Constance Michel

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Focal arterial infarction in the full-term newborn is an important cause of acquired cerebral lesions in the perinatal period. Clinical motor seizures, most often unifocal, are the nearly constant disclosing symptom confirmed by focal EEG abnormalities. A multifactorial physiopathology is usual, including genetic and perinatal environmental factors. In the(More)
BACKGROUND Although lactulose and polyethylene glycol are osmotic laxatives widely used in the treatment of chronic constipation, no study has been conducted to compare their actions on the colonic bacterial ecosystem, which has an important influence on host health. AIM To assess the effects of lactulose and polyethylene glycol on the composition and(More)
The development of the nervous system can be studied only if the age of the embryo is exactly known. Since it is difficult to control reproduction in female cats, we tried to time fertilization very precisely to within one hour by using either artificial insemination, or by mating females in oestrus induced by light programming. In one trial, this(More)
In France, screening for cytomegalovirus infection (CMV) during pregnancy is not recommended in routine. The transmission of CMV through breastmilk from mothers to preterm infants is frequent (15-20%). The frequency of neuro-sensorial handicap related to congenital CMV infection in very preterm infants is not well documented. We report the case of a female(More)
The incidence of urinary tract infections caused by extended-spectrum β-lactamase (ESBL)-producing pathogens is increasing. These infections are associated with a long hospital stay in patients undergoing urological procedures. We aimed to demonstrate that significant intraprostatic diffusion of ertapenem is achieved after a single preoperative(More)
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