- Occipital lobe epilepsy secondary to posterior reversible encephalopathy syndrome (PRES) during a post-partum eclampsia in Mali (West Africa)Maïga Youssoufa
Neurology Department, CHU Gabriel Toure, Bamako, Mali and Faculty of Medicine pharmacy and Odonto stomatology, University of Bamako, Bamako, Mali
BMC Res Notes 6:321. 2013..In spite the magnitude of these lesions, post eclamptic symptomatic epilepsy is rare. We therefore report a case of symptomatic occipital lobe epilepsy secondary to PRES...
- [Neuropathic pain during tuberculosis treatment in Bamako (Mali)]Y Maiga
Service de Neurologie, CHU de Gabriel Touré, Bamako, Mali
Med Sante Trop 22:312-6. 2012..The aim of this study was to investigate neuropathic pain due to antituberculosis drugs in patients without HIV infection...
- [Knowledge about epilepsy and practices of sick children's parents in Mali: a community study]Y Maiga
Service de Neurologie, CHU Gabriel Toure BP 267, Bamako, Mali
Mali Med 26:30-3. 2011..The fight against epilepsy in Mali as in the others countries of the third world should go through information and education of the population, in particular parents...
- [Impact of market place activity on the spread of STI/AIDS in Sikasso, Mali]Y Maiga
Service de Neurologie, CHU Gabriel Toure, Bamako, Mali
Med Trop (Mars) 70:65-9. 2010..Control strategies to fight against STI/AIDS could be improved by taking into account market place activity that is common in all localities of Mali and Africa...
- [Epilepsy and women's life: particularities of their management. Literature review]Y Maiga
Service de Neurologie, CHU Gabriel Toure BP, Bamako, Mali
Mali Med 25:1-9. 2010..A close collaboration between health practitioners (obstetricians and neurologists) and an awareness of health professionals are essential for a global care of pregnant epileptic women or at age to conceive...
- [Miliary tuberculosis in Mali during the decade 2000-2009]Y Toloba
Service de Pneumo phtisiologie, CHU du Point G, Bamako, Mali
Rev Pneumol Clin 68:17-22. 2012..001). The serology HIV was positive at 29 patients on 124 tested. Also, in areas with high prevalence TB/HIV, any miliary fever in the absence of other obvious etiologies should undertake without delay TB proper treatment...