Annette Lambert

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Babesiosis is considered to be an emerging tick-borne disease in humans worldwide. However, most studies on the epidemiology of human babesiosis to date have been carried out in North America, and there is little knowledge on the prevalence of infection and frequency of disease in other areas. The aim of this study was to investigate the prevalence of(More)
Epidemiometric models are useful in studying disease dynamics in populations. Such a model was developed for leprosy and proved useful, but did not take into account age- and sex-specific incidence rates. This paper presents a new version of the model which makes provisions for age and sex differential rates according to the type of leprosy and which(More)
SUMMARY Increasing evidence suggests that patients with L2-HGA have a predisposition to cerebral neoplasms. This may be related to the pathologic accumulation of L2-HG because high amounts of 2-HG have been found in brain neoplasms that have IDH1 mutations. Our experience, on the basis of 11 previously unreported cases of L2-HGA, 3 of which developed(More)
BACKGROUND Imatinib (Glivec) is a tyrosine kinase inhibitor used to treat certain cases of leukaemia. We report a case of a drug-induced reaction with eosinophilia and systemic symptoms (DRESS) caused by imatinib. CASE-REPORT A 77-year-old woman with a chronic myeloid leukaemia was treated with imatinib and allopurinol. Nineteen days after the start of(More)
Z. Patay J.C. Mills U. Löbel A. Lambert A. Sablauer D.W. Ellison SUMMARY: Increasing evidence suggests that patients with L2-HGA have a predisposition to cerebral neoplasms. This may be related to the pathologic accumulation of L2-HG because high amounts of 2-HG have been found in brain neoplasms that have IDH1 mutations. Our experience, on the basis of 11(More)
BACKGROUND We recently carried out a study concerning consultations by French dermatologists in private practice. We evaluated consultations at the dermatology departments of 3 university teaching hospitals in France. MATERIALS AND METHODS This was a 2-month prospective study conducted in 2003 at the dermatology departments of the university teaching(More)
Carpal tunnel syndrome is the most common entrapment neuropathy of the upper limb, occurring due to compression of the median nerve at the wrist. The condition has an estimated economic cost in excess of $2 billion. This article reviews the history, diagnosis and current management of this frequently encountered condition.
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