Journal of Surgery

Volume 12, Issue 3, June 2024

  • Case Report

    A Busoga Hernia: A Rare Case Report in India

    Raj Ranjan Kumar*

    Issue: Volume 12, Issue 3, June 2024
    Pages: 71-74
    Received: 31 March 2024
    Accepted: 6 May 2024
    Published: 24 May 2024
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    Abstract: Inguinal hernia stands as a prevalent surgical concern, often addressed either through elective procedures or as emergencies by surgeons. The indirect hernia has high propensity to bowel obstruction due to narrow constrictive ring. Direct hernia is comparatively safe from complications owing to the larger defect. Busoga hernia (BH), alternatively r... Show More
  • Research Article

    Colorectal Cancer: Epidemiological Profile and Management at Conakry University Hospital (Guinea)

    Oulare Ibrahima, Traore Bakary, Cisse Aoly, Youla Alpha Mohamed, Kourouma Mohamed 1, Soumaoro Labilé Togba*, Fofana x Labilé, Toure Aboubacar

    Issue: Volume 12, Issue 3, June 2024
    Pages: 75-78
    Received: 22 March 2024
    Accepted: 15 May 2024
    Published: 30 May 2024
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    Abstract: Background: the incidence of colorectal cancer is increasing in African countries, but remains poorly elucidated. The aim of this study was to determine the epidemiological profile and the management of colorectal cancer in Conakry university hospital. Patients and Method: This was a 5-year retrospective descriptive study from January 2015 to Decem... Show More
  • Research Article

    Ileal Evisceration Per Vaginum: A Serious Complication of Clandestine Abortions

    Camara Mamadouba*, Traoré Adama, Camara Mamadou, Cissé Fodé

    Issue: Volume 12, Issue 3, June 2024
    Pages: 79-82
    Received: 13 April 2024
    Accepted: 13 May 2024
    Published: 30 May 2024
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    Abstract: Per vaginum evisceration through uterine perforation is a rare but potentially serious complication of clandestine abortion. early diagnosis and aggressive volume resuscitation enable major surgical management and reduce patient mortality. Serious complications include haemorrhage, infection and damage to surrounding organs (intestinal, urological)... Show More