Cheick Abou Kounta Sidibé

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A serological survey to determine the prevalence of contagious bovine pleuropneumonia (CBPP) in Mali was carried out by using the competitive enzyme linked-immunosorbent test (c-ELISA) on 8007 serum samples systematically collected from 199 cattle herds collected throughout the whole country. Results showed a national prevalence of 18.11 % at the individual(More)
A Bayesian approach, allowing for conditional dependence between two tests was used to estimate without gold standard the sensitivities of complement fixation test (CFT) and competitive enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay test (cELISA) and the serological prevalence of CBPP in a cattle population of the Central Delta of the Niger River in Mali, where CBPP is(More)
Two cases with complete loss of the tooth-bearing portion of the mandible were repaired with a prosthesis. This type of defect can involve the loss of a large number of teeth and aggression to the remaining teeth must be limited as much as possible. A two-part "articulated" prosthesis with two rings appears to be the best adapted system. This method takes(More)
A retrospective study of mandibular resections performed from 1980 to 1984 was conducted to evaluate age, sex, aetiology, etc. The number of mandibular resections appears to have declined at the Institute of Stomatology and Maxillofacial Surgery of the Pitié-Salpêtrière Hospital. Different factors are involved included early diagnosis, improved surgical(More)
A prosthesis was implanted immediately after operation for a velo-palatal tissue defect in an active young female patient in order to avoid function, psychological and social complications involved with this mutilation. The three classical steps of the process were performed: immediate implantation of the prosthesis, temporary prosthesis, definitive(More)
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