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Complications of Sinusitis: About 9 Cases in the Ear Nose & Throat (ENT) Department of the University Hospital Gabriel Touré in Bamako  [PDF]
Kadidiatou Doumbia-Singare, Abdoul Aziz Diakite, Sidiki N’Dao, Samba Karim Timbo, Youssouf Sogoba, Drissa Kanikomo, Boubacary Guindo, Siaka Soumaoro, Lamine Traore, Fatogoma Kone, Fatou Sylla, Mohamed Keita, Alhousseini Ag Mohamed
Surgical Science (SS) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/ss.2016.71003
Abstract: Objective: This study aims to analyze clinical, paraclinical and therapeutic aspects of sinusitis complications in the Otorhinolaryngology department at the teaching hospital of Gabriel Toure in Bamako. Materials and methods: This descriptive and longitudinal study was conducted on 12 months from March 2012 to February 2013 in 9 cases of sinusitis complications in the department of Otorhinolaryngology at the University Hospital Gabriel Toure in Bamako. Results: The average age of patients was 22.7 years; a median of 19 years within 6 men and 3 women with almost 12.9 days of care seeking duration. The factors of risky were the use of nonsteroid anti-inflammatory drugs NSAID (4 cases), maxillofacial trauma (1 case) and HIV (1 case). Facial pain was the major symptom, such as frontal oedema, rhinorrhea with pus shedding and nasal obstruction. Computer tomography was used for complications specification. Frontal sinusitis was the most encountered with subperiosteal abscess (44.4%). Streptococcus pneumoniae was identified in 3 cases. Medical treatment associated to surgery was conducted on 7 patients. Two cases of death have been registered. Conclusion: The complicated sinusitis is an emergency and dangerous disease requiring specific care by a multidisciplinary staff. Much of complications are commonly encountered despite the antibiotic era.
Pulmonary Hypoplasia: A Rare Cause of Chronic Cough in TB Endemic Area  [PDF]
Ouattara Khadidia, Kanoute Tenin, Baya Bocar, Soumaré Dianguina, Kamian Youssouf Mama, Sidibé Youssouf, Fofana Aminata, Traoré Mohamed Maba, Guindo Ibrahim, Sidibe Fatoumata, Dakouo Aimé Paul, Sanogo Fatoumata Bintou, Bamba Salimata, Coulibaly Lamine, Yossi Oumar, Kone Drissa Samba, Toloba Yacouba
Open Journal of Respiratory Diseases (OJRD) , 2019, DOI: 10.4236/ojrd.2019.91002
Abstract: Pulmonary hypoplasia is a rare disease characterized by a defect of lung development more often unilateral. The diagnosis requires several exams to eliminate other causes of pulmonary retraction. We report two cases at the department of pneumophtisiology of the University Teaching Hospital of Point G. The first case is a young adult who was complaining of a chronic cough. Etiological investigation required several exams including spirometry and Computed tomographic scan (CT scan). After elimination of all suspected causes of pulmonary opacity, the diagnosis of pulmonary hypoplasia was retained. The second case is a 2-year-old girl who was born with congenital cardiopathy whose respiratory complications were increasing during her childhood and respiratory explorations discovered pulmonary agenesis. Pulmonary hypoplasia is rare in our medical practice, but attention must be drawn to a retractile pulmonary opacity in young age after elimination of all infectious causes in TB endemic area.
Reconstruction of Post-Traumatic Bone Loss (BL) Members: Our Experience about 27 Cases  [PDF]
Moctar Traore, Samba Kone, Maurice Kouame, Raphael Dallo Gogoua, Armand Yepie, Michel Anoumou, Guy Varango
Open Journal of Orthopedics (OJO) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/ojo.2016.66021
Abstract: The purpose of this study is to evaluate our results of treatment of post-traumatic bone defect of members through various bone reconstruction techniques. Patients and method: It is a retrospective study continues from January 2008 to December 2012. It involved 27 patients who had bone loss following trauma members. The average age of patients was 36.2 years. We noted a male predominance (22 men). The causes of injuries were dominated by accidents of public roads (12 cases) and ballistic trauma (14 cases). We noted one case of work accident. The BL was localized in 10 cases the tibia, femur in 4 cases, 8 cases in the humerus, 2 cases in the fibula, 1 case was located in the olecranon, 1 case at the distal radius and 1 case to the ball. All lesions were open fractures. After a mean of support for 3 days, we performed emergency around 19 associated with internal fixation (10 cases external fixation, internal fixation 9 cases), 8 single around. Bone reconstruction was performed secondarily in the majority of cases (24 cases). Only 4 reconstructions were performed in emergency. Reconstruction techniques were dominated by conventional grafts (24 cases) associated or not with the technique of induced membrane. Bone reconstruction techniques we used were as follows: 24 cases of traditional autografts and 3 cases of intertibio-fibular graft. After an average decline of 43.6 months, our patients were evaluated clinically (axis and limb length) and radiological (bone healing). Results: bone healing was achieved in 22 cases after a mean of 3.8 surgeries and an average of 14.8 months. Conclusion: the main principles governing the reconstruction of a defect are pre healing associated infection and repair soft tissue whenever it can do. The current trend is to hybridization of the reconstruction process of the great losses of substance by developing strategies based on both the deliberate shortening.
Giant Bursitis of Wrist and Multiple Tenosynovitis of Hand with Rice Body Formation: Unusual Case of an Atypical Mycobacteria Infection  [PDF]
Kone Samba, Krah K. Leopold, Traore Moctar, Gbane Mariam, Koffi Gerard, Kouassi Adelaide, Ngandeu Astrid
Open Journal of Rheumatology and Autoimmune Diseases (OJRA) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/ojra.2016.63008
Abstract: We report an unusual manifestation of nontuberculous mycobacterial infection characterized by a giant bursitis on wrist and multiple tenosynovitis with many rice bodies formations. The clinical and radiological examinations are neither rather sensitive nor rather specific. The nuclear imagery of rice bodies formations provides elements of guidance. Cause of absence of the germ isolation, diagnosis was retained on probability items based on a suspicion of arguments beam: clinical, biological, bacteriological and histological. The patient was treated with medical and surgical procedure and provided a satisfactory evolution. At follow-up of 15 months, there were no clinical signs of local recurrence. Through a literature review, the problem of diagnosis of certainty will be discussed.
Primary Malignant Bones Cancers in Cote d’Ivoire: Epidemiological and Histopathological Aspects  [PDF]
Kone Samba, J. N’dah Kouame, R. Kouakou Konan, A. Ngandjeu Nawé, Doukoure Brahima, Bana Abdoulaye, Eti Edmond, Agoh Serge
Open Journal of Pathology (OJPathology) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/ojpathology.2018.82006
Abstract: Primary bones cancers are rare and ubiquitous malignant tumors. Aim: Our study aimed was to describe the epidemiological and histopathological aspects of primary malignant bone cancers in Ivory Coast. Material and method: This is a retrospective and descriptive study of primary malignant bone cancers diagnosed over the period 1990 to 2013 (24 years). The studied parameters were: epidemiological aspects (frequency, age, sex, topography) and histological aspects. Results: Over the study period, primary malignant bone cancers accounted for 1.93% (n = 228) of cancers. The average age was 27.02 years with extremes of 2 and 85 years. The sex ratio was 1.65. They were in the skull and maxilla in 43.9% (n = 105), lower limbs (23.8%), spine and ribs (19.8%), pelvis (5.3%) and upper limbs (2.3%). The clinic was dominated by pain and alteration of general state. Radiology was variable depending on the histological type. In children, primary malignant bone cancers were found in the maxillary (77.9%) and the lower limb (15.8%). Burkitt’s lymphomas represented 36.4% (n = 66) of the histological types followed by 22.4% osteosarcomas (n = 51). In adults at histology, sarcomas were the most common (10%), followed by cancers of the hematopoietic and lymphatic organs (8.09%). Conclusion: Primary malignant bone cancers are rare in Ivory Coast. They most often affect male children with maxillofacial involvement and predominant lower extremity. Burkitt’s lymphoma and osteosarcoma are the often diagnosed histological types.
Ileal Occlusion on Bezoars at Kati BSS Hospital  [PDF]
Keita Koniba, Abdoulaye Diarra, Sidiki Keita, Issa Traore, Salia Coulibaly, Fadima Tall, Daouda Diallo, Oulematou Coulibaly, Assitan Kone, Boubacar Kone, Mahamadou Bacary Coulibaly, Daouda Konate, Ismael Konare, Drissa Traore
Surgical Science (SS) , 2019, DOI: 10.4236/ss.2019.101005
Abstract: Bowel occlusions by bezoars are rare pathologies. They are due to an ob-struction of the intestinal lumen by a solid mass of fruits or undigested vegetable fibers. They are seasonal (wild fruit season from March to June) in the Sahel Zone. We report a case of small bowel obstruction in a 35-year-old rural man after swallowing a significant amount of wild grapes (Lannea microcarpa). We proceeded to the resection of the occluded ileal segment and performed an ileal terminal ileal anastomosis. There weren’t any complications during the postoperative site.
Sigmoid Colon Volvulus: Surgical Management at Kati BSS Hospital (Mali)  [PDF]
Koniba Keita, Abdoulaye Diarra, Salia Coulibaly, Sidiki Keita, Issa Traore, Moussa Doumbia, Fadima Tall, Daouda Diallo, Oulematou Coulibaly, Assitan Kone, Boubacar Kone, Daouda Konate, Amadou Kassongue, Moussa Salifou Diallo, Ismael Konare, Drissa Traore, Nouhoum Ongoiba
Surgical Science (SS) , 2019, DOI: 10.4236/ss.2019.103010
The objective of this study was to describe the therapeutic aspects and to evaluate the surgery results of sigmoid Volvulus in the Kati (MALIA) General Surgery Department. Patients and Methods: This was a descriptive study conducted in our General Surgery Department. It took place in two phases for six years: A retrospective phase from January 1st, 2010 to December 31st, 2015 and a prospective phase from January 1st, 2016 to December 31st, 2017. This study has been approved by the Ethics Committee. It’s concerned all the patients operated in the department for colon Volvulus. Results: We collected 70 patients’ files. The Sigmoid Volvulus represented 7.8% of emergency surgery activities and 37.2% of intestinal obstruction. The male sex predominated with 98.57% against 1.43% of the female sex. The average age was 42.11 years old with limits of 18 to 70. The average deadline evolution was 2.53 days with limits of 1 to 3. The sigmoidectomy with immediate anastomosis was performed in 66% of patients, colectomy with 2-times anastomosis: according to Hartman 20% and Bouilly Volkman 11%, detorsion with colopexy 3%. The early morbidity rate was 5.71%. The average duration of hospitalization was 10.8 days with limits of 5 to 40 days. Two deaths were recorded. Conclusion: Sigmoid Volvulus is frequent in young adult sex male in Africa. We did not find any significant difference between the surgical technique and the advent of complications. The Colectomy with immediate anastomosis seems to be ideal to us that anytime the conditions are appropriate.
Triceps Brachii Tendon Reconstruction with V-Y Plasty: Indication and Functional Results of a Case at Bouaké Teaching Hospital  [PDF]
Krah Koffi Léopold, Sery Bada Léopold, Kone Samba, Digbeu Kévin, Assere Arnaud, Kouassi Aya Natacha, Kouassi Eric, M’Bra Innocent, Yao Loukou Blaise, Kodo Michel
Open Journal of Orthopedics (OJO) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/ojo.2017.712041
Abstract: Repair of an old lesion of the triceps brachii tendon is infrequent. A V-Y plasty was performed 4 years after the injury in an adult. Post traumatic osteoarthritis limits functional outcomes. The patient is satisfied.
Giant Cervical Kystic Lymphangioma in Children: Surgical Management of a Case  [PDF]
Youssouf Sidibé, Abdoulaye Kanté, Amady Coulibaly, Rokia Koné, Mamadou Koné, Fatoumata Léonie Fran?ois Diakité, Drissa Ouattara, Abdoul Wahab Haidara, Boubacar Sanogo, Sidiki Dao, N’faly Konate, Kadiatou Singaré Doumbia, Samba Karim Timbo, Mohamed Keita, Alhousseini Ag Mohamed
International Journal of Otolaryngology and Head & Neck Surgery (IJOHNS) , 2019, DOI: 10.4236/ijohns.2019.81001
Abstract: Introduction: Cervical cystic lymphangiomas are rare benign dysembryoplastic tumors of lymphatic origin. Its severity in the child is due on one hand to their fast evolution and the compression of the way aerodigestive and on the other hand, by the classical difficulty of their excision. The purpose of this work was to report a case of giant cervical cystic lymphangioma in a child to discuss the difficulties associated with its management in our context. Observation: This was a 3-year-old female child who was admitted to the ENT department of CHU “Luxembourg” for right lateral cervical swelling. The clinical examination had noted a large anterior-latero cervical swelling of soft, renitent, painless palpation, movable in relation to the superficial and deep plane, measuring about 20 cm × 17 cm, the skin was healthy. It wasn’t particularity to the rest of the physical examination. The diagnosis of giant cervical cystic lymphangioma was discussed. Thorough excision of the swelling by right lateral cervicotomy was performed. Anatomopathological examination of the operative specimen confirmed the diagnosis. The postoperative course was simple and the evolution was favorable. Conclusion: Cervical cystic lymphangiomas are rare. Their management involves surgery, with short and long-term post-operative outcomes are often excellent.
Audiometric Profile of Deafness at the University Hospital Center Gabriel Toure of Bamako  [PDF]
Kassim Diarra, Boubacary Guindo, Youssouf Sidibé, N’faly Konaté, Ibrahim Fofana, Drissa Kaloga Bagayoko, Fatogoma Issa Koné, Siaka Soumaoro, Doumbia Kadidiatou Singare, Samba Karim Timbo, Mohamed Amadou Keita
International Journal of Otolaryngology and Head & Neck Surgery (IJOHNS) , 2020, DOI: 10.4236/ijohns.2020.91006
Abstract: Objective: To determine the audiometric profile of deafness in our practice. Materials and Methods: Longitudinal prospective study was conducted out in the ENT department and cervicofacial surgery of Gabriel Toure University Hospital in Bamako, we made an exhaustive sampling of all the patients who consulted for hearing loss, tinnitus, vertigo, hiring report, medical expertise and whose deafness was confirmed to tonal audiometry with an age greater than or equal to 15 years. It was spread over 10 months (June 2016 to March 2017). A total of 200 patients were collected. Exclusion criteria were all patients under 15 years of age as well as deafness related to earwax or foreign bodies, and refusal to participate in the study Results: During our study period, 6055 outpatients were admitted out of which 734 patients underwent audiometric testing and 200 patients (3.30%) met our criteria. The male sex was the most represented with a rate of 60%. The sex ratio was 1.5 or 3 men for 2 women. The 15 to 25 age group was the most represented at 37.5%. The average age was 37.18 years old with extremes ranging from 15 to 83 years old. Pupils/students were the most represented with a rate of 29.5%, followed by housewives in 23%, farmers in 10.5% and military in 10%. As antecedent 26% of our patients had a chronic otitis media (OMC), against 23% who had no antecedent otological and 17% had a traumatic antecedent. Bilateral deafness was the most common with a rate of 64.5%. The mode of progressive appearance was the most frequent in 74.5%. As functional signs 46.22% of our patients had a hearing loss associated with tinnitus. Otoscopic examination was pathological in 34.5% of our patients. Mixed deafness was the most common in 43.35%, followed by perception deafness in 32.19% and transmission deafness 24.46%. Mean deafness was the most common with a rate of 48.91%, was severe in 20.22%, mild in 18.31%, deep in 11.47% and cophotic in 01.09%. Asymmetrical curves were the most found in 65.89% of our patients. Conclusion: Deafness is a sensory disability responsible for communication disorder, sometimes disabling. Audiometry, although subjective, remains essential in the diagnosis of deafness.
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