GENITOURINARY MYIASIS CAUSED BY MUSCA DOMESTICA: REGARDING A SINGULARJournal: International Journal of Advanced Research (Vol.9, No. 10)
Publication Date: 2021-10-13
Authors : Fz. Lazrak L. Darfaoui M. Oujidi Y. Islah M. Sbai H. Rebahi A.R. El Adib R. Moutaj; E.El Mezouari;
Page : 444-449
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A 27-year-old woman from and resident in ourika(Marrakesh region â€“ Morocco) with a history of anemia under iron treatment, without a history of surgery, has G1 P1. Presented to the Mohamed VI University Hospital on day 21 post partum of a vaginal birth at home, the evolution was marked by the appearance of urinary incontinence treated in the emergency room by placing a catheter urinary on day 6 post partum then send to her home for the COVID 19 context, then the patient consulted again at the gyneco-obstetric emergency room for deterioration of the general condition in a picture of hemodynamic shock. On physical examination, the patient was hemodynamically unstable with blood pressure figures of 70/40 mmhg, heart rate at 50 bpm, temperature at 35 Â° and mucosal skin pallor.Examination of the vaginal cavity showed the presence of numerous whitish-looking maggots, a sample was taken by the biology team that collected the maggots for the purpose of a parasitological study to identify the parasite responsible.
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