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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.
Cushing Syndrome Revealing an Adrenocortical Carcinoma  [PDF]
Bintou Sanogo, Senkaye-Lagom Aimée Kissou, Zakari Nikiema, Makoura Barro, Djingri Lankouandé, Boubacar Nacro
Open Journal of Pediatrics (OJPed) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/ojped.2018.82011
Abstract: Adrenocortical carcinoma is a malignant tumor of the adrenal gland, very rare in pediatric pathology. Authors presented a pediatric case of adrenocortical carcinoma which showed neurology symptoms at 1st visit and Cushing syndrome secondarily. The patient received a ketoconazole-based treatment. The outcome was fatal before the surgical excision of the tumor, because of delayed diagnosis. Early diagnosis and multidisciplinary management of adrenocortical carcinoma could improve the prognosis in children.
Epidemiological and Clinical Study of Cardiac Diseases in the Pediatric Department of the University Hospital Gabriel Touré (UH GT), Bamako (Mali)  [PDF]
Maiga Belco, Ba Hamidou Oumar, Sacko Karamoko, Dembélé Adama, Sanogo Nouhoum, Cissé Mohamed Elmouloud, Togo Pierre, Diakité Abdoul Aziz, Dicko-Traoré Fatoumata, Sylla Mariam
World Journal of Cardiovascular Diseases (WJCD) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/wjcd.2018.87032
Abstract: Introduction: Children’s heart disease is a major public health problem in developing countries and especially in Mali. The purpose of our work was to determine frequency, different types of heart disease and their short term evolution in the pediatric department. Methods: We performed a retrospective study among children aged 0 to 15 years, hospitalized in the pediatric department from January to December 2015 and whose diagnosis was confirmed using trans-thoracic echocardiography. Results: We included 103 cases of heart disease out of a total of 8613 admissions in the pediatric department, giving an hospital prevalence of 1.2%. Mean age was 4.1 years (from 1 day to 15 years) and children under 5 years were the most affected with 73.80% of cases. Male predominance was noted (sex ratio = 1.2). Respiratory distress was the most common circumstance of discovery (93.20%). Cardiac murmur and tachycardia were the most common cardiac signs with respectively 88.35% and 83.50%. Congenital heart disease accounted for 70.87% and was dominated by ventricular septal defect (VSD) with 30.13%. Acquired heart disease (29.13% of the sample) was dominated by mitral regurgitation (MR) with 56.67%. Mortality rate was 31.9% for congenital heart disease and 11.1% for acquired heart disease. Conclusion: children’s heart disease is responsible for high mortality. Early detection improves the management of this pathology, which remains frequent.
Study of Factors Associated with Anemia among Women in Reproductive Age in Kolda (Senegal)  [PDF]
Tine Jean Augustin Diégane, Faye Adama, Diop Sophie, Niang Khadim, Bassoum Oumar, Leye Mamadou Moustapha Mbacke, Sougou Ndeye Mareme, Diongue Fatoumata Bintou, Diallo Amadou Ibra, Diongue Mayassine, Camara Maty Diagne, Dankoko Boubacar, Seck Ibrahima, Dia Anta Tal
Open Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology (OJOG) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/ojog.2018.87073
Abstract: Introduction: Anemia in women of reproductive age is a common health problem in the region of Kolda (Senegal). The objective of this research was to study the risk factors of anemia among women in reproductive age in Kolda (Senegal). Methodology: A cross-sectional, descriptive and analytical study of women in reproductive age and their households was conducted in the Kolda region between October and December 2015. This was a three-stage random sample survey. The data was collected during an individual interview. Logistic regression was used to identify the factors of this anemia. Results: In this study, 968 women of reproductive age were surveyed. The average age of women was 27 years with a standard deviation of 7.4 years. There were 10% of pregnant women, 36.3% of lactating women and 53.7% of women neither pregnant nor lactating. The average size of the households surveyed was 14 people and the 36.3% had an average economic level. The majority of households were equipped with traditional latrines (76.9%). Women were neither pregnant nor lactating in 53.7%, were uneducated in 70.7% and 81% used micronutrient-rich foods. The prevalence of anemic women was 55.2%. The factors associated with anemia in women in Kolda were the use of traditional latrines (ORa = 1.48 [1.0 - 2.1]), the woman’s pregnancy status (ORa = 5 [2.7 - 9.8]), non-education of the woman (ORa = 1.52 [1.1 - 2.0]), the existence of income-generating activity for the woman (ORa = 0.69 [0.5 - 0.9]), the processing of local products in the household (ORa = 0.5 [0.3 - 0.9]) and the use of at least one micronutrient rich food in the household (ORa = 0.73 [0.49 - 1.0]). Conclusion: The prevalence of anemia
Prevalence of HIV in Hospitalized Patients with Venous Thrombosis of the Lower Limbs to the Abidjan Cardiological Institute  [PDF]
Traore Fatoumata
World Journal of Cardiovascular Diseases (WJCD) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/wjcd.2017.712042
Abstract: Background: The diagnosis of deep vein thrombosis (DVT) requires an etiological research of HIV infection. The objective was to identify the characteristics of patients with DVT of limbs without other risk factors in our context. Methods: We performed a comparative retrospective study from January 2005 to December 2012. We identified 162 cases of patients hospitalized in Medicine Department of Institute of Cardiology of Abidjan with 124 HIV-negative and 38 HIV positive patients. Results: DVT is more common in HIV positive young patients (57.8 ± 15.6 years vs 39.3 ± 10.6 years, p = 0.0001). The traditional risk factors were found in HIV negative patients. HIV positive patients had no predisposing factor for thrombosis. The ankle-femoral popliteal location (29% vs 73.7% p = 0.05) was most frequent in HIV positive patients. There was no significant difference in anticoagulant therapy: UFH (60.5% vs 52.6%; p > 0.05), LMWH (20.2% vs 7.9%; p > 0.05), AVK relay (99.2% vs 100%; p > 0.05) and general measures (elevation MI). (70.2% vs 65.8%; p > 0.05). None of the patients in both groups had worn stockings in hospitalization. The stockings were prescribed on discharge (70% vs 64.7%; p
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.
Place of Otorhinolaryngological (ENT) Diseases in a 2nd Level Health Center: Case of the of Commune V (CSRéf CV) Reference Health Center of the District of Bamako  [PDF]
Djibril Samaké, Youssouf Sidibé, Sinaly Thiocary, Fatogoma Issa Koné, Youma Mamadou Ma?ga, Fatoumata Konaté, Yatemelou Dara, Kadidiatou Singaré, Abdoul Wahab Haidara, Adama Dembele, Djeneba Sacko, Mamadou Traoré, Boubacar Sanogo, Samba Karim Timbo, Mohamed Amadou Ké?ta, Alhousseini Ag Mohamed
International Journal of Otolaryngology and Head & Neck Surgery (IJOHNS) , 2019, DOI: 10.4236/ijohns.2019.83010
Abstract: Objective: Provide the place of ENT diseases at the Reference Health Center of the Commune V of Bamako. Materials and Method: A cross-sectional study using ENT medical assessment was carried out from January 2017 to December 2017 at the Reference Health Center of Commune V of Bamako’s District. Results: 1911 patients were included and that number represented 15.46% of all non-obstetrics medical consultations in the health center. The sex ratio was 0.83 for women (54.7%). The average age was 22 years old. Otologic diseases were 66.4% of the cases followed by nasal sinus cases (16.6%). Infectious and inflammatory diseases were 74.1% and were the main diagnosed diseases. The difficulties were mainly from technical platform. Conclusion: The diversity of these pathologies required a strong development or reinforcement of human and material resources capacities in of these structures for proximity care management.
R le potentiel des haies vives pour la gestion des nématodes sur les bassins versants de la zone soudano-sahélienne au Sénégal
Cadet, P.,Sanogo, D.
Tropicultura , 2007,
Abstract: Potential Role of Live Fences for Nematode Management on Watersheds in the Senegalese Sudano- Sahelian Area. The influence on the nematode communities of three type of live fences (Zizyphus mauritiana, Bauhinia rufescens and Acacia nilotica) was studied in Sinthiou Kohel, in the sudano-sahelian area of Senegal. Numbers of plant parasitic nematode were greater in the vicinity of the live hedge than in the adjacent fields. The effect was apparent to a depth of 40 cm and 2 to 8 m up and downhill. Fewer plant parasitic nematode were recovered from A. nilotica than from the two other plant species. The increase in size of the community was associated with an increase in species diversity, mainly in the Z. mauritiana rhizosphere. Live hedge supported nematode species that were not present in the adjacent fields. Free living nematodes were more abundant under the live fences, whatever the sampling depth. Live fences influenced these nematodes over almost 5 m downhill against only 2 to 3 m uphill. The importance of the live fences, established in this area to prevent erosion, is discussed in relation to their potential for the management of soil parasites and soil fertility factors, that can be transported in runoff water.
Effects of Pressurized Argon and Krypton Treatments on the Quality of Fresh White Mushroom (Agaricus bisporus)  [PDF]
Camel Lagnika, Min Zhang, Mohanad Bashari, Fatoumata Tounkara
Food and Nutrition Sciences (FNS) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/fns.2013.412153

Effects of argon, krypton and their mixed pressure treatments on the quality of white mushrooms were studied during 9 days of storage at 4℃. Among all treatments in this study, the minimum respiration rate, polyphenoloxidase activity, retained color change, antioxidants and delayed pseudomonas growth were observed with pressure argon (5 MPa) followed by mixing argon and krypton (2.5 MPa each) treatments. Respiration rates after 9 days of storage were 5.35%, 6.20%, 7.50%, 7.60%, 7.91% and 8.95% for HA5, HAK, HA2, HK5, HK2 and control, respectively. DPPH inhibition percentages of free radical for HA5, HAK, HK5, HA2, HK2 and control mushrooms were 28.03%, 25.24%, 24.96%, 21.87%, 20.56% and 19.06%, respectively, after 9 days of storage. The pressurized argon treatment was the most effective compared to pressurized krypton. Thus, application of pressurized argon and krypton treatments could extend the storage life of white mushrooms to 9 days at 4℃.

Hypertension (Htn) among Young People of 18 to 35 Years Old in Cardiology Department of Gabriel Toure University Teaching Hospital  [PDF]
Ichaka Menta, Hamidou O. Ba, Kassoum M. Sanogo
World Journal of Cardiovascular Diseases (WJCD) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/wjcd.2018.81002
Abstract: Few studies have been conducted on hypertension among youth in Malihence the interest of our study aimed to clarify certain aspects what are not taken account yet in previous studies.?Objective: Determine the clinical and para-clinical characteristics of hypertension among 18 to 35 years old young people.?Methods:?This cross-sectional and retrospective study of 24 months from January 1st, 2009 to December 31st, 2010in the cardiology department of the Gabriel Touré UTH.Results:?We identified 132 cases during the study period out of 2146 cases of hypertension with a prevalence of 6.1%. The female gender represented 81.8%, with a sex ratio of 45.59, 1% of patients had an unknown family history of hypertension. The age group of 31 to 35 years accounted for 43.9%. The circumstances of discovery were dominated by exertional dyspnea (37.9%). Body mass index was normal in 45.5% of patients. The higher BMI was more common in female patients with 39.39% (p?= 0.045). In the sample,53% of patients had a systolic blood pressure between 140and 159 mmHg and 38.6% had diastolic blood pressure ≥ 110 mmHg with no significant difference (p?> 0.5). The high creatinine level was found in 18.18% of our patients. The ECGfound
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