Jean Philippe Bolduc

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Endovascular treatment of aortic disease has emerged as an alternative mode of treatment that is particularly attractive for patients with severe comorbidities who would not be ideal candidates for open surgery. Actually, short-term morbidity and mortality rates, of large series, compare favorably with those from surgery, and stent-graft placement is(More)
The authors present the case of a 48-year-old man with diffuse pulmonary lymphangiomatosis. This rare lymphatic disorder is characterized by proliferation of anastomosing lymphatic vessels varying in size. Clinical presentation and imaging findings are highly suggestive. Bronchoscopic examination of this patient showed, for the first time to our knowledge,(More)
OBJECTIVE We sought to evaluate and compare the relative cost-benefit of Doppler sonography, MR angiography, and captopril-enhanced renal scintigraphy as techniques for predicting a patient's clinical response to renal angioplasty. MATERIALS AND METHODS Estimations of positive and negative predictive values of baseline and captopril-enhanced renal(More)
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