Daouda Dougoumalé Cissé

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Most studies about the higher-order dimensions to be considered in order to parsimoniously describe Personality Disorders (PDs) have identified between two and four factors but there is still no consensus about their exact number. In this context, the cultural stability of these structures might be a criterion to be considered. The aim of this study was to(More)
The effects of different cereal precooking process (roasting and extrusion cooking) on iron availability and protein digestibility of four African weaning foods were investigated using in vitro methods. In two weaning foods based on pearl millet, cowpea and peanut, the cereal was extruded (A) or roasted (B). In two other weaning foods having a similar(More)
Rankings of countries on mean levels of self-reported Conscientiousness continue to puzzle researchers. Based on the hypothesis that cross-cultural differences in the tendency to prefer extreme response categories of ordinal rating scales over moderate categories can influence the comparability of self-reports, this study investigated possible effects of(More)
  • D Faye, C M Lo, +6 authors A Dia
  • 2008
Wrestling is a sport that is deeply-rooted in Senegalese cultural values. It is a popular sport that comes from local traditions but that has been influenced by boxing. This influence has made wrestling evolve to include the practice of boxing without gloves. Howeve, this practice causes many traumas in the mouth and teeth. The general objective of this(More)
Chronology and eruption dates of primary teeth are parameters of importance in different medical scientific fields. We carried a longitudinal clinical study to determine these parameters in a local Senegalese population. The study interests a sample of 573 Senegalese Negro children of the two sexes and its aims are to situate these parameters formally and(More)
BACKGROUND Necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis is the most common clinical syndrome preceding noma. It is found in developing countries and in malnourished children and especially in deprived groups such as children at Koranic boarding schools. The objective of this study was to determine the prevalence of necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis and factors(More)
Ranked 4th global scourge behind cancer, cardiovascular diseases and AIDS, tooth decay is an infectious post eruptive disease, which remains worrying. In children, it involves eating, sleeping and behaviour disorders. Thus, we conducted a descriptive cross-sectional study, on children in toddler's small dwelling of Dakar area. The objective was to determine(More)
Tea drinking after meals is a traditional practice in Senegal where more than 80% of the population from 15 to 60 years old drink tea. According to the tradition, in one session, each tea consumer has to drink 3 cups of decocted tea. The content of a cup is about 30 ml of liquid. Some people drink tea three times daily, that is to say after each meal. Tea(More)
Oral diseases, mainly tooth decay and periodontal disease, are among the most common conditions in the world. The tooth decay is very prevalent in developing countries and particularly in disadvantaged backgrounds where insecurity and its corollaries prevail. Thus, our study focused on one of these places: the prisons, characterized by deprivation of(More)
To assess needs of treatment and determine the prevalence of dental decay among students who lived officially in halls of residence in Dakar, a cross-sectional survey from a two-staged sampling was conducted. The following results were obtained: Three hundred and thirty students (78%) had at least one dental decay and among whom 72% presented teeth to fill(More)