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Strokes is a public health problem due to their direct annual costs relating to hospital care, related fees and their indirect annual costs linked to the consequences of remaining disability. Stroke is one of the leading causes of morbidity and mortality worldwide. Therefore, epidemiological studies in different parts of the world are needed. The overall(More)
This retrospective study concerns six cases of gravido-puerperal cardiomyopathy. These six cases account for 18% of all cases of non-obstructive cardiomyopathy (NOCM) affecting women in general and 67% of NOCM in women of childbearing age. Mean age was 28.5 with a range of 18 to 39. Reported risk factors include poor socio-economic conditions, multiparity,(More)
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