Eustase Janky

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OBJECTIVE The aim of this study was to conduct a statistical analysis to determine the outcome of conservative treatment after delivery of a first fetus in multiple pregnancy and thus define new prognostic factors. STUDY DESIGN Multicentre retrospective study involving 12 centers over a 10-year period. RESULTS Twenty-eight twin pregnancies and seven(More)
Pregnancy-induced hypertension affects at least 10% of all pregnancies. An association with first pregnancy or a change in paternity for subsequent pregnancies has been suggested. We studied the duration of sexual cohabitation with the father prior to conception and the incidence of pregnancy-induced hypertension. During a five-month period, 1011(More)
The principal gynaecological cancers (breast, ovary, uterus, and cervix) account for over 40% of cancers found in women worldwide. However, large differences exist, in both their incidence and geographical distribution. The French West Indies, through their location, environment, socio-economic development, lifestyle, nutrition and the origins of their(More)
BACKGROUND In Guadeloupe, cases of neurocysticercosis have been rarely observed in people recently immigrated from Haiti. We followed 2 women with seizures, associated with meningitis or encephalitis. CASE REPORT Computed tomography scan and muscle X-ray have displayed specific features of cysticercosis with small diffuse calcifications. This was(More)
A necrotizing arteritis isolated to the uterine cervix without multisystem disease was fortuitously discovered in a 52-year old woman after hysterectomy for uterine leiomyomas. This rare lesion discovered by routine histopathological examination was cured by surgery. The aetiology and pathogenesis of this arteritis are unknown.
OBJECTIVE To assess high-risk human papillomavirus (HR HPV) cervical infections and their type distribution among healthy women in Guadeloupe, French West Indies. METHODS The details of consecutive non-pregnant women who attended cervical cancer screening and had HPV genotyping performed at the largest pathology laboratory on the island from January 1,(More)
Pregnancy in women with major sickle cell syndromes is a high risk maternofetal situation. This descriptive study presents the features and the clinical course of 68 pregnancies in sickle cell women who were delivered in Guadeloupe from January 1(st) 1993 to December 31(st) 1997. Specific complications were observed in all hemoglobin types, but with a(More)
Maternal pregnancy complications and pregnancy outcomes of all adolescent pregnancies (< 18 years; n = 184) during a two year survey (1993-1994) at the Maternity of University Hospital of Pointe-á-Pitre, Guadeloupe, French West Indies, were compared to that of an older cohort (20-35 years; n = 3938). there were no statistical differences between the two(More)
We report two cases of retention of the second twin after delivery of the first one. Both pregnancies were bichorionic, biamniotic. In both cases the first twin was delivered during the second trimester. Tocolysis and antibiotics were used. The two pregnancies had a different outcome. For the first patient with a cerclage, the interval delivery was 67 days,(More)
OBJECTIVE The aim of this study was to examine the relation between cervical length and the presence of funneling and the risk of preterm delivery. METHOD This prospective blind cohort involved 200 hospitalized women with preterm labor in a tertiary care hospital. Women were recruited for a single transvaginal ultrasonography to assess cervical length and(More)