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Hydatidose primitive et étendue de la cuisse : aspect radiologique inhabituel
La localisation aux parties molles de la maladie hydatique est rare (5 %) malgre son caractere endemique dans certains pays et sa distribution ubiquitaire. Son evolution lente et silencieuse, souventExpand
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Dynamics of sahelian pastures in relation to drought and grazing
SummaryThe dynamics of the vegetation were studied in the transition zone from the savannah to the Sahel in order to distinguish between the influence of the recent drought and the influence ofExpand
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Dynamique de la strate herbacee des paturages de la zone sud-sahelienne
The present state of the Sahelian rangelands and their overexploitation requires control of their use and the development of other management practices. This is the more so, because of theExpand
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Forage is an almost uncontrolled factor in the cattle raising systems of the Sahel. Its availability varies widely throughout the year and from year to year. The principal driving forces behind theExpand
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Tuberculose épididymaire à propos d'un cas avec aspect particulier en échodoppler couleurTuberculous epididymitis with particular color doppler ultrasound findings: a case report
Isolated tuberculous epididymitis is a rare entity. Because of the increase of this pathology, tuberculosis should be considered in the differential diagnosis of a scrotal swelling even in theExpand
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Hydatidose vertébro-médullaire cervicale étendue au rétropharynx : à propos d’une observation
Resume L’hydatidose interesse l’os dans 0,5 a 2 % des cas, dont 44 % de localisations au niveau rachidien. L’etage cervical est la moins frequente des localisations rachidiennes. Cette atteinte estExpand
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[Primary extensive hydatidosis of the thigh: unusual radiological aspects].
Soft tissue involvement by hydatid disease remains unusual (5%) even in endemic areas. Patients typically present late because disease progression is slow and often asymptomatic. The authors reportExpand
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