L-A Dumont

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Thrombosis is still the first cause of microsurgery failure. Lots of publications have been made but no consensus exists. We first analysed the results of our study in 53 French expert surgeons, then we compared them with the last published datas, most of all, with the similar surveys. If a big majority (81 %) of the surgeons use a preventing method, we(More)
Animal experimentation is the most common way to learn microsurgery. However, this practice should be performed according to ethical rules and financial cost. This study has a triple aim: improving students' skills in microsurgery, respecting ethics and reducing costs by using fewer animals. We propose an ethical, practical and inexpensive training method(More)
Huriez disease is a rare autosomal dominant pathology characterized by the triad hypoplastic nail, hyperkeratosis and scleroatrophy of distal extremities. One of its most principal complications is the development of an aggressive squamous cell carcinoma. We present a case of a 62-year old patient who had an acute two hands scleroatrophy associated with(More)
Prevention of thrombosis in microsurgery was the point of numerous publications without any referenced protocol. The question of this article was to know if it existed, for a patient who needed a microsurgical procedure, any medical treatment used, proved to lower the thrombotic risk. Using principles of evidence-based medicine, we observed that none of the(More)
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