Rachid Aboutaieb

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OBJECTIVE Evaluation of the use of defunctionalized bladder in renal transplantation, concerning surgical complications. METHODS In order to assess the complication rate of ureteral reimplantation in long-term defunctionalized bladder, we compared 20 patients on haemodialysis for more than 15 years (group I) with another 20 patients on haemodialysis for(More)
In spite of the contribution of the new techniques of radiology and the use of new antibiotics, the diagnosis of perinephric abscess remains difficult and late and is at the origin of high morbidity and mortality. 75 cases of perinephric abscess collected during 15 years are reviewed. We studied the etiopathogenic, diagnostic, bacteriologic and therapeutic(More)
Peritonitis after spontaneous rupture of pyonephrosis into the peritoneal cavity is a rare complication, usually diagnosed intraoperatively. We report a case of a woman presenting with left lumbar pain and fever during pregnancy. On admission, ultrasonography showed a pregnancy with fetal activity for 16 weeks, and pyonephrosis in the left kidney, but on a(More)
Buske-Lowenstein tumour (BLT) is a giant condyloma acuminata characterized by a potential for malignant transformation and invasion and recurrence after treatment. It is a rare viral disease, essentially transmitted by sexual intercourse. The objective of this study was to evaluate the epidemiology, clinical features, classification and prognosis of this(More)
A retrospectively series of six patients with non-specific granulomatous prostatitis is reported. The diagnosis was revealed by the histological examination trans-urethral resection or enucleated prostatique. Only histological examination is able to established the definitive diagnosis. This study and a review of literature permitted us to notice the(More)
Diffuse xanthogranulomatous pyelonephritis is a rare chronic pyelonephritis. This study permitted us to notice the various histological, clinical, radiological, and the different means diagnoses of this affection. Retrospectively series of nine patients is reported. The median age was 43 years. The commonest clinical presentation was urinary tract(More)
The male urethral diverticulum is a rare affection. The authors report one case of congenital urethral diverticulum. The diagnosis was approved by clinical examination and urethrocystography. Treatment was based by resection of the diverticulum and urethrography. On the basis of this case, the authors discuss the incidence, diagnosis and therapeutic aspects(More)
Lymphocele is a possible postoperative complication of renal transplantation and its treatment is still controversial. Over a 3-year period (January 1992 to December 1993), 7 patients with a complicated lymphocele were treated by various modalities. Puncture-drainage was used in 7 cases, Povidone sclerotherapy was performed in 4 cases and internal drainage(More)