Marc Durand-Reville

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OBJECTIVE The aim of this study was to conduct a statistical analysis to determine the outcome of conservative treatment after delivery of a first fetus in multiple pregnancy and thus define new prognostic factors. STUDY DESIGN Multicentre retrospective study involving 12 centers over a 10-year period. RESULTS Twenty-eight twin pregnancies and seven(More)
The epithelial surface of the respiratory tract is coated with a protective film of mucus secreted by epithelial goblet and submucosal gland cells. Histology of the airway mucosa and composition of secretions during the second trimester of fetal life are known to differ from the normal adult in that these secretions show similarities with those of(More)
OBJECTIVES To evaluate and compare the outcome of pregnancies in women with type 1 diabetes treated with continuous subcutaneous insulin pump or multiple insulin injections. PATIENTS AND METHODS Thirty-three patients treated with pump, 23 with multiple injections. Were mainly investigated: glycemic control (HbA1C), fetal outcome (congenital malformations,(More)
To identify and discuss the advantages of the different methods of entry into the peritoneal cavity during gynecological laparascopy in patients who have previously undergone abdominal surgical procedures. Literature review comparing the strengths of each method of entering the peritoneal cavity during gynecological laparoscopic procedures. Adhesions(More)
Laparoscopy is a surgical technique that requires fine control from the surgeon point of view. Up to this day, this experience can only be obtained by intensive training. That is why a lot of training simulators have been developed in the medical area. We present here a new approach based on a three-dimensional finite element software and an elastic(More)
Occurrence of mucinous tumors is favored by Peutz-Jeghers syndrome (PJS). A case of bilateral ovarian mucinous tumor associated with ovarian mature teratoma occurring in a 22-year-old woman with PJS was reported. Tumor cells included 5 cell types: tall columnar mucinous pale cells with neutral mucins; goblet cells with acidic nonsulfated mucins; non(More)
New surgical techniques require fine control from the surgeon's point of view. Until recently, the necessary experience was only obtainable through traditional training protocols (using cadavers, animals, etc.). However, numerous training simulators have now been developed for use in this area. We present a new approach based on a three-dimensional finite(More)
Maternal infections with hepatitis C virus, human cutomegalovirus and HIV and their management problems continue to raise concern in obstetrics. What should we recommend to decrease the incidence of hepatitis C virus congenital infection? We know that congenital human cytomegalovirus infection can lead to major neurological disease with sensorineuronal(More)