Gil Lebreton

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A 61-year-old man presented via the emergency department with a few days history of abdominal and colic occlusion symptoms. He presented signs of sepsis, midline lumbar spine tenderness and reduced hip flexion. Computer tomography of the abdomen and pelvis showed a presacral collection contiguous with the posterior part of the colo-rectal anastomosis, and(More)
A 41-year-old male was admitted to hospital after 15 days of unexplained fever. Four blood cultures were positive for Staphylococcus aureus. Echocar-diography (Panels A and B) and magnetic resonance imaging (Panel C) showed a large thrombus in the left ventricle and a low ejection fraction and electrocardiogram (ECG) showed Q waves in anteroseptal leads.(More)
If single adrenal metastasis surgery is well admitted, no recommendation exists about the management of a renal vein tumor thrombus, even though the actual consensual attitude consists in a nephrectomy associated to an adrenalectomy. We report, here, the case of a 74-year-old man with a suspected adrenal metastasis of a lung carcinoma associated with a left(More)
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