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(2016) Ministère des familles, de l’enfance et des droits des femmes. Les viols, tentatives de viols et agressions sexuelles en France. La lettre de l’observatoire national des violences faites aux femmes, 10.

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  • TITLE: Sexual Assault: Epidemiological Profile and Clinical Aspects at the Brazzaville University Hospital Center

    AUTHORS: L. M. E. Eouani, J. C. Mokoko, C. Itoua, N. S. Sekangue Potokouen Mpia, L. H. Iloki

    KEYWORDS: Sexual Assault, Firearm, Stab, Perineal Tear, Vaginal Tear, Hymenal Tear

    JOURNAL NAME: Open Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Vol.10 No.2, February 28, 2020

    ABSTRACT: Objective: to identify the socio-demographic profile of the alleged victims of sexual assault, to define the characteristics of the aggressors, to describe the types of clinical lesions, and to analyze the link between these different parameters.During the study period, 5620 clients were admitted to gynecological emergencies, including 150 for sexual assault (2.6%). The alleged victims of aggression were 14 years old on average [range: 2-49 years]. Among these clients, there were 147 (98%) women and 3 (2%) men [sex ratio: 0.02]. They had a primary education level of 38%, secondary to 42.7%, and single in 87.2% of cases. Clients came from home (69.3%) or police station (24.7%). The perpetrator was male, with an average age of 25.5 years [range: 16 to 35 years]. Regarding the relationship with the victim, the neighborhood accounted for 83%. The perpetrator was alone in 76.7% of cases, two (14%) or more (16.7%), up to 18.The aggressor’s home was the place of aggression (39.3%). The threats were made using knives (49.3%) and firearms (8.5%). The perpetrator used either his sex (79.9%), his fingers (34.2%) or an object (2.7%). The route of entry was vaginal (94.6%), anal (21.7%) and oral (10%). The abuser used the condom in 74.7% of cases.Customers had viewed within 24 hours (40.7%). The general state and hemodynamics at admission was normal for all clients. Physical injuries were injuries (23%) and scrapes (34.5%). External genitalia included perineal tears (28%), vaginal tears (8.6%), hymenal tears (7.3%), and old deflowering (72.7%). The hymen was intact in 20%.The bi-varied analysis found a correlation with a statistically significant difference in the age range of the alleged victims with the number of aggressors, the time of aggression, the path and type of penetration, and the weapon used for the threat.