Fabrice Charleux

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A case of subdural arachnoid cyst of the thoracic spine was studied by magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), myelography and CT myelography. Myelography and especially CT myelography suggested the diagnosis; MRI established it, showing the communication between the cyst and the subarachnoid space. Final characterization was based on surgical findings and(More)
BACKGROUND Most in vivo knee kinematic analyses are based on external markers attached to the shank and the thigh. Literature data show that markers positioning and soft tissues artifacts affect the kinematic parameters of the bones true movement. Most of the techniques of quantification used were invasive. The aim of the present study was to develop and(More)
Extra medullary plasmocytoma (EMP) is a plasma cell proliferation of low frequency as compared to multiple myeloma which develops in the upper digestive and respiratory tracts and sometimes in the digestive tract. Other sites are possible but pancreatic or hepatic localizations are unusual with few cases being reported in the literature. This study(More)
The purpose of this study is to characterize the muscle architecture of children and adults using magnetic resonance elastography and ultrasound techniques. Five children (8-12 yr) and seven adults (24-58 yr) underwent both tests on the vastus medialis muscle at relaxed and contracted (10% and 20% of MVC) states. Longitudinal ultrasonic images were(More)
The human skin is an exceedingly complex and multi-layered material. This paper aims to introduce the application of the finite element analysis (FEA) to the in vivo characterization of the non-linear mechanical behaviour of three human skin layers. Indentation tests combined with magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) technique have been performed on the left(More)
BACKGROUND Due to the lack of cutoff values validated for specific liver diseases, the purpose of this study was to set up specific magnetic resonance elastography (MRE) cutoff values for asymptomatic liver fibrosis in alcoholic patients. METHODS Ninety patients underwent 3 clinical exams. The liver stiffness was measured locally with the Fibroscan, and(More)
PURPOSE To cross-validate the magnetic resonance elastography (MRE) technique with a clinical device, based on an ultrasound elastometry system called Fibroscan. MATERIALS AND METHODS Ten healthy subjects underwent an MRE and a Fibroscan test. The MRE technique used a round pneumatic driver at 60 Hz to generate shear waves inside the liver. An elastogram(More)
For patients with patterns ranging out of anthropometric standard values, patient-specific musculoskeletal modelling becomes crucial for clinical diagnosis and follow-up. However, patient-specific modelling using imaging techniques and motion capture systems is mainly subject to experimental errors. The aim of this study was to quantify these experimental(More)
BACKGROUND Magnetic resonance elastography has been performed in healthy and pathological muscles in order to provide clinicians with quantitative muscle stiffness data. However, there is a lack of data on pediatric muscle. Therefore, the present work studies age-related changes of the mechanical properties. METHODS 26 healthy subjects composed of 7(More)
PURPOSE To analyze the relevance of the viscosity measurement as a liver diagnostic marker. MATERIALS AND METHODS To determine the level of fibrosis, a Fibroscan test was performed on 40 subjects (10 healthy volunteers and 30 patients). Subsequently, multifrequency magnetic resonance elastography (MMRE) tests were made with a pneumatic driver at 60, 70,(More)