L’AVORTEMENT PROVOQUE : A PROPOS DE 3 CAS COMPLIQUES.

Eugène Belley Priso, T Nana Njamen, Emile Mboudou, Anderson Sama Doh

Abstract


Les auteurs rapportent  3 cas d’avortements provoqués compliqués avec leurs conséquences connues et néfastes sur la santé reproductive. Ils insistent sur le renforcement de la stratégie de prévention mise en place actuellement mais posent en même temps le problème d’une réflexion autour des axes évolutifs que pourrait intégrer une adaptation de la loi actuelle.

 The authors report three cases of complicated induced abortions and their adverse reproductive effects. They insist on re-enforcing the preventive strategies in place, but also discuss the problems of adapting the prevent laws related to abortion in Cameroon.


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