Claudine Lecocq

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The candidate to cosmetic surgery is not, contrary to a too common idea, a frivolous creature trying to become more beautiful. He is generally a person with a physical disgrace that induces a frustrating sense of inferiority. The role of the surgeon is to help by removal of the disgrace. The operative indication is thus only psychologic and in some extreme(More)
A 56-year-old man suffering from moderate dyspnea was hospitalised in the unit of surgery. Fifteen days before, he was subjected to a discectomy at L4-L5. The clinical examination demonstrated sinus tachycardia and hepatomegalia. An abdominal CT revealed an arteriovenous fistula between the right common iliac artery and vein that was subsequently confirmed(More)
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