Scholarena Journal of Infectious Diseases (SAJID) is a multidisciplinary peer reviewed, open access journal which covers wide aspects in the study of infectious diseases. Its research is focused on academic, medical and industrial applications.

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RECENT ARTICLES
Study of Predictive Factors for The Therapeutic Success of Pulmonary Tuberculosis in The Health District of Saint-Louis (Senegal)
Tuberculosis (TB) is a major public health problem and one of the main causes of death by infectious disease in the world. The object is to study the predictive factors for the therapeutic success of pulmonary tuberculosis in the health district of S...
Satisfaction of Patients Treated with Chemotherapy in Day Hospital in The University Hospital of Brazzaville
Prospective descriptive study carried out through a questionnaire of 17 ITEMS over a period of 5 months. Variables such as gender, age, diagnosis with histological evidence, ongoing chemotherapy protocol and patient satisfaction were studied....
Study of The Factors Associated with The Delay in Seeking Health Care Services and The Experience of Tuberculosis Patients in Senegal
The general objective was to study the factors associated with the delay in seeking health care services and the experience of TB patients in Senegal. A mixed methods, multi-center design was conducted in Senegal using a simple multistage random surv...
Prune Belly Syndrome in Neonatology at Dschang District Hospital : About Two Cases
Prune Belly syndrom is a typical triad of abdominal muscle deficiency, severe urinary tract abnormality and bilateral cryptorchidism. It is very rare and account for about 1 case in 40,000 lives birth. Diagnosis can be made antenataly, but more ofen ...
Review on Effect of Contaminants on Determination of Blood Group
Blood is important trace evidence obtained from crime scene. The use of blood in forensic analysis is a method of identifying individuals suspected of committing some kind of crime. But most of the time blood is contaminated because of various reason...
Secondary Changes in Dentin as a Biomarker in Age Determination: Study Using Digital Orthopontomograms of Senegalese Subjects
Knowledge of age is essential for people living because of its social, legal and judicial involvement. The tooth represents an excellent medico-legal tool for age assessment through its growth, biological behaviour and aging. The aim of this study wa...