Eglantine Colin

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OBJECTIVE We assessed the frequency of endocrine or neurological disturbances and the results of surgery in patients with empty sella, diagnosed with cisternography and/or computerized tomography scanning. DESIGN AND PATIENTS Analysis of hospital records of 76 successive patients (73 primary, three secondary empty sella) from a single institution. (More)
Exercise training improves arterial compliance due to increases in blood flow to skeletal muscle during repeated bouts of daily exercise. The effect of resuming training on arterial stiffness in previously well-trained subjects is poorly documented. Hence, the purpose of this study was to determine the vascular effects induced by return to exercise in(More)
Aerobic exercises (of sufficient duration and intensity) decreases arterial stiffness. However, the direct relationship between the type of aerobic exercise (i.e. constant versus interval) and the alteration in arterial stiffness has been poorly explored. We evaluated the hemodynamic responses of 11 healthy males (22.5 ± 0.7 years, height 177.7 ± 1.1 cm,(More)
The clinical manifestations and the surgical treatment results of 280 patients (179 female), undergoing a total of 319 operations at the Asenjo Institute of Neurosurgery were retrospectively analyzed. The surgical approach for the first operation was transphenoidal in 89.3% of patients and transcraneal in the rest. Tumors were non-secretory in 169 (60.4%)(More)
AIM The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of a cycle competition on the large arteries stiffness, 24-hours after the end of the effort. METHODS Two males elite cyclists were studied before and after performing a stage-race. Their heart rate (HR) was measured continuously during the two competition days. The impact of the competition on(More)
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