Anne Chatellier

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BACKGROUND Rarely, basal cell carcinomas (BCCs) have the potential to become extensively invasive and destructive, a phenomenon that has led to the term "locally advanced BCC" (laBCC). We identified and described the diverse settings that could be considered "locally advanced". METHODS The panel of experts included oncodermatologists, dermatological and(More)
PURPOSE Reconstruction of gunshot wounds of the lower face remains a challenge for the maxillofacial surgeon. We present our experience with the use of virtual surgery using Computer-Assisted Design (CAD)/Computer-Assisted Manufacturing (CAM) techniques to create a custom-made distraction device and prefabricated cutting guides (for both fibula and jaw(More)
Direct access to the zygomatic branch of the facial nerve in the parotid is less invasive and more selective than first dissecting the nerve trunk and then finding the branches. The aim of this study was to confirm the point of reference on the skin which would give direct access to the zygomatic branch for the orbicularis oculi muscle. The skin reference(More)
Propofol was assessed for eye surgery in 20 children. ASA group I or II, 2-14 year-old, randomly assigned to 2 equal groups. Premedication, analgesia and muscle paralysis were similar in both groups. Group P patients were given an induction dose of 4 mg.kg-1 propofol, followed by an infusion of 15 mg.kg-1.h-1 for the first half hour, and then 10 mg.kg-1.h-1(More)
Ankylosis of the temporomandibular joint is defined as a permanent constriction of the jaws with less than 30mm mouth opening measured between the incisors, occurring because of bony, fibrous or fibro-osseous fusion. Resulting complications such as speech, chewing, swallowing impediment and deficient oral hygiene may occur. The overall incidence is(More)
PURPOSE Maxillomandibular ossifying fibroma is a benign tumor that affects young adults. Complete excision can allow satisfactory management with no recurrence. During a humanitarian mission, one is confronted with many types of damage from these fibromas. Their management requires wide resection (mandibulectomy interrupter or maxillectomy) and free flap(More)
INTRODUCTION There is no recommendation concerning wisdom teeth (WT) extraction in mandibular orthognathic surgery. We carried out an investigation among the members of the French Society of Stomatology and Oro-maxillofacial Surgery (SFSCMFCO), in order to evaluate the practices and habits of maxillofacial surgeons in this field. MATERIALS AND METHODS We(More)
L e Comité scientifique et moi-même auront le plaisir et l’honneur d’organiser à Caen, le 28 mars 2015, la 3e Journée de Printemps de la Société Française de Stomatologie, Chirurgie Maxillo-Faciale et Chirurgie Orale, sur un thème pluridisciplinaire et qui reflète, pour la plupart, une partie de notre pratique quotidienne : la carcinologie cutanée.(More)
Sagittal split osteotomy of the mandible is the most frequently used method in orthognatic surgery. Osteosynthesis was performed with wires in the 1970s. The instability of fixation allowed condyle movements and there was no problem of condylar positioning. The drawback of this technique was that it required a strict intermaxillary fixation for 6 weeks.(More)
Our practice in a humanitarian (or crisis) context differs from what we experience in daily practice. There are several reasons for this. First, the diseases encountered are sometimes unfamiliar, such as sequelae of noma, or the presentation of familiar diseases may be unusual, such as facial malformations seen at a late stage. Secondly, these missions take(More)