Sangaré Abdoulaye

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Buruli ulcer is a chronic and infectious skin disease, caused by Mycobacterium ulcerans. It leads to large skin ulceration and sometimes bone infection which is responsible for deformities. Here, we report a case of multifocal form of Buruli ulcer associated with secondary infection in a 46-year-old human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) positive woman. The(More)
Due to the recent establishment of the emergencies Units in Black Africa, their epidemiological aspects are not well known. Our aims was to describe the epidemiology of this desease in Togo. Through a retrospective analysis we study over a period of 42 mouths. From January first, 2001 to June 30th, 2004. It was carried out exclusively at CHU-Campus, the(More)
Objective. The usual preferential site of BU is in the limbs. In our experience, we noticed atypical and often misleading sites which pose serious issues for the diagnosis and often for the treatment. Methods. This is a retrospective study conducted over a period of ten years of BU treatment at the Department of Dermatology of the University Teaching(More)
Objectives: To document patients who died in Dermatology Department at University Teaching Hospital (UTH) of Treichville; describe epidemiological aspects; indicate the various dermatological diseases associated; specify the immediate causes; identify the determinants. Materials and Methods: This was a cross-sectional study with descriptive and analytical(More)
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