G.D. Solofomalala's research while affiliated with University of Antananarivo and other places

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The rarity of genital tuberculosis and the non-specificity of its manifestations lead to delayed diagnosis and the need to treat this disease at an advanced stage. We report two cases observed and treated at the Fianarantsoa Teaching Hospital: two young women (aged 22 and 33 years) discovered during work-ups for primary infertility and secondary am...
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Post-term pregnancy in the broad ligament is rarely described in the literature. A 33-year-old woman, grava 2 para 1, not followed-up during gestation was admitted at 44 weeks of gestation. The fetus was dead and in transversal position, as shown by ultrasound. A cesarean section was performed and the fetus was extracted from the right broad ligame...
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Cervical cancer is the first gynecological cancer among African women in terms of frequency and mortality. This cancer is easily accessible to prevention by human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination and screening by pap smears combined or not with HPV test. In Fianarantsoa, Madagascar, screening methods have been available since 2010. Objectives of th...
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Post-term pregnancy in the broad ligament is rarely described in the literature. A 33-year-old woman, grava 2 para 1, not followed-up during gestation was admitted at 44 weeks of gestation. The fetus was dead and in transversal position, as shown by ultrasound. A cesarean section was performed and the fetus was extracted from the right broad ligame...
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Résumé Objectif. Déterminer les issues du traitement de la tuberculose au service de Pneumo-phtisiologie du Centre Hospitalier Universitaire (CHU) de Fianarantsoa Madagascar. Méthode. Etude rétrospective descriptive des dossiers médicaux des tuberculeux toutes formes confondues, plus de 15 ans, hospitalisés et suivis dans le service de Pneumo-phtis...

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... The patient was not followed up during gestation and presented to the hospital at the 44th week. The fetus was dead in transversal position and was extracted from the right broad ligament by laparotomy [41]. This case showed that a broad ligament pregnancy can reach term without any serious symptoms. ...