Denis Nkemayim

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We report on a series of 146 cases of vaginal delivery after previous Caesarean section conducted between 1993 and 2002 at the University Teaching Hospital, Yaounde (Cameroon). During the period under review 945 cases of Caesarean section were done out of a total of 9 439 deliveries (10 %). Delivery was spontaneous in 141 cases whereas in 5 cases it was(More)
Conjoined twins represent one of the rarest forms of congenital abnormalities. We present a case of conjoined twins delivered at born in the Yaounde Gynaeco-Obstetric and Pediatric Hospital in Cameroon. They were joined at the chest and abdomen, and had one functional heart. The outcome was fatal on the seventh day of life, despite appropriate reanimation(More)
Semen analysis constitutes the most important investigation of male infertility. However, the true anomalies present in defective sperm cells have been only partially characterized. The integrity of the sperm chromatin may play the most important role, particularly in ICSI, where most of the natural selection mechanisms are bypassed. This study was carried(More)
A case is presented of pregnancy and delivery of triplets following intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) therapy. Although the outcome was satisfactory, with the birth of normal children free from any malformation, most of the obstetric and particularly the neonatal complications that can be associated with this therapy are illustrated in this case. In(More)
Reports about uterine rupture in pregnancy subsequent to previous laparoscopic surgery are not frequent. This may be due to the lack of long term follow up of patients who had undergone this surgery rather than the rarity of this complication. A case of uterine rupture subsequent to laparoscopic myomec- tomy is reported. An increasing rate of the occurrence(More)
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