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The authors report a retrospective study of 105 observations of gestational trophoblastic diseases managed at the university clinic of obstetric gynecology I (Pr Chaoui). Of this study, one listed 72 cases of complete mole hydatiforme with 5 cases of sacrofetal pregnancy. The invasive mole is found in 4 cases and the choriocarcinoma in 24 cases. The general… (More)
INTRODUCTION Perinatal mortality rates have come down in cesarean sections, but fetal morbidity is still high in comparison to vaginal delivery and the complications are more commonly seen in emergency than in elective cesarean sections. The objective of the study was to compare the fetal outcome and the indications in elective versus emergency cesarean… (More)
INTRODUCTION The presence of schistocytes on the peripheral blood film during disseminated intravascular coagulation (DIC) remains controversial. METHODS We examined schistocytes count on blood films from 35 DIC patients and checked morphological anomalies of all RBCs. RESULTS Thirty of 35 patients presented with schistocytes and 22 with acanthocytes,… (More)
INTRODUCTION Primary malignant melanoma of the cervix is an extremely rare histological variety of cervical tumor, with only 54 cases reported. OBSERVATION A 70 year-old woman consulted for metrorrhagia and pelvic pain. Clinical examination revealed a tumefaction on the anterior labium of the cervix. The anatomo-pathological examination of the biopsy led… (More)
Tuberculosis rarely affects the breast. The authors report the case of a 50 years-old woman with breast tuberculosis. The main purpose of this case report is to remind clinicians of the unusual presentations of extrapulmonary tuberculosis that can easily be forgotten. Mammary tuberculosis presents a number of diagnostic pitfalls. Diagnosis is based on… (More)
Malignant schwannoma is a very rare sarcomatous tumor of unknown etiology. Primary mammary localization is exceptional. Clinically, the tumor manifests as an isolated painless nodule visualized as a benign nodule on standard radiogram. Positive diagnosis is provided by pathology. Treatment is surgical. The risk of local recurrence imposes a radical… (More)
Background: Neural tube defects have a considerable importance because they can be prevented by supplementing Folic acid & Vitamin B12 during periconceptional period and fortification of staple foods. In Morocco, the Ministry of Health launched a national program for fortification of flour with folic acid. Our goal should be to evaluate the prevalence of… (More)
We report a breast's angiosarcoma case admitted at the maternity hospital Souissi of Rabat in 1997. We discussed epidemiologic, diagnostic and therapeutic aspects of this type of tumor insisting on the difficulties of diagnosis.
Tuberculosis of the cervix of the uterus is a rare form of genital tuberculosis. The epidemiology does not have any particular specific feature; but the macroscopic appearance gives a first impression of a cancer. Only by carrying out a biopsy of the cervix, followed by study of the histology can the problem be solved so that longterm anti-tuberculous… (More)
Struma ovarii is a rare ovarian tumor composed entirely or in part of thyroid tissue. Pathogenesis is unclear. Diagnosis rests on the histologic study. A case is reported. Specific features of struma ovarii are discussed based on a review of the literature. The treatment is surgical and the outcome generally favorable.