Mathieu Gibilaro

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Endoscopic ultrasonography (EUS) was performed in 40 patients with portal hypertension (PH) and in 48 control subjects. The azygous, splenic, mesenteric, and portal veins were displayed in both groups. However, esophageal and gastric varices, periesophageal and perigastric collateral veins, and submucosal gastric venules were displayed only in patients with(More)
Bone mineral density (BMD) of the vertebral spine, appendicular skeleton, and whole body was studied in male athletes who chronically trained by different forms of skeletal loading. Eighteen subjects performed weight-bearing activity (canoeists, n = 18), and 14 performed non-weight-bearing activity (cyclists, n = 14). Twenty-eight age-matched male students(More)
The purpose of this study was to examine the correlation of parameters of bone quality assessed by quantitative ultrasound (QUS) with biochemical indexes of bone resorption. QUS of the calcaneus and the hand phalanges, and biochemical parameters (urinary excretion of pyridinoline [Pyr] and deoxypyridinoline [D-Pyr]) were measured in a group of 30(More)
  • Laurent Massot, Pierre Chamelot, +5 authors P. Taxil
  • 2013
The electrochemical behaviour of nitride ions has been studied in fluoride melts (eutectic LiF–CaF2) by cyclic voltammetry and square wave voltammetry. The purpose of this work is to propose an alternative way for anodic reaction in molten fluorides processes. Thermodynamical analysis can be used for the evaluation of the anodic material regarding to its(More)
The direct electrochemical reduction of UO2 solid pellets was carried out in LiF–CaF2 (+2 mass.% Li2O) at 850 °C. An inert gold anode was used instead of the usual reactive sacrificial carbon anode. In this case, oxidation of oxide ions present in the melt yields O2 gas evolution on the anode. Electrochemical characterisations of UO2 pellets were performed(More)
In order to evaluate the effects of ipriflavone therapy, a clinical and metabolic study was carried out in a group of female patients with low bone mass. In particular, mineral density of the proximal femur was measured, this being a fundamental factor for the resistance of this district. At the end of the 12-months treatment cycle, reduced plasma(More)
The anodic behavior of Fe, Ni, Co electrodes was investigated in a cryolite-alumina melt at 960 °C, by electrochemical techniques, microstructural characterizations and thermodynamic calculations, to provide a fundamental understanding of layers formation at metal (M) electrode surface. At low overpotential, anodic dissolution of M occurs; when the M(More)
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