M B Hautier

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The pre and intraoperative use of calcium channel blockers (CCB) has been suggested for the management of either eutopic or ectopic pheochromocytomas. We report our experience of 70 pheochromocytomas, operated between 1988 and 1996 and managed with CCB, especially nicardipine. 59 were hypertensive (84.2%). Preparation consisted of nicardipine in 61 patients(More)
74 patients underwent surgery for organic hyperinsulinism (51 cases) or for Zollinger-Ellison syndrome (23 cases). 20 minutes after removal of the specimen, quick intra-operative hormone measurements were done in the systemic and portal blood as well, with intra-operative secretin stimulation test for gastrinoma(s), to assess completeness of surgery.(More)
The perioperative mortality related to cardiovascular complications has been almost completely eliminated in phaeochromocytoma surgery. The anaesthetic management has mainly evolved through refinements in haemodynamic control during the operation. Neither preoperative preparation nor general anaesthesia can totally prevent haemodynamic disturbances during(More)
A proliferative, non-crescentic, glomerulonephritis (GN) was induced in rats preimmunized with rabbit IgG by injecting a sub-nephrotoxic dose of rabbit anti-GMA IgG. Control rats either received anti-GBM IgG only, or were totally irradiated (800 rads, kidneys protected) 2 days before the second injection. All the GN rats developed a severe proteinuria(More)
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