Mylène Mabille

Learn More
AIMS To assess the frequency and cost of drug reactions causing or prolonging hospitalization. METHODS All patients admitted to an internal medicine ward over 6 months were evaluated to identify serious adverse reactions. The number of drug classes on admission or at the time of the adverse drug reaction (ADR) was counted. Excess ADR-related hospital stay(More)
PURPOSE To define computed tomography (CT) criteria for evaluating the response of patients with gastrointestinal stromal tumors (GIST) who are receiving Imatinib (tyrosine-kinase inhibitor therapy). MATERIALS AND METHODS This prospective CT study evaluated 107 consecutive patients with advanced metastatic GIST treated with Imatinib. RESULTS Seventy(More)
The development of hepatocellular adenomas in the liver of patients with glycogen storage disease type I is a well-known complication of the disease. Surgical procedures and perioperative managements described so far have reported persistent and important morbidity. We report here a series of six patients (three males and three females) who underwent(More)
Patent urachus cyst is a rare umbilical anomaly, which is poorly detected prenatally and frequently confounded with pseudo bladder exstrophy or omphalocele. A 27-year-old woman was referred to our prenatal diagnosis centre at 18 weeks of gestation after diagnosis of a megabladder and 2 umbilical cord cysts. Subsequent 2D, 3D and 4D ultrasound examinations(More)
Fetal hydrops and myocarditis were diagnosed in a woman at 32 weeks of gestation (WG). Transplacental enterovirus infection was suspected because all other causes of myocarditis and hydrops were excluded, it was during an endemic period, and there was a setting of maternal infection (fever a few days before). We opted for in utero treatment because of the(More)
PURPOSE To estimate radiation doses from routine pediatric CT scans (body) and to propose dose reduction protocols. MATERIAL AND METHODS [corrected] Study performed with a phantom equivalent to the body of 5 year old child with evaluation of doses delivered to breast, gonads, bone marrow (sternum, T12) and thyroid for CT examinations of the chest,(More)
A 61-year-old man was referred to us for palpitations and ventricular tachycardia. After being treated by chemotherapy for a mediastinum lymphoplasmocytic lymphoma, a ventricular tachycardia (VT) occurred. It was well tolerated. Several imaging techniques showed that this VT was related to a tumoural infiltration of the anterior part of the right ventricle(More)
Throughout the history of cardiology, physicians have attempted to treat cardiac inflammatory diseases in a multitude of different ways. In recent years, three major developments have confirmed the important role of antiinflammatory drugs in cardiology: the development of new, more powerful drugs, the advent of evidence-based medicine, and the decline of(More)
Glycogen storage disease type I (GSDI) is a rare metabolic disease due to glucose-6 phosphatase deficiency, characterized by fasting hypoglycemia. Patients also develop chronic kidney disease whose mechanisms are poorly understood. To decipher the process, we generated mice with a kidney-specific knockout of glucose-6 phosphatase (K.G6pc-/- mice) that(More)