Attallah A Mohamed

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AIM AND BACKGROUND Hepatitis B virus is implicated in the development of hepatocellular caracinoma. No oncogenes have been identified within the viral genome. Furthermore, it frequently fragments after integration into the hepatocyte genome. Simultaneous investigations of hepatitis B virus integration patterns and genetic changes in precancerous tissues are(More)
UNLABELLED Acute myeloid leukemia (AML) describes a heterogenous group of hematological disorders. Cytogenetic and molecular assays have allowed patients' follow up aiming for detection of minimal residual disease, prediction of patients' outcome, in addition to providing the rationale for designing novel molecular-targeted therapeutic strategies. Human(More)
From 1994 to 1999, 19 cases of laryngeal papillomatosis were observed. The sex-ratio M/F was 0.9 and the mean age 10 years. The motive for consulting was dyspnoea for 45% of the cases and in all these cases resulted in emergency tracheotomy. The only available means of intervention was peeling under general anaesthesia. An anatomopathological examination(More)
OBJECTIVE To investigate the relationship between HLA-DQB1 allele and susceptibility to beta-thalassemia in Guangxi Chinese Zhuang nationality. METHODS The polymorphism of the HLA-DQB1 loci in 64 randomly selected, unrelated Guangxi Zhuang individuals with beta-thalassemia was investigated by PCR-SSP. RESULTS Compared with normal controls, the frequency(More)
  • A A Mohamed
  • 1994
Over a period of 2 years, 12 cases of angiofibroma of the nasal fossae were observed in an otorhinolaryngology department in Bamako. The classical female sex bias attributed to this disorder which involved patients under 40 years of age in 10 cases was not found. Also in contrast with usual observations, the lesion was located in the septum in only one(More)
This work is the result of a retrospective study carried out over three months, from February to April 2002 in the ENT service of Gabriel Touré hospital of Bamako (Mali). The purpose of the study was to find out the prevalence of HIV/aids among ENT patients over the study period. Out of 691 patients, there were 19 cases of seropositivity (2.7%). These(More)
  • A A Mohamed
  • 1993
From the study of 20 cases of laryngo-tracheobronchitis foreign bodies, we found that the disease has a highest prevalence rate in children (90%). Male is slightly more concerned than female in a proportion of 55%. Among foreign bodies involved, those from vegetable origin are mostly found (75%). Laryngo-tracheobronchoscopy must be done in optimal(More)
OBJECTIVE Evaluate the risk brought by the traditional practice in the evolution of the foreign bodies of the aesophagus. CASE REPORT 30 years old male with migration from the oesophagus of a fish bone in soft tissue of the neck, which could have been favored by the traditional practice. The diagnosis of migration was suspected when a laterocervical mass(More)
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