Seventeen patients were included. Mean age of patients is 29 years with extremes of 13 years and 44 years. The main reference incitement of patients were perforation of the uterus and pelvis pain (27.8% for each), misplaced IUD (22.3%). Complications observed were intra uterine device migrated in to the bladder (1 case), in the abdomen (10 cases), in the ovary (2 cases) and in the uterine tuba (1 case). Three perforations were done without migration in to surrounded viscera. We used endoscopic surgery among all of them. But in one case we switched endoscopy method in to laparotomy because of important intra peritoneal bleeding to end the management of the patient. No death occurred and mean duration of the stay of hospitalization was 2 days. Conclusion: IUD migration is a scarce event. All the surrounded viscera can be the site of its migration. The management of that complication is usually done by endoscopy method.
Management of Urological Lesions Secondary to Obstetrical Gyneco Surgery in the Urology Department of the Gabriel Toure University Hospital Centre  [PDF]
Amadou Berthé, Mamadou Tidiane Coulibaly, Adama Toutou Diallo, Moumine Zié Diarra, Ibrahim Yattara, Zanafon Outtara, Amidou Domegué Ouattara, Thièrno Madane Diop
Surgical Science (SS) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/ss.2018.97024
Abstract: Summarizes: The objective of this work was to study the clinical, diagnostic, therapeutic and evolutionary aspects of urological lesions secondary to gynaeco-obstetrical surgery in the urology department of the Gabriel Touré University Hospital. Material and method: It was a transversal and retrospective study carried out in the urology department of the Gabriel Touré University Hospital Centre in Bamako over 8 years. It focused on the files of 25 patients operated on for a urological lesion secondary to gynaeco-obstetrical surgery. Sociodemographic, epidemiological, diagnostic, therapeutic and evolutionary parameters were analysed. Results: Urologic lesions secondary to gynaeco-obstetrical surgery were found in 0.72% of urologically operated patients. The mean age of the patients was 39 ± 10.4 years (extremes: 18 and 60 years). The average time to diagnosis was 121, 88 ± 15 days (extremes: 0 and 365 days). Clinical signs were: oligo anuria (16%), urine leakage (52%), lumbar pain (24%). The diagnosis was made by the methylene blue test in 56% of patients, by the uro-scanner (20%) and by intravenous urography (16%). In 8% of patients, the diagnosis was made during surgery. The surgical interventions involved were: hysterectomy (48%), cesarean section (40%), genital prolapse cure (8%), ovarian cystectomy (4%). Lesions were dominated by vaginal vesico fistulas (48%) followed by ureterovaginal fistulas (20%), ureteral ligatures (16%). Treatment consisted of ureterovesical reimplantation according to Lich Gregory with ureteral intubation (36%), fistulography (48%). Healing was achieved in 92% of patients. Conclusion: Hysterectomy for cervical malignancy and cesarean section are the main etiologies of urological lesions secondary to gynaeco-obstetrical surgery. Open surgery is the only alternative for the management of these lesions in our context. Controlling anatomy is the main preventive measure.
From the Failure of African Socialism, How to Set a New Trend for a New Generation?  [PDF]
Coulibaly Yacouba, Belko Wologueme
Open Journal of Social Sciences (JSS) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/jss.2018.62003
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From 1960, most of the African nations got their political independence. Many countries started to establish national and regional vision about the future. Then some political scientist, state men and scholars came out with a new philosophy called socialism. The concept of socialism was at the same time philosophical and ideological conviction made to promote national and regional unity in Africa. Unfortunately, the concept was misunderstood by most of the leaders to some extent, but also, the lack of good will led some others to mislead their own people by fighting against the idea of socialism. The fact that many Africans were not educated, contributed to the growth and expansion of socialism with effectiveness. For all these reasons, the application of socialism was difficult, even impossible. In this article, we are trying to explain the main reason of the failure of this political and philosophical thought and set a new trend for the new generation.
External Branch of the Superior Laryngeal Nerve: Anatomy and Operating Hurts  [PDF]
Abdoulaye Kanté, Babou Ba, Youssouf Sidibé, Drissa Ouattara, Bréhima Bengaly, Bréhima Coulibaly, Drissa Traoré, Mariam Daou, Tata Touré, Siaka Diallo, Amady Diakalia Coulibaly, Mamadou Alymami Keita, Souleymane Sanogo, Djibril Traoré, Moustapha Issa Magané, Ousmane Ibrahim Touré, Idrissa Tounkara, Abdoulaye Diarra, Bakary Keita, Timbely Guidérè, Birama Togola, Nouhoum Ongo?ba
International Journal of Otolaryngology and Head & Neck Surgery (IJOHNS) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/ijohns.2018.76039
Abstract: Purpose: Our purpose was to describe the anatomy of the external branch of the upper laryngeal nerve and to estimate the frequency of nerves at risk during the total thyroidectomies sub. Methodology: We realized in the CHU Point G in Bamako a forward-looking study over a period going from September 1st, 2016 till December 31st, 2017. All the patients operated by thyroidectomies subtotals for mild goiters were included to whom a systematic location of the external branch of the superior laryngeal nerve in the space avascular of Reeve was realized. Cancers and other thyroid pathologies were not included. Results: We counted and operated 120 cases of mild goiters. The external branch of the superior laryngeal nerve was seen and dissected in 80.8%; it was not seen in 19.2%. According to the classification of Cernea: the type 2 was found in 80.8% of the cases with him under typical 2b in 47.5% and under type 2a in 40 (33.3%). The global frequency of lesion of the external branch of the upper laryngeal nerve was 10.8% at 9 patients among whom 6 who presented a BENLS of Type Ni. Conclusion: The external branch of the upper laryngeal nerve of type 2 presents a risk of wound because the surgeon treats the upper pedicle at the level of the critical centimeter place over the upper pole of the thyroid. The identification of the nerve during the thyroid surgery is the solution of choice.
Post-Infectious Acute Glomerulonephritis in Child: Epidemiological, Clinical and Evolutionary Aspects in Gabriel Touré Teaching Hospital in Mali  [PDF]
Mariam Sylla, Fatoumata Dicko-Traoré, Abdoul Karim Doumbia, Aminata Coulibaly, Abdoul Aziz Diakité, Modibo Sangaré, Pierre Togo, Fousseyni Traoré, Amadou Touré, Djènèba Konaté, Karamoko Sacko, Belco Maiga, Fatoumata Léonie Diakité, Lala N’Drainy Sidibé, Mohamed Elmouloud Cissé, Adama Dembélé, Hawa Diall, Oumar Coulibaly, Ibrahim Hamadou, Leyla Maiga, Issiaka Koné, Boubacar Togo, Toumani Sidibé
Open Journal of Pediatrics (OJPed) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/ojped.2018.84036
Abstract: Introduction: Acute post-infectious glomerulonephritis (APIGN) can be serious due to its complications that still occur in our countries. In this work, we aimed to study the epidemiological, clinical, biological and evolutionary aspects of APIGN. Patients and methods: We conducted a retrospective, descriptive study from January 1st, 2015 to December 31st, 2017 in the pediatric ward of the Gabriel Touré Teaching Hospital in Bamako. All children hospitalized for APIGN were included. Results: In two years, we included 10 children aged 7 years old on average; all from low socioeconomic backgrounds. The sex ratio was 1.5. On average, the children spent 15.8 days before our consultation. Edema was the main reason for consultation. We found a history of infection and high blood pressure in 30% each, and renal failure in 10% of the children. Hematuria and proteinuria were detected in 100% and 90%, respectively. Hypocomplementemia was observed in 66.6%. One third of the children had a positive antistreptolysin O. The average duration of hospital stay was 11.2 days. The evolution was favorable in 90%. Kidney failure was the leading cause of death. Conclusion: Acute post-infectious glomerulonephritis is still a reality in our context. Emphasis should be put on its prevention by improving the hygienic conditions, detection and the management of
Diverticular Fistula of the Female Urethra on Lithiasis at the District Health Center (CSREF) in Communeii, Bamako, Mali  [PDF]
Tounkara Idrissa, Diarra Abdoulaye, Traoré Amadou, Coulibaly B. Bakary, Kanté Abdoulaye, Dembélé Dabéré Ives, Thiam Souleymane, Ouattara Kassoum, Kanté Lassana, Konate Madiassa, Koné Assitan, Ongoiba Oumar, Sangaré Modibo, Dembélé Bakary Tiètiki, Diakité Ibrahim, Sidibé Yoro, Bah Amadou, Coulibaly Yakaria, Togo Adégné, Diallo Gangaly
Surgical Science (SS) , 2019, DOI: 10.4236/ss.2019.103011
Abstract:
The diverticulum of the female urethra or sub-urethral pouch is in the form of a cul-de-sac lined with mucous membrane through the muscular layer of the urethra. Thus, it is a site of stasis, urinary infection, formation of calculus or even malignant tumor. The diverticula of the urethra or sub-urethral pouches in women have a prevalence of 0.5% to 6% depending on the series. We report the case of a 61-year-old patient operated for a diverticulum on fistulized urethra complicated lithiasis. Our patient had five pregnancies and five births when she consulted for dysuria, urinary burns evolving since a year. The urogenital examination revealed a partially stenotic urethral meatus and a 3-cm large fistulized intravaginal peri-urethral mass allowing urine leak. The mass was painful and hard at palpation. We performed transvaginal diverticulectomy. The follow-up was simple and the probe was removed two weeks after the surgery. An atomo-pathological examination of the resected diverticulum concluded an aspect compatible with lithiasis urethritis.
Primitive Umbilical Endometriosis in a Young Woman at the District Health Center (CSREF) in Commune II in Bamako  [PDF]
Tounkara Idrissa, Diarra Abdoulaye, Traoré Amadou, Coulibaly B. Bakary, Kanté Abdoulaye, Dembélé Dabéré Ives, Thiam Souleymane, Ouattara Kassoum, Kanté Lassana, Konate Madiassa, Koné Assitan, Ongoiba Oumar, Sangaré Modibo, Dembélé Bakary Tiètiki, Diakité Ibrahim, Sidibé Yoro, Bah Amadou, Coulibaly Yakaria, Togo Adégné, Diallo Gangaly
Surgical Science (SS) , 2019, DOI: 10.4236/ss.2019.103012
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Umbilical endometriosis, also called Villar’s nodule, has rarely been described in the literature. It represents only 0.5% to 1% of all cases of endometriosis. We report a case in a 28-year-old nulligest, nulliparous woman who consulted at the CSREF CII in Bamako. The diagnosis was suspected with the presence of umbilical swelling with cyclic, painful, dark hemorrhage of firm consistency. We performed an omphalectomy with an uncomplicated postoperative course. She was released from the hospital three days post-surgery. Anatomo-pathological examination of the resected specimen confirmed the diagnosis of umbilical endometriosis.
Operating Site Infections at General Surgery Department of Gabriel Toure Training Hospital  [PDF]
Bakary Tientigui Dembélé, Alhassane Traoré, Adégné Togo, Lassana Kanté, Ibrahim Diakité, Bourama Diarra, Amadou Traoré, Madiassa Konaté, Boubacar Karembé, Yacaria Coulibaly, Mamby Keita, Souleymane Diallo, Souleymane Diallo, Gangaly Diallo
Surgical Science (SS) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/ss.2015.62010
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The operating site infections constitute the major postoperative issue in surgery. Our objectives were to determine the hospital frequency, the risk factors, the involved germs as well as the cost generated by the operating site infections. Method: Our three months prospective survey run from September the 1st to November the 30th 2013 has included all department patients being operated on and hospitalized. The criteria have been set by CDC d’Atlanta. Results: 374 files were involved, among them 229 (61.2%) were emergencies and 145 (38.8%) were scheduled. The average age was 41 (extremes 7 and 95 standard deviation 17.46), the sex ratio 1.67. The infective risk according to Altmeier has found 17.5% type 1, 25.1% type 2, 11.2% type 3 and 46.3% type 4; according to NNISS, 96 (25.7) were NNISS 0; 94 (51.9%) NNISS 1; 80 (21.4%) NNISS 2; and 4 (1.1%) NNISS. In the Altmeier class I have not got antibiotic before infection signs appearances. Our overall rate of operating site infections was 7.9% (29 cases), with 24 (82.8%) emergency cases. According to Altmeier’s class of infective risk, the rate of operating site infections was 1.54% making 1 out of 65 type I patients; 4.3% making 4 out of 93 type II patients; 11.9% making 5 out of 42 type III patients; 10.9% making 19 out of 174 type IV patients. According to NNISS, the infective risk has been assessed and was 2.08% for score 0, we have got 8.25% score 1, and 12.5% for score 2, and 25% for score 3. The bacteriology has been dominated by Escherichia colii(51.7), Proteus mirabilisi(13.8), and
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