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Pembet Singana Brice, Pembe Issamou Mayengue et al.
Molecular characterization of malaria parasites from different localities is important to improve understanding of acquisition of natural immunity to Plasmodium falciparum, to assist in identifying the most appropriate strategies for control and to evaluate the impact of control interventions. This study aimed to determine the genetic diversity an...Read more
Domaine: Epidemiology,Molecular Biology,Parasitology | 12 Apr 2019
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Sunday Oteikwu Ochigbo, et al. | 11 Apr 2019
Pan African Medical Journal. 11 Apr 2019; 32(179)
Early diagnosis and treatment of paediatric HIV is key as mortality of untreated patients is very high in the first two years of life, and reaches 80% by four years. Case finding efforts for children...Read more
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Francois-Xavier Mbopi-Keou, et al. | 22 Feb 2019
Pan African Medical Journal. 22 Feb 2019; 32(87)
This position paper is written in reference to the recent extensive media coverage of the report of the Independent Panel describing Harassment, Including Sexual Harassment, Bullying and Abuse of Powe...Read more
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Maurice Omondi Owiny, et al. | 26 Mar 2019
Pan African Medical Journal. 26 Mar 2019; 32(142)
Freshwater vector snails' distribution, infection with cercariae, preferred habitat and possible trematodiases transmission foci is not well known in Western Kenya. We sought to determine the distrib...Read more
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Moses Barasa, et al. | 21 Mar 2019
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Fine needle aspiration cytology (FNAC) findings are the basis upon which decision and type surgery is made. Therefore the diagnostic accuracy and utility of FNAC being such an integral tool in managem...Read more
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Epilepsy is one of the most prevalent neurological conditions for people of different age group, race, gender and socio-economic status in various nations, affecting 50 million people around the worl...Read more
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Nusirat Elelu, et al. | 18 Jan 2019
Pan African Medical Journal. 18 Jan 2019; 32(36)
Zoonotic diseases accounts for about 75% of emerging infectious disease and can be devastating to both human and animal health globally. A subset of zoonotic diseases is referred to as "neglected zoon...Read more
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Frédéric Nogbou Ello, et al. | 06 Dec 2018
Pan African Medical Journal. 06 Dec 2018; 31(224)
Chez les patients infectés par le VIH, la maladie thromboembolique est une complication dont le risque est accru. En Côte d'Ivoire, dans le service de référence de prise en ...Read more
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Bruce Wembulua Shinga, et al. | 10 Apr 2019
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La tuberculose intestinale représente 3 à 5% de toutes les localisations viscérales. Malgré l'efficacité démontrée des anti-tuberculeux, des cas d'exac...Read more
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