Nathalie ROUX

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In October 2013, autochthonous dengue fever was diagnosed in a laboratory technician in Bouches-du-Rhone, southern France, a department colonised by Aedes albopictus since 2010. After ruling out occupational contamination, we identified the likely chain of local vector-borne transmission from which the autochthonous case arose. Though limited, this second(More)
To prevent an endless debate between those supporting an intrinsic deficit versus an environmental deficit, the adolescent's problem has been seen here as both an individual problem and the metaphorical expression of a family problem. The intricacy of this two-faceted problem appears vividly with borderline and immature adolescents. Both the adolescent and(More)
With production activity tending rapidly towards international fragmentation, this study examines the consequences for labour countries of the forms of specialisation brought about by fragmentation processes. It further addresses the risk that fragmented sectors may become excluded from greater developments within the manufacturing industry as a whole. An(More)
The records of 236 adolescents (116 males and 120 females) admitted to an inpatient psychiatric unit over an eight-year period were retrospectively reviewed to determine the characteristics of patients with a discharge diagnosis of bipolar disorder. Forty-two patients had a diagnosis of an affective disorder, including 18 patients (nine males and nine(More)
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