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Contribution of the Medical Imaging in Care of Ambiguous Genitalia  [PDF]
Zanga Sore Moussa, Diallo Ousseini, Ouattara Boubakar, Napon Aischa Madina, Bamouni Yomboue Abel, Cisse Rabiou
Open Journal of Radiology (OJRad) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/ojrad.2018.82014
Abstract: We report a case of ambiguous genitalia in a 15-year-old patient to demonstrate input of medical imaging in the diagnosis and care of this rare congenital deformation. Disorders of sexual differentiation (DSD) have been defined as congenital conditions in which development of chromosome, gonad, or anatomic sex is atypical and that raise an issue in the sex assignment. In lower socioeconomic countries where antenatal diagnosis is almost non-existent, due to lack of technical facilities, their medical and surgical management is hard. The case which we report was investigated by ultrasonography and genitography, which remains primary indications in our context.
Ultrasound Contribution to the Diagnosis of Emphysematous Cystitis  [PDF]
Kofi-Mensa Savi de Tové, Madina Napon, Zakari Nikiema, Patricia Yèkpè, Olivier Biaou, Vicentia Boco
Open Journal of Radiology (OJRad) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/ojrad.2015.53024
Abstract: Emphysematous cystitis is a severe urinary tract infection which threatens patients’ life. Thus, it requires early diagnosis and computed tomography (CT) is the reference medical exam used to address it. However, ultrasound, which is a non-ionizing and very accessible technique, may also contribute to diagnosis. The aim of this study was to illustrate the contribution of ultrasound to the diagnosis of emphysematous cystitis. We report three cases of emphysematous cystitis diagnosed by ultrasound. In all the cases, ultrasound identified basic signs showing presence of gas, including a hyperechoic cystic parietal thickening, repeat echoes and dirty shadow cones of intraluminal focus. Diagnostic confirmation was made in two cases through X-ray and in one case by means of computed tomography. Through simple basic signs, ultrasound directs most usefully towards an emphysematous urinary tract infection. CT enables a more accurate diagnostic work-up of lesions and differential diagnosis with vesico-digestive fistula.
Male Breast Nodules in Ouagadougou (Burkina Faso): Radiological and Histopathological Aspects  [PDF]
Nina-Astrid Nde Ouedraogo, Madina Napon, Bénilde Ma Kambou Tiemtore, Boubakar Ouattara, Abel Bamouni, Ousséini Diallo, Claudine Lougue Sorgho, Rabiou Cisse
Open Journal of Radiology (OJRad) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/ojrad.2018.84030
Abstract: Objective: To describe the radiological and histological aspects of breast nodules among men in our practice setting. Methodology: This is a descriptive and retrospective study conducted from January 2014 to October 2017. The study included male patients with breast nodules classified ACR3, 4 or 5 after a mammographic and ultrasound scan. These lesions were explored through an ultrasound-guided breast microbiopsy. The following are the variables collected: age, family history of breast cancer, medical history, ACR classification, nodule size, and anatomopathologic diagnosis. Results: 13 breast nodules were explored among 13 male subjects. Mammography and breast ultrasound enabled to identify one ACR3 lesion, 10 ACR4 lesions and 2 ACR5 lesions. The average age was 56.53 ± 14.63 years and the average size of the nodules 28.91 ± 13.62 mm. As for histology, there were seven malignant tumors and six benign tumors. The average age of patients with malignancy was 61.45 ± 13.62 years. The malignant nodules average size was 29.45 ± 12.54 mm. Malignant tumors exclusively consisted of invasive breast carcinomas while Benign ones consisted of dystrophic and inflammatory lesions. Conclusion: Most often Breast lesions among men had an indeterminate appearance on imaging and were predominantly malignant in histopathology.
Radio-Histopathological Aspects of Breast Nodules in a Sub-Saharan African City (Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso)  [PDF]
Nina-Astrid Nde Ouedraogo, Bénilde Ma Kambou Tiemtore, Yobi Alexis Sawadogo, Boubakar Ouattara, Prosper David Lamien, Madina Napon, Ousséini Diallo, Abel Bamouni, Claudine Lougue Sorgho, Rabiou Cisse
Open Journal of Medical Imaging (OJMI) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/ojmi.2018.83011
Abstract: Objective: To determine the diagnostic contribution of breast microbiopsy percutaneously under ultrasound guidance. Methodology: Retrospective descriptive study conducted from January 2014 to October 2017. The included patients had an ultrasound-guided breast microbiopsy after a mammographic and ultrasound scan. The variables collected were gender, age, nodule size, ACR classification and anatomopathologic diagnosis. Results: 347 nodules were explored in 313 patients. There were 300 women (95.85%) and 13 men (4.15%), a gender ratio of 23.07. The average age was 44.64 ± 14.18 years. The average size of the nodules was 30.33 ± 19.58 mm. There were 53.89% ACR4 grade nodules, 48% ACR5 nodules and 32.28% ACR3 nodules. 86.49% of ACR3 nodules were benign and 97.92% of ACR5 nodules were actually malignant. Malignant tumors accounted for 50.29% of the nodules and were dominated by invasive
Quand le lait devient enjeu social : le cas de la société peule dans le Séno (Burkina Faso)
Madina Querre
Anthropology of Food , 2003,
Abstract: L’intérêt pour le lait en tant que sujet de recherche est issu, ici, de questionnements autour de l’allaitement en tant que facteur de transmission du VIH. En effet, la transmission du VIH par l’allaitement représente un important problème de santé publique dans les pays du Sud. La mise en place des programmes de prévention reste un problème complexe qui touche divers domaines dont une partie concerne directement notre discipline, étant d’ordre social et culturel. Les perceptions qui valorisent l’allaitement maternel sont très ancrées dans la plupart des cultures tradi-tionnelles , mettant en valeur celles du lait. Le lait prend en effet dans la société peule une valeur qui va au-delà de la simple question de l’allaitement, étant présent au c ur même de la structure socio-économique. C’est cet aspect qui constituera le propos de cet article.Le terme Kossam, qui désigne le lait, signifie ce qui est meilleur . A la base de l’organisation socio-économique peule, son exploitation révèle une originalité particulière concernant les femmes : c’est le lait qui donne aux femmes la possibilité d’une émancipation sociale et économique. En effet, tel que cela sera développé dans cet article, le lait de vache est la propriété de la femme dès l’instant où elle est mariée ; elle peut alors en disposer selon ses intérêts pour la consommation et/ou la commercialisation. Elle peut donc avoir une certaine marge de liberté dans ses actions sans être sous la tutelle complète de son époux. Le fait même qu’elle en soit propriétaire fait référence à un fonctionnement et à une représentation sociale spécifiques.Le lait et sa productrice, la vache, sont au c ur du fonctionnement socio-économique peul. Le lait est considéré comme étant à la base de l’alimentation ; même si dans les faits l’alimentation est aussi organisée autour du mil. Aussi, envisager le rendement de lait implique nécessairement une référence à sa productrice : la vache. Ici déjà, la question de genre est introduite. L’entretien du troupeau est la fonction de l’homme, tandis que l’exploitation du lait revient à la femme. Or cette fonction d’exploitation du lait assoit dans le même temps une liberté économique de la femme qui en est la propriétaire. Enfin cet article montre le pouvoir symbolique et social donné à la femme, affirmé par le lait maternel. Celui-ci est le vecteur des plus grandes qualités nécessaires à un bon peul , mais peut aussi devenir la voie de transmission de pouvoirs maléfiques. Ma tresse du pouvoir lacté, la femme en hérite d’un statut particulier propre à la société peule. When
Annie Hubert et la recherche contre le cancer
Christophe Perrey,Madina Querre
Anthropologie & Santé : Revue Internationale Francophone d'Anthropologie de la Santé , 2011, DOI: 10.4000/anthropologiesante.684
Abstract: Annie Hubert s’est éteinte le 11 juin 2010. Ironie du sort, elle a été emportée par la maladie à laquelle elle a consacré une grande partie de sa vie professionnelle : le cancer. Nous tenons ici à lui rendre hommage parce qu’Annie était à la fois une anthropologue à la personnalité très attachante, mais aussi une pionnière, une femme qui a su ouvrir de nouvelles voies dans le champ de l’anthropologie médicale fran aise tout en développant simultanément de solides travaux dans le champ de l’an...
Specific Character of Linguistic Personality Development in Mono- and Poly-ethnic Environment (the Kabardino-Balkarian Republic Case Study)
Madina B. Bezrokova
European Researcher , 2013,
Abstract: This article generalizes the results of sociolinguistic poll, conducted in the Kabardino-Balkarian Republic, which enabled to determine the features of linguistic personality development in mono- and poly-ethnic environment. Linguistic personality development is affected by many linguistic and extra-linguistic factors, playing significant role in the process of his/her formation. These include primary extra-linguistic factors, such as sex, age, place of residence and place of birth, ethnicity, social status, family and secondary factors, such as educational institution, communication environment, etc. These factors, along with the linguistic factors, play significant role in the linguistic personality preparedness for verbal and cogitative activity.
Problems of Applying the Individual Differentiated Approach in Teaching English
Madina Zh. Tussupbekova
European Researcher , 2011,
Abstract: The transformation into the new multilevel system of higher education in Kazakhstan needs changing and introduction with Individual differentiated approach in teaching English. The goal and task of teaching English in the higher institutions is the practical acquiring colloquial and professional ways of speaking for active using as in real and professional conversation.
Control of cell cycle entry and exiting from the second mitotic wave in the Drosophila developing eye
Madina J Sukhanova, Wei Du
BMC Developmental Biology , 2008, DOI: 10.1186/1471-213x-8-7
Abstract: We demonstrate here that Cyclin E-dependent kinase activity is required for S phase entry in SMW. We show that removal of Su(H), a key transcription factor downstream of Notch signaling, blocks G1/S transition in SMW with strong upregulation of the Cyclin E/Cdk2 inhibitor Dacapo (Dap). We further show that the upregulation of Dap, which is mediated by bHLH protein Daughterless (Da), is important for cell cycle arrest of Su(H) mutant cells in SMW. Finally we show that removal of Dap leads to additional cell proliferation and an accumulation of the non-photoreceptor cells in the Drosophila developing eye.Our data demonstrate that Cyclin E/Cdk2 kinase activity is absolutely required for S phase in SMW, and that Dap is required for the proper cell cycle arrest of cells exiting the SMW. In addition, our results suggest that the G1 arrest of notch and Su(H) mutant cells in the SMW are regulated by distinct mechanisms, and that the upregulation of Dap contributes the G1 arrest of Su(H) mutant cells.Although cell cycle regulation is well characterized in single cell organisms or in tissue culture settings, much less is known about the control of cell proliferation during the development of multicellular organisms, in particular how developmental signals are connected to the cell cycle machinery to coordinate cell proliferation with differentiation. The Drosophila developing eye is an excellent model system that has been extensively used to dissect the developmental control of cell proliferation.The Drosophila compound eye is composed of about 800 repeating units, or ommatidia. Each ommatidium contains eight photoreceptor cells (R1–8), surrounded by bristle, cone and pigment cells. Photoreceptor differentiation begins during the last larval instar within the morphogenetic furrow (MF). During eye development, the MF sweeps across the eye disc from posterior to anterior. All of the cells in the MF and immediately anterior to the MF arrest in G1 [1,2]. Cells that emerge from th
CN molecule collisions with H+ at a wide range of astrophysical energies
Madina R. Sultanova,Dennis Guster
Physics , 2012,
Abstract: We analyze the quantum-mechanical rotational excitation/de-excitation spectrum and cross sections of CN molecules during low and high-energy collisions with protons, H+. The problem is of significant importance in astrophysics of the early Universe, specifically connected with the problems of cosmic microwave background (CMB) radiation. A quantum-mechanical close-coupling method is applied in this work. The cyanide molecule (CN) is treated as a rigid rotor, i.e. the distance between the carbon and nitrogen atoms is fixed at an average equilibrium value. The new results of the excitation/de-excitation cross-sections and corresponding thermal rate coefficients are compared with the results of few previous calculations performed on the basis of few approximate semiclassical frameworks. The interaction potential between CN and H+ is taken in the following form: proton induced polarization potential + proton-dipole potential + proton-quadrupole potential.
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