Habib Bouthour

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BACKGROUND Congenital broncho-pulmonary malformations (CBM) are rare, essentially presented by congenital lobar emphysema, bronchogenic cysts, pulmonary sequestrations and cystic adenomatoid malformations. The diagnosis can be in prenatal. In postnatal, symptoms are variable. Radiological investigations lead to diagnosis in all cases. AIM To study the(More)
BACKGROUND Alimentary tract duplications (ATDs) are a rare condition in children, characterised by a large pathogenic, clinical, and histological polymorphism. Surgical observation and pathologic evaluation of the resected specimens are the only way to confirm the diagnosis. In this study, we want to analyse the anatomical, clinical and therapeutic aspects(More)
Rhabdoid tumor of the kidney is a rare pediatric malignancy arising most of the time before the age of two years. The diagnosis is generally difficult. The treatment is not well codified and the forecast remains very dark in spite of the progress of the pediatric oncology. We report a new case of rhabdoid renal tumor diagnosed prenatally and we specify our(More)
BACKGROUND Peptic oesophageal stricture (PES) is a serious complication of gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) in childhood. The treatment of PES is still controversial, ranging from simple oesophageal dilations to resection/anastomosis of the stenotic portion of the oesophagus. In this study, we want to share our experience with 11 children with GERD(More)
BACKGROUND Duodenum duplications are uncommon congenital anomalies. Most symptomatic cases are diagnosed in childhood and usually present with obstructive or bleeding symptoms. Acute pancreatitis is rarely attributed to these cysts. AIM To report a new case of duodenum duplication revealed by acute pancreatitis. CASE REPORT This 3 year old child(More)
BACKGROUND Wandering spleen is a rare entity in child. It is generated by laxity or failure of development of spleen ligaments causing the migration of the spleen from its normal anatomical site to another abdominal or pelvic location. It can be congenital or acquired. The most dangerous complication is the occurrence of torsion of the spleen around its(More)
Urolithiasis is uncommon in children. This is a recurrent disease with severe evolution, which can lead to chronic renal failure. The management is multidisciplinary. Despite the innovation of new minimally invasive techniques, conventional surgery in our country remains the reference treatment. We bring our experience in the diagnostic and therapeutic(More)
The posterior urethral valves (PUV) realized a low urinary obstruction associated with the persistence of a mucosal fold under the veru montanum. It is the first cause of subvesical obstacle of the child. It is also the most serious obstructive uropathy [1], with a significant risk of renal failure (25 to 40% of cases), sometimes requiring kidney(More)
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