Julien Huart

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BACKGROUND At the advent of laparoscopic adrenalectomy when it was timely to reappreciate the results of time-honored procedures, we reviewed the cases of 105 patients who underwent adrenalectomy through the posterior approach. METHODS Between 1970 and 1992 among 331 patients, 105 underwent adrenalectomy through the posterior approach (0 of 111(More)
OBJECTIVE To report the experience of using various Gadolinium chelates as contrast media in digital subtraction angiography in patients with relative or absolute contraindications for iodinated contrast agents. MATERIAL and Methods. Forty-two arteriograms were performed in 39 consecutive patients using Gadolinium chelates (gadoteridol, gadodiamide, and(More)
A prospective single-centre study was performed to evaluate the safety and efficacy of carotid revascularisation under local anesthesia. Between November 1, 1996 and March 30, 1998, 92 patients underwent surgery for 100 carotid artery stenoses under local cervical block anesthesia. Fifty-eight stenoses were asymptomatic and 42 were symptomatic. Duplex(More)
This case concerns a 37-year-old woman with a cruro-gluteal claudication, from which she had been suffering since the age of 33, and which prevented her from walking more than 50 metres. The arteriographic examination revealed preocclusive coralliform proliferations of the infrarenal aorta, with a 30% stenosis of the right internal carotid artery. After 18(More)
A carotid-jugular fistula complicated the placement of a Green-field filter via the right internal jugular percutaneous passage: the local signs of an arterio-venous fistula were associated with right parietal infarction neurological symptoms. A crossography showed a carotid-jugular fistula and a limited dissection of the original carotid artery. An(More)
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