Céline Mulfinger

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OBJECTIVE The purpose of the study was to report surgical techniques for pelvic organ prolapse and complications in women aged more than 70 years. PATIENTS AND METHODS A Medline search was made for articles indexed between 2000 and 2006 and dealing with operative techniques for pelvic organ prolapse. Seven articles in English and French were included. (More)
BACKGROUND The high mortality impact of infectious diseases will increase due to accelerated evolution of antibiotic resistance in important human pathogens. Development of antibiotic resistance is a evolutionary process inducing the erosion of the effectiveness of our arsenal of antibiotics. Resistance is not necessarily limited to a single class of(More)
The anatomical and function characteristics of the heel region explain the large number of methods used and the differences of opinion particularly in relation to the repair of weightbearing zones. Our study is based on 28 patients in whom we performed: ten regional flaps, six cross-leg flaps, sixteen microsurgical flaps. The temporal fascia free flap(More)
Stress urinary incontinence is frequent in women, and can have a major impact on quality of life. Surgical treatment is the most effective option in many cases. The current reference treatment is urethral stabilization with the use of a free pelvic sling. Surgical management of female stress urinary incontinence is now effective and relatively(More)
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