Daniel Bailly

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Separation anxiety disorder (SAD) is probably the most common anxiety disorder observed in childhood. If some studies suggest that SAD may increase the risk of anxiety and mood disorders in adolescents and young people, the outcome of childhood SAD remains unclear. Because of the high mental-eating disorders comorbidity, we performed a follow-back study in(More)
A 100-micrograms bolus of synthetic ovine corticotropin-releasing factor was administered intravenously to 10 nondepressed inpatients suffering from an alcohol dependence disorder. The test was performed during withdrawal and after 4 weeks of abstinence. During withdrawal, the plasma cortisol responses of alcoholic patients and 7 control subjects were(More)
INTRODUCTION Theory of mind deficit can be used to explain social and communication impairments that define the autism spectrum disorder. Theory of mind is the ability to attribute mental states to self and others in order to understand and predict behavior. It involves the distinction between the real world and mental representations of the world. Several(More)
BACKGROUND ADHD involves impairing core symptoms of inattention and hyperactivity/impulsivity in children (childhood ADHD = CH) that may persist in adulthood (adult ADHD = AD). Conflicting findings have been found regarding AD prevalences among adult smokers, and it is unclear whether AD is associated with a more severe smoking behavior in adulthood. (More)
BACKGROUND The purpose of the study was to assess the prevalence and correlates of sleep problems in adolescents. METHODS A total of 763 students chosen at random among the 15 secondary schools of a French département were given a self-report questionnaire. RESULTS As much as 40.8% reported at least one of the five sleep disturbances we studied(More)
It is unclear whether adult smokers with childhood attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder history (CH) have more severe smoking behavior than non-CH smokers, while it is clearly suggested that CH adolescents have more severe smoking behavior than CH adolescents. The aim of the present comprehensive meta-analysis is to determine whether CH smokers have(More)
A 57-year-old female presented with complete heart block and then developed refractory hypotension despite temporary pacing. Moderate left ventricular dysfunction with focal wall motion abnormalities, as well as severe hypoxemia, were demonstrated. However, neither significant coronary disease nor evidence for pulmonary embolus or other lung disease could(More)
The influence of endothelium on angiotensin II-induced contraction was investigated in rings of rat aorta, bovine coronary artery, bovine intrapulmonary artery and bovine intrapulmonary vein. Destruction of endothelium significantly enhanced angiotensin II-induced contraction in rat aorta and bovine coronary artery, but not in bovine intrapulmonary artery(More)
Some behavioral side effects of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI) antidepressants have been known for a long time. Since the introduction of these drugs in the 1990s, publications have regularly reported behavioral side effects in children and adolescents, including excitation, motor restlessness, social disinhibition, and above all(More)