Manuel Demailly

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Emphysematous cystitis is a rare disease mainly encountered in poorly controlled diabetics, immunodepressed patients or patients with infravesical obstruction. The pathophysiology of this disease is characterized by the formation of carbon dioxide (CO2) present in the lumen and/or bladder wall, derived from bacterial fermentation of carbohydrates. The(More)
OBJECTIVE Human chorionic gonadotrophin (HCG) is secreted by 10 to 20% of seminomas. The authors evaluated variations of serum total HCG levels in patients with normal baseline levels for the surveillance of treated testicular seminomas in order to determine the value of assay of this tumour marker in the follow-up of testicular seminoma. PATIENTS AND(More)
OBJECTIVE To evaluate the success of ureteral stent placement to treat or prepare for surgical treatment of urologic complications after renal transplantation, according to a type of ureteral anastomosis. PATIENT AND METHODS From May 1989 to December 2006, we performed 703 kidney transplantations including 412 extravesical ureteroneocystostomy (according(More)
OBJECTIVE To determine the sensitivity and specificity of MRI to distinguish between superficial and invasive transitional cell bladder cancer. MATERIAL AND METHODS Sixty patients (52 men and eight women) with a mean age of 66.8 years were assessed by bladder MRI between May 2002 and November 2005 for a primary bladder cancer diagnosed by endoscopy,(More)
OBJECTIVE To evaluate the epidemiology, diagnosis, and outcome of de novo renal cell carcinoma in renal transplant recipients. PATIENTS AND METHODS From June 1989 to August 2006, 800 renal transplant recipients were followed up annually by a urologist using abdominal ultrasonography or computed tomography. Renal lesions considered suspect were treated(More)
PURPOSE Prospective evaluation of bladder tumor targeting by Hexvix(®) fluorescence. PATIENTS AND METHODS From September 2008 to April 2012, 107 patients have been evaluated using Hexvix(®) technique (blue light) for typically papillary bladder tumor or suspected bladder tumor. Clinical and pathological data have been collected prospectively and patients(More)
Complete, isolated trisomy of the short arm of chromosome 18 is very rare. To date, only 24 cases of trisomy 18p have been reported in the literature, making it difficult to define a potentially associated phenotype. However, the available evidence suggests that few clinical features are shared by these patients: only variable intellectual disability,(More)
OBJECTIVE Evaluate epidemiology, diagnosis and outcome of de novo renal cell carcinoma in renal transplanted patients. PATIENTS AND METHOD From June 1989 to December 2007, 824 renal transplantations were carried out and followed in annual consultation by an urologist with abdominal echography or tomodensitometry. The suspect renal lesions were treated by(More)
OBJECTIVE To evaluate the proportion of surgical workload, in terms of time and number of procedures, devoted to chronic renal failure surgery in an urology and transplantation operating room. MATERIAL AND METHODS Analysis of the operative activity of the urology and transplantation operating room of Amiens Hospital over a period of one year (2003), by(More)