Marjorie Léonardi

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TIM (Zeppelin Chirurgische Instrumente GmbH, 82 049 Pullach, Germany) is a tomographic imaging system which enables surgeons to visualize the pathologic lesions three dimensionally in relationship to the surrounding structures. The distance and the angle between the pathologic lesion and the anatomical and/or bony landmarks as well as the volume of the mass(More)
Stereotactic guided laser-induced interstitial thermotherapy (SLITT) represents a minimal invasive method to produce necrosis in cerebral tumor tissue by local heating. The dose/response relationship relies on experimental studies and few clinical data performed in high field MR systems. A better understanding of the energy-dose/tissue response in human(More)
Stereotactic guided laser-induced interstitial thermotherapy (SLITT) is a minimal invasive method to produce thermonecrosis in cerebral tumour tissue. Clinical data are sparse due to its limited application until now and the value of this approach for tumour control and survival time remain to be defined. Twenty-four patients (7 low-grade gliomas, 11(More)
The ability of ex vivo expansion to increase the long-term repopulating capacity of a graft is still unknown. One problem is the most reliable way to quantify transplantable cells. We addressed this point in a baboon model based on autologous transplantation of serial limiting doses of non-manipulated or ex vivo-expanded mobilized CD34+ cells and determined(More)
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