E. Broeders

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INTRODUCTION Single-port laparoscopy is prospected as the future of minimal invasive surgery. It is hypothesised to cause less post operative pain, with a shorter hospitalisation period and improved cosmetic results. Population- and patient-based opinion is important for the adaptation of new techniques. This study aimed to assess the opinion and perception(More)
The research method applied by the authors, and outlined in introductory remarks, is determined by the assumptions of the Pronominal Approach, which has been conceived by K. van den Eynde and developed in collaboration with Cl. Blanche-Benveniste. In this linguistic theory it is argued that syntatic structures in which a verbal nucleus is completed with(More)
  • S . Saesen, A . Pigulski, +71 authors W . Zima
  • 2013
S. Saesen, A. Pigulski, F. Carrier, G. Michalska, C. Aerts, J. De Ridder, M. Briquet, G. Handler, Z. Kołaczkowski, B. Acke, E. Bauwens, P.G. Beck, Y. Blom, J. Blommaert, E. Broeders, M. Cherix, G. Davignon, J. Debosscher, P. Degroote, L. Decin, S. Dehaes, W. De Meester, P. Deroo, M. Desmet, R. Drummond, J.R. Eggen, J. Fu, K. Gazeas, G.A. Gelven, C. Gielen,(More)
BACKGROUND Atypical haemolytic uraemic syndrome (aHUS) results from uncontrolled complement system activation. Complement factor H gene mutations are common causes of aHUS. Plasmatherapy, including plasma infusions and/or plasma exchanges, has been tried in this setting with various successes. At present, we lack a specific marker to monitor functional(More)
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