Jean Marc Bernard Ayoubi

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OBJECTIVE To compare changes in uterine contraction (UC) frequency occurring after ovulation in the menstrual cycle and in IVF and to clarify UC anomalies encountered in IVF. DESIGN Prospective crossover trial. SETTING University infertility clinic. PATIENT(S) Six women seeking IVF for male factor infertility having regular menstrual cycles were(More)
This review assesses data on the possible relationship between the contractility of the non-pregnant uterus and the human reproduction process. The possibility of assessing non-invasively uterine contractility using ultrasound scans has improved understanding of hormone regulation and the influence of uterine contractility on the human embryo implantation(More)
We reported an observational, retrospective chart review of 36 women who underwent robotic myomectomy at the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Foch Hospital. Short- and long-term results were analyzed. We compared our results with literature data. Potential advantages and limits of robotic surgery in myomectomy are discussed.
We report the case of a patient who developed a vesicoovarian fistula on an endometriosis abscessed cyst. The patient presented with an advanced endometriosis stage IV complicated with a right ovarian abscessed cyst of 10 cm. A first coelioscopy with cystectomy was realized. After surgery, a voiding cystography highlighted a fistula between the ovarian(More)
Robotically assisted laparoscopic surgery has seen rapid expansion over the past few years and it constantly evolves with a progressive enlargement of its range of indications. In the present paper we would like to share our 2-year experience regarding the use of robotics in various laparoscopic procedures, including hysterectomy, myomectomy, adnexal(More)
Adequate availability and FSH sensitivity of ovarian antral follicles and coordination of their growth during controlled ovarian hyperstimulation (COH) rank among factors that may determine outcome, particularly in patients presenting ovarian function defects and so-called "poor responders." Growing evidence indicates that both factors are positively(More)
Objectives. A prospective study was carried out to compare vaginal hysterectomy (VH) and robotically assisted hysterectomy (RH) for benign gynecological disease. Materials and Methods. All patients who underwent hysterectomy from March 2010 to March 2012 for a benign disease were included. Patients' demographics per and post surgery results were collected(More)
BACKGROUND Hysterectomy is the most frequent surgery done with robotic assistance in the world and has been widely studied since its emergence. The surgical outcomes of the robotic hysterectomy are similar to those obtained with other minimally invasive hysterectomy techniques (laparoscopic and vaginal) and appear as a promising surgical technique in(More)
Reduction mammaplasty is an effective procedure and the treatment of choice for symptomatic breast hypertrophy. Two unusual cases of reduction mammaplasty are reported. After uneventful immediate postoperative courses, two unusual wound complications occurred requiring further treatment. It was discovered retrospectively that the two women (21 and 24 years(More)
BACKGROUND Recent findings strongly promoted the hypothesis that common pelvic gynecological diseases including endometriosis and ovarian neoplasia may develop de novo from ectopic endometrial-like glands and/or embryonic epithelial remnants. To verify the frequency, the anatomical localization and the phenotype of misplaced endometrial tissue along the(More)