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Facteurs prédictifs de retard scolaire chez le patient drépanocytaire

Abstract : Background : sickle cell disease is the most common genetic disease in the world, and the educational difficulties of these children are a concern in all countries. Our goal will be to find some predictive factors of academic delay in order to try to fight and allow a better accompaniment of these children. Materials and Methods: unicentric retrospective study from 1 January 2013 to 31 December 2015 in children with sickle cell disease followed at Bordeaux University Hospital. The analyzes of the medical file and the school career were carried out with the help of the doctors of the National Education. School doctors completed a sample form to collect all the information about these children. Results: Seventy-two children were included. CVO are the most common complications of sickle cell anemia. In addition, a history of stroke is a predictor of delay (p = 0.032). Chronic anemia is a known factor of excessive fatigue, and this is reflected in the difficulties in the school of these children (p = 0.013). Our study specifically points to the severity of sickle cell disease as a factor influencing subsequent academic delay. Discussion: CVOs, chronic anemia and a history of stroke have an increased prevalence in school drop-out among children with sickle cell disease.
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Jérémy Gallardon. Facteurs prédictifs de retard scolaire chez le patient drépanocytaire. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2017. ⟨dumas-01511373⟩

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