Saâd Bennani

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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)
Concerning one case of cyst developing from embryological remnants in the retro-rectal space, the characteristics of these rare tumors are reviewed. The congenital cysts group is formed by teratomas and developmental cysts. Often they are uncovered when they become septic or when they compress adjoining organs. Computed tomography scan has proved valuable(More)
The authors report a case of idiopathic renal arteriovenous fistula. The diagnosis was established angiographically in a 24 year old man presenting gross hematuria. Embolization of the fistula was performed. Efficiency of this treatment was appreciated clinically and by duplex renal ultrasonography. The characteristics of renal arteriovenous fistulas are(More)
The hydatid cyst of kidney is rare, it ranks third among all visceral localisations. The authors report a series of 90 cases renal hydatid cyst from 1972 to 2000. The middle age is 36 years with female predominance. Renal hydatid cyst often has a suggestive clinical presentation; flank mass in 84%, pain in 74% and sometimes a specific presentation hydaturia(More)
In this study, the case has been reported of a scrotal tumor in a 50-year old male admitted with a large warty lesion at the base of the scrotum which resembled a giant condyloma accuminatum (Buschk-Lowenstein tumor). The HIV serology was negative, but the papillomavirus findings were positive. A complete resection of the tumor was performed. The(More)
Despite the efficacy of new tuberculostatic agents, urogenital tuberculosis still constitutes a threat to renal function due to fibrosis secondary to healing of the lesions. The authors studied the place of corticosteroids, and endoscopic and percutaneous procedures in the treatment of 86 cases of urogenital tuberculosis. Corticosteroids were coprescribed(More)
Schistosomiasis due to Schistosoma intercalatumis common in Gabon and, since 1971, Schistosoma haematobium has been found in the south of the country. Genital involvement is infrequent: 0.8 per cent of gynecologic specimens sent to the pathology laboratory and ten of 622 fallopian tube specimens (1.5 per cent). We report an unusual clinical case with(More)
On the basis of a series of twenty-five cases of traumatic rupture of the corpus cavernosum and a review of literature, the characteristics of this rare affection are reviewed. This injury typically occurs in young adults. The most frequent mechanism is rough manipulation of the erect penis. Urethral injury is associated in 10 per cent of patients. The(More)
OBJECTIVE Our purpose was to study aetiopathogenic, diagnostic and therapeutic aspects of ureterovaginal fistulas. STUDY DESIGN A retrospective study concerned 17 ureterovaginal fistulas in 16 patients. The main causes were gyneacological and obstetrical procedures. The diagnosis was based on clinical considerations and intravenous pyelography in all(More)
The authors report a case of bilateral renal angiomyolipoma, associated with tuberous sclerosis revealed by abdominal pains, in a 30-year-old man. The diagnosis, suspected by the clinic and ultrasonography, is affirmed by CT scan. In light of this case, the authors review the features of this disease, the ambiguous character of angiomyolipoma, the prognosis(More)