K-D Azoumah

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BACKGROUND Oral propranolol produces dramatic results in severe infantile haemangioma. We report a case of rapid and significant regression of an infantile haemangioma in infant treated topically with 2% propranolol ointment. PATIENTS AND METHODS A female infant aged 11 weeks was seen as an outpatient for two infantile haemangiomas on the front of the(More)
AIM The purpose of this study is to screen the neonatal conjunctivitis in order to evaluate its incidence and especially to seek for the causative germs. PATIENTS AND METHODS We have realized cross-sectional study in three health centers of the prefecture of Kozah from March 24 to May 12, 2009. All the newborns followed in these centers are examined in(More)
PURPOSE To describe the distribution of the trachoma in the infantile population of Kara region. MATERIALS AND METHODS A descriptive cross sectional investigation has been achieved in 6 sanitary districts of Kara's region in November 2009. In each of the 2 villages of the sanitary area of every peripheral health unit (PHU), 15 schoolchildren aged of 6 to(More)
INTRODUCTION Tuberculosis (TB) remains one of the most lethal communicable diseases in the world, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). New strategies must be implemented to meet targets for 2035. OBJECTIVE Describe the epidemiological and therapeutic aspects of tuberculosis in children in Togo. MATERIALS AND METHODS This retrospective,(More)
OBJECTIVE To assess the glycemia of low-weight newborns (LWNBs) during their first 24h of life as well as their mother's glycemia. PATIENTS AND METHOD This was a cross-sectional prospective study within a case-control group, conducted at Lomé University Hospital (nationwide main hospital) from January to May 2006. One hundred thirty-nine LWNBs and 150(More)
Chylous ascites is rare in children. We report on a case of chylous ascites in an 1-month-old infant in Togo. The infant had been appropriately vaccinated, had normal growth and psychomotor development, and he was living in a rural area. He had fever that had started 3 months earlier and persisted despite various treatments with antimalarials and(More)