Naima Bahechar

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A retrospective epidemiological study is reported concerning burn injuries in 775 children hospitalized at the unit of burn care of Casablanca between 1985 and 1993. The mean age was 3 years and 8 months; 69.9 per cent of the patients were below 5 years old. The male to female ratio was 1.43 to 1.0. The most common agents were scalding liquids (69.1 per(More)
OBJECTIVE Cancer of the lips is a frequent pathology, it represents 1/5 of cancers of the upper aerodigestive tract. Its objectives are to present the experience of the plastic and reconstructive surgery unit of the universitary hospital of Casablanca. MATERIAL AND METHOD The authors present a retrospective study about 100 cases of lips cancer treated(More)
The author report twenty one cases of tissue reconstruction defects secondary to necrotizing cellulitis of perineum and external genital organs, treated at the burns and plastic surgery unit of CHU Ibn Rochd of Casablanca, between 1992 and 1994. Depending on the extent of the defect, the techniques used were gracilis musculocutaneous flap in 8 cases, thigh(More)
Through a study of 54 cases of malignant transformation on burn's scar, collected during a period of 8 years, the authors underline the particularities of this tumor, reported at the literature such as the preponderance of spinocellular carcinoma as histological type, the high rate of lymphatic metastasis and recurrence, and also the poor prognosis. In(More)
Diagnostic difficulties in 44 cases of tuberculosis of hip are emphasized and the serious nature of sequelae stressed. A definite diagnosis (cytology positive for Kochs bacillus, positive biopsy) was possible in only 18 cases, presumption of the nature of the affection in the other cases depending on clinical, radiologic and biologic arguments and failure(More)
Through a study of 30 clinical cases, collected at the service center of plastic surgery and burns in Averroes University hospital at Casablanca, the authors underline the interest of using preputial skin as full-thickness skin graft for the treatment of burns and their sequelaes in non-circumcised boys, whose age ranged from one to four years. At this age,(More)
INTRODUCTION: Diabetes (DM) and chronic renal disease (CRD) are epidemic diseases with increasing prevalence. Wounds due to microangiopathy and macroangiopathy tend to heal slowly which can lead to severe morbidites such as amputations. High flap failure rates reported in the reconstruction of these wounds. Studies have shown increased flap viability by(More)
18 patients have been subject to irrigation-drainage of the residual cavity after a treatment of hydatic cyst of the liver. This technic of drainage has been indicated in the most serious forms where the treatment of the residual cavity if difficult or impossible. The post-operative courses were satisfying in 17 cases. One decease has no relation with the(More)
Flame deriving from paint thinner is not a rare cause of burns in Morocco and we thus considered it useful to conduct an epidemiological survey of paint thinner flame burns (PTFB) in the National Burns Centre (NBC) in the Ibn-Rochd University Hospital Centre in Casablanca, Morocco. The research covered the 10-month period from September 2007 to June(More)
Syringocystadenocarcinoma papilliferum (SCAP) is rare. We describe a 55-year-old man with a partially eroded lesion on the trunk that developed over one year. Histopathological examination revealed syringocystadenoma papilliferum. A wide excision was performed to remove the tumor. The patient has been well without relapse or metastasis for 8 months.