Florent Jurczak

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AIM OF THE STUDY Many of the treatments proposed for trans-sphincteric and suprasphincteric anal fistulas are complex and often associated with permanent damage to the sphincter mechanism. In this study, we evaluate the long-term stability of fistula closure using fibrin glue. MATERIALS AND METHODS Forty-five consecutive patients (mean age 41.5) underwent(More)
This prospective, randomised clinical trial compared pain, comfort, exudate management, wound healing and safety with Hydrofiber dressing with ionic silver (Hydrofiber Ag dressing) and with povidone-iodine gauze for the treatment of open surgical and traumatic wounds. Patients were treated with Hydrofiber Ag dressing or povidone-iodine gauze for up to 2(More)
AIM OF THE STUDY The different treatments proposed for transsphincteric and suprasphincteric cryptoglandular anal fistulas are often complex and often associated with complications. After one or two stage anal fistulotomy, the risk of change in fecal continence ranks from 30% to 40%. This rate is lower (10%) with transanal advancement flap repair technique.(More)
Retrospective study of a series of 30 patients (mean age: 25.5 years), including 8 children with severe duodenopancreatic trauma, treated over a period of 15 years. This series consisted of 14 cases of duodenal perforation, 3 cases of duodenal haematoma, 11 cases of isolated pancreatic lesions (including 5 isthmic ruptures) and 2 cases of associated(More)
AIM OF THE STUDY The aim of this retrospective study was to analyze case reports of all the patients with complicated diverticular disease of the colon admitted in the same surgical center during an 18-year period and to report the postoperative results in patients operated on in emergency and in patients operated on electively. PATIENTS AND METHOD From(More)
Differents studies note many complications of the traditional cholecystectomy for acute cholecystitis in critically ill and very old patients. We report a retrospective study of ultrasound-guided cholecystostomy as an alternative treatment avoiding surgery in 41 patients between April 1988 and January 1994. Mean-age was 77.8 years (42-95). Hospital(More)
AIM OF THE STUDY The aim of this retrospective study was to report the results of the surgical treatment for large bowel cancer in patients over 75 years of age. PATIENTS AND METHOD From 1985 to 1996, 240 patients. 114 men and 126 women, aged 75 years or over (mean age: 82, range: 75 to 95 years) underwent surgical treatment for large bowel carcinoma.(More)
OBJECTIVE To describe and evaluate a new cholecystectomy technique combining classical dissection with currently available mini-instrumentation (3 and 5 mm) and gallbladder removal through a short gastrotomy. METHODS After a feasibility study, we set up a protocol for this procedure using instrumentation currently available on the market. We performed 106(More)
The retroperitoneal perforation of the colon is rare and our observations illustrate its two modes of revelation: a retroperitoneal suppuration; it must be traited quickly in order to decrease the mortality. Note that the abscess of the thigh is exceptional. Retroperitoneal perforations during colonoscopy whose treatment (initially medical) become surgical(More)