Julie Levasseur

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Three angeiologists from different regions and in different ways suggest, on the basis of their experience, a method for the management of the non-hospitalised patient suspected of suffering from a deep venous thrombosis of the lower limbs. They consider the early clinical diagnosis, clinical forms, differential diagnosis and the special investigations(More)
The practitioner is not devoid of possibilities when faced with such a patient. Clinical examination remains primordial. Doppler examination can be performed at the patient's bedside, and repeatedly, and is non-invasive. It daily proves its worth as an essential auxiliary aid, not only in conformation of the involvement or not of the arterial system ("blue(More)
INTRODUCTION Isolated Unilateral Temporalis Muscle Hypertrophy (IUTMH) was first described in 1990, and few cases have been published since then. This disease occurs mainly in adults. There is no clear etiology of IUTMH, but bruxism is one of the risk factors. Only two cases have been described before the age of 20 years. To our knowledge, no cases have(More)
Malignant intraosseous odontogenic tumors (MIOT) of the jaws are very rare. The diagnosis is difficult. Clinical, paraclinical and histological diagnostic criteria, strict are well established. But the International Union Against Cancer (UICC) does not provide TNM classification that will allow harmonization of the treatment. Indeed, despite their location,(More)
The traumatic superior orbital fissure syndrome is an uncommon complication of craniomaxillofacial trauma. The diagnosis is clinical and associates ophtalmoplegia (constantly at initial clinical examination), ptosis and anaesthesia of the forehead. Young men victim of road traffic accidents are most often affected. CT-scan usually shows facial and/or(More)
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