J-M Cardon

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We report the case of a 58-year-old man with erysipelas of both buttocks secondary to lymphoedema after pelvis surgery for prostatic cancer and multiple vascular interventions for iliofemoral thrombosis. The diagnosis was based on clinical examination and lymphoscintigraphy. This location of lymphoedema, limited to the buttocks, is uncommon; lower limbs are(More)
The authors present a standard for interpreting the histopathology of testicular biopsies carried out during the framework of investigation of male sterility. The standard is based on a study of the alterations in the seminiferous tubes (T), the peritubular membranes (M) and the interstitial tissue (I). This method of histological assessment has been used(More)
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