Mathieu Chartouni

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Catheters are routinely inserted via vessels to cavities of the heart during fluoroscopic image guided interventions for electrophysiology (EP) procedures such as ablation. During such interventions, the catheter undergoes nonrigid deformation due to physician interaction, patient's breathing, and cardiac motions. EP clinical applications can benefit from(More)
The authors discuss the results of 29 cases of tissue expansion, using 40 expanders, at the head and neck level, in an attempt to achieve a constructive self-criticism. The results have been classified into excellent (18 over 28 cases), good (4/29), fair (3/29) and poor (4/29). Complications were those usually reported: pain, infection, wound dehiscence,(More)
A study of the real morbidity after iliac bone graft harvesting was conducted on a homogenous series of 100 consecutive cases. Functional and aesthetic consequences were evaluated in relation to the immediate post-operative course and the long-term follow-up and in relation to the indication, the technique used and the amount of bone removed. Considering(More)
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