Habitudes Alimentaires Liees A La Survenue De La Maladie Hemorroïdaire Chez Les Ivoiriens
AbstractA study was conducted in order to search for food habits related to the occurrence of hemorrhoid disease in humans, through a transversal and descriptive survey including 414 students of Université Félix Houphouët- Boigny (UFHB) of Côte d’Ivoire. Respondents had diverse diets in which it was found the six groups of food, as described by Nicolet and Mautrait (1995). Additionally, spiced and exciting products were associated to this study. Hemorrhoid disease was diagnosed by anal examination, and the numeration of the blood formula was determined by a numerator spectrophotometer. Results revealed that 262 respondents (63.28 %) suffered from digestive disorders. Among them, 168 (64.12 %) had hemorrhoid disease. These ones used to eat, more than 3 times per week, red meat (beef, lamb, goat, pork). However, results of blood analysis showed that cases of hemorrhoid disease were neither associated with anemia nor infection (P≥0.05). These results demonstrate, for the first time to our knowledge in Côte d’Ivoire, a cause and effect relationship between diets rich in red meat and the occurrence of hemorrhoid disease (P≤0.05).
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Amoikon, K. E., Yapi, A., & NGuessan, A. F.-D. (2016). Habitudes Alimentaires Liees A La Survenue De La Maladie Hemorroïdaire Chez Les Ivoiriens. European Scientific Journal, ESJ, 12(9), 36. https://doi.org/10.19044/esj.2016.v12n9p36