A Bellouard

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AIM To assess the initial results of single umbilical incision laparoscopic cholecystectomies (SUILC) performed by the members of the Club Coelio. PATIENTS AND METHODS This multicenter study involved 65 consecutive patients undergoing SUILC between September 2008 and December 2009. The operation was performed with a 0° scope in 35 and with a 30° scope in(More)
A multicentre prospective study was conducted to evaluate the effective duration of time off work following inguinal hernia repair. From 1st October to 30 November 1997, 14 surgeons repaired 459 hernias in 359 patients, corresponding to 28.8% of salaried workers, 10.9% self-employed and 4.8% civil servants. 46% of patients were retired. Only 6.9% of(More)
Ten children with a major parietal defect, abdominal or thoracic, were operated by using a resorbable polyglactine network, during these three last years. On six children, the parietal defect was only deep, according to the surgical ablation of a parietal malignant tumor; on four other children, the defect was total, interesting the muscular and aponeurotic(More)
OBJECTIVES The aim of our trial was to assess preoperative assessment and short-term results of laparoscopic cure of gastroesophageal disease performed by digestive surgeons not specialized in this disease. METHODS 335 consecutive cures were performed by 11 surgeons. RESULTS 29% of patients had pH-metry, 52% had manometry. The procedure was:(More)
Giant condyloma acumination, also called Bürschke-Loewenstein disease, is a pseudo-tumoral epithelial proliferation of viral origin (human papilloma virus). Surgery is the most effective of all treatments, but it results in loss of all tissues covering the anal canal. We suggest a reconstruction technique, performed under colostomy, in which the rectal(More)
Lumbar sympathectomy, which is usually indicated in the arteritic patient in cases of severe ischemia and occlusion of leg arteries when bypass surgery is not feasible, can be performed surgically or by scanner-guided phenolization. Surgical sympathectomy was performed by resection of the 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th lumbar ganglia under general anesthesia by a(More)
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