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OBJECTIVES To describe the true incidence, prenatal detection rate and fetal outcome of congenital diaphragmatic hernia (CDH) in a systematically registered population over an 18-year period and to determine any change in trends over time. METHODS This was a retrospective study of all cases of CDH registered in the Central-Eastern France Birth Defects(More)
OBJECTIVE Using perineal ultrasound in two groups of patients having either TVT or TOT procedure to know if TOT is sufficiently oblique and if the large dissection in TOT procedure might be responsible for migration of the tape. PATIENTS AND METHODS Thirty-two patients, 16 TVT and 16 TOT, had a sonography. The tape is visualised in the sagittal and(More)
Diffuse chorioangiomatosis is a rare placental pathology characterized by multiple chorioangiomas, inducing a high risk of fetal complications, especially cardiovascular, with a risk of fetal death. The physiopathology is not clearly established but seems to be related with an over-expression of vascular growth factors related to hypobaric-hypoxia. Here, we(More)
OBJECTIVE To investigate the influence of obstetrician and patient respectively on mode of delivery in case of breech presentation at term. PATIENTS AND METHODS This retrospective study included all women with a singleton pregnancy in a breech presentation delivered at term in a tertiary care maternity unit from January 1998 to December 2004. Mode of(More)
Globalisation drives a process of diet convergence among developing and developed countries that challenges the predictions about future patterns of food consumption. To address this issue, the objective of this paper is to map the range of the possible future diet changes, and to explore their impact on agriculture using the NLU land-use model. This model(More)
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