François-Benoît Maurice

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To assess the accuracy of computed tomography (CT) in the evaluation of bronchiectasis, we performed thin-section CT in 36 patients with clinical findings suggestive of this diagnosis. CT was performed with 1.5-mm section thickness and 10-mm intersection spacing. Bilateral (eight patients) and unilateral (28 patients) bronchograms were obtained. CT and(More)
Electroencephalographic (EEG) signals are generally non-stationary, however, nearly stationary brain responses , such as steady-state visually evoked potentials (SSVEP), can be recorded in response to repetitive stimuli. Although Fourier transform has precise resolution with long time windows (5 or 10 s for instance) to extract SSVEP response (1-100 Hz(More)
INTRODUCTION Naphthalene ingestion is a rare cause of hemolysis. CASE REPORT We report a 33-year-old woman, originating from the Comoros, hospitalized for intense fatigue associated with delirium, fever and jaundice, three days after ritual ingestion of naphthalene. Biochemical parameters showed marked hemolysis. Outcome was favorable after red cells(More)
A case of insufficiency fracture of the sacrum is reported. These fractures usually occur in elderly women and are secondary to various conditions, mainly postmenopausal or steroid-induced osteoporosis and radiation therapy. They are often overlooked or confused clinically and radiographically with metastatic disease. Findings on plain films are often(More)
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