M C Dupard

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Anatomical and clinical observations are described in a case of carbon monoxide poisoning which caused the death of the baby rapidly. The anatomical lesions are comparable to those observed in 8 other cases reported in the literature. The physiopathological mechanism involved is discussed in relation to previously reported clinical, toxicological, and(More)
Bronchiolitis in newborns is a frequent infection, usually with a good prognosis. But there are also more severe forms, better known now, endangering the vital prognosis. The authors report the experience of an infant intensive care unit, where 13 cases of severe bronchiolitis were treated. After considering the etiological circumstances, they envisage the(More)
Severe iodine-induced hypothyroidism was recently diagnosed in several neonates raising the responsibility of the iodine antiseptic agents routinely used in these patients. Postnatal iodine overload due to cutaneous application of these agents (povidone iodine and fluorescinated alcoholic-iodine solution) was studied in 5 patients. Thyroid function studies(More)
The association of a diaphragmatic hernia and a pulmonary sequestration is known, though very rare. The authors present one singular observation because it were involved in aplasia of the homolateral pillar and a digestive duplication. They insist about the gravity of the reflux inherent to the malformation; they suggest its differed cure in spite of(More)
A large cardiac rhabdomyoma was discovered before delivery in a neonate, whose outcome was fatal. The baby and her mother had both cutaneous lesions suggestive of tuberous sclerosis, and the mother's sister had died from Von Hippel Lindau disease. The association of a cardiac rhabdomyoma and a tuberous sclerosis in the same patient is not uncommon, but the(More)
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