O de Monredon

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Percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy (PEG), is an enteral feeding procedure, easy to tolerate and simple to perform. PEG appears to be an alternative to surgical gastrostomy. Used in ten patients with E.N.T. cancer, we only observe two minor complications. Advisable in a first time for the feeding of patients with palliative treatment, we propose PEG for(More)
The authors report on a case of Wegener's syndrome diagnosed fortuitously by the discovery of a perforation of the nasal septum during a bronchial fibroscopy for monitoring of a pulmonary fibrosis. In addition to the late appearance of the nasal perforation, the clinical picture includes classic polyvisceral impairment with pulmonary fibrosis,(More)
A retrospective study of the records of 392 consecutive patients prospectively operated for non-vasomotor nasal obstruction, has allowed us to identify a syndrome that we would call morphological syndrome. This is caused by anatomical deformities of the nasal septum, inferior turbinate hypertrophy frequently found being the most often only a compensation(More)
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