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Lisfranc fracture-dislocations are relatively rare (two per thousand). They generally occur in multiple trauma victims and may pass unnoticed. Open reduction followed by pinned osteosynthesis and plaster immobilisation ensures a good anatomical and functional result.
Many real world problems can be defined as optimisation problems in which the aim is to maximise an objective function. The quality of obtained solution is directly linked to the pertinence of the used objective function. However, designing such function, which has to translate the user needs, is usually fastidious. In this paper, a method to help user… (More)
Simulating the evolution of cities suggests the ability to understand and model the laws governing urban dynamics. The approach presented in this paper uses a multi-agent system to model the self-organising properties of urban systems and aims at providing a tool to study the evolutions of the modelled system. The proposed multi-agent system is a hierarchy… (More)
Many processes are based on the analysis of geographic objects. However, some processes allow to take only into account a limited number of objects. This limitation can come from the implication of an expert in the process (e.g. (Mustière, 2005)) or from the computation complexity of the process (e.g. (Taillandier et al., 2008)). In this context, it becomes… (More)
One case of dysembryoma of the thyroid gland is reported. 115 cases of that rare disease have been published; the tumor is particularly rare in adult (14 cases). Salient features are reviewed, mostly complications and malignant degeneration. Surgical removal is the only treatment and also the only mean to have histological diagnosis.