Têtê Guédéhoussou

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Despite the important frequency of the gene "S" in Togo, essential information remains insufficient to elaborate a prevention campaign on this affection. In order to assess the knowledge on sickle cell diseases as well as the prevention practices in the Togo population in one of the five districts of the township of Lomé, a cross sectional study was(More)
Priapism is a common complication of sickle cell anemia. Two different patterns are described: acute priapism, a prolonged painful erection generally lasting more than 6 hours, and stuttering priapism, which consist of brief repeated self-resolving episodes. Until 1990, priapism in sickle-cell patients has relied on measures aimed at lowering blood(More)
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