Emilie Josserand

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BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE The availability of data relating to the biometry of the CC in children that are easy to use in daily practice is limited. We present a reference biometry of the CC in MR imaging in a large cohort of children. MATERIALS AND METHODS Cerebral MR imaging studies of children with normal examination findings were selected(More)
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVE Most of the cardiovascular risk factors strongly associated with obesity and overweight vary with age and gender. However, few reference values are available for healthy European children. Our objective was to establish pediatric reference ranges for waist circumference, systolic and diastolic blood pressures, fasting lipid levels(More)
BACKGROUND A reference model for converting serum growth factor and bone metabolism markers into an SD score (SDS) is required for clinical practice. We aimed to establish reference values of serum insulin-like growth factor-1 (IGF-1) and IGF binding protein 3 (IGFBP-3) concentrations and bone metabolism markers in French children, to generate a model for(More)
BACKGROUND Children with growth retardation or short stature generally present with lower strength than children of the same chronological age. The aim of the study was to establish if strength was dependent on variables related to stature in a population of healthy children and to propose practical predictive models for the muscle functions tested. A(More)
Purpose-Objective: Children with syndromic craniosynostosis appear to have a higher rate of structural brain abnormalities than in the general population, but most reports describe a low number of patients and little detail on type of brain malformation. They often show unexplained neurological impairment. We hypothesise that the hippocampus may be(More)
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