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Boufettal M, Mahfoud M, Ismael F, Kharmaz M, Bardouni AE, Berrada MS, Yaacoubi ME. Pan. Afr. Med. J. 2015; 22: e183.

Vernacular Title

Plaies des membres par agression: analyse de 245 dossiers.


Clinique Universitaire de Traumatologie Orthopédie, Centre Hospitalier Universitaire Avicenne, Faculté de Médecine, Université Mohammed V, Rabat, Maroc.


(Copyright © 2015, African Field Epidemiology Network)









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English abstract:
This is a retrospective, analytical, single center within the scope of an epidemiological study over a period of three years (2010 to 2012) during which we reviewed the records of 245 patients victims of violence and assault. We excluded single lesions treated as outpatients. Therefore, we are limited to cases of injuries that required specialized care in the operating room. The objectives of our study were to know the frequency of attacks in the trauma unit of the University Hospital of Rabat, classify different types of lesions, assess their severity, shed light on the most affected populations and finally show the different procedures for taking therapeutic load.

Language: fr

Vernacular Abstract

Il s’agit d’une étuderétrospective, analytique, monocentrique rentrant dans le cadre d’une étude épidémiologique s’étalant sur une période de trois années (de 2010 à 2012) durant laquelle nous avons revu les dossiers de 245 patients victimes de violence et d’agression. Nous avons exclu les lésions simples traitées en ambulatoire. Par conséquent, nous nous sommes limités aux cas de blessures ayant nécessité une prise en charge spécialisée au bloc opératoire. Les objectifs de notre travail étaient de connaitre la fréquence des agressions au service de traumatologie du CHU de Rabat, classer les différents types de lésions, évaluer leur gravité, mettre la lumière sur les populations les plus touchées et enfin montrer les différentes modalités de prise en charge thérapeutiques.


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