Wahiba Guenifi

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PURPOSE Brucellosis is a major ubiquitous zoonosis transmitted from livestock to humans. It is a public health problem in developing countries. Between 2003 and 2005, the incidence of brucellosis in Algeria showed a 181% increase from 8.79 to 24.71. Between 2005 and 2007, the incidence remained almost stable. The estimated mean incidence of neurobrucellosis(More)
Results Out of 266 patients, 65% were male, the mean age was 37 years and the most frequent route of transmission was heterosexual (86%). 60 % were admitted with obvious clinical signs and symptoms, whereas 40% were asymptomatic, and they were diagnosed through screens or check-up tests. The most frequent clinical symptoms on first admission were oral(More)
Patient We report a patient of 43 years old followed for HIV + hypothyroidism who presented for 8 months multiple purplish nodules scattered all the body but especially in the left lower limb or there is a large ulcerated a budding and painful nodule the upper part of the inner side of the left thigh associated with lymphedema of the lower limb all(More)
Hepatitis A, a waterborne disease associated with fecal contamination, remains the most common acute hepatitis worldwide. Generally considered to be a disease affecting children living in poor sanitary conditions, hepatitis A affects the adult population if hygiene improves. Studies conducted during the 1980s ranked Algeria as a highly endemic area. Thirty(More)
Cerebral venous thrombosis is a rare disease characterized by its clinical polymorphism and multiplicity of risk factors. Infections represent less than 10% of etiologies. Tuberculosis is not a common etiology, only a few observations are published in the literature. Between January 2005 and March 2015, 61 patients were hospitalized for neuro-meningeal(More)
Results In 12 patients hospitalized for neurological disorders, four cases of meningitis, cryptococcal (02 men and 02 women) have been diagnosed. The average age of our patients is 45 years; the HIV contamination was sexual in 100% cases. The NJC was the fact of discovery of the HIV infection in 01 case. All our patients had clinical events ranking stage C,(More)
Introduction: Prior studies in Brazil have shown that the group of men who have sex with men (MSM) is the most severely affected by HIV. In 2015, a multi-disciplinary team launched a community-wide intervention in the city of Curitiba to evaluate the acceptability, uptake and cost-effectiveness of multiple HIV testing services (HTS). The current study aims(More)
Results The HIV epidemic started in SETIF in 1986 with the first diagnosed AIDS cases. The number of cases slowly but steadily increased, to reach, by 2009, 152 cases. The median age of infected persons was 39,77 years. 40.8% were WOMEN; The most frequent mode of transmission is sexual (76,9% of all cases; with mainly heterosexual transmission 77.9 percnt;(More)
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