P Laudenbach

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A statistical study compared a group of 38 patients with clinically and bacteriologically confirmed bacterial pneumonia with a control group of 33 subjects. Results facted to demonstrate any significant role for buccodental infection in the genesis of bronchopulmonary infections capable of inciting stomatologists to adopt drastic measures with respect to(More)
The enlarged parotid glands seen in both poor nutritional states and in women with amenorrhea have always been considered to be separate entities. Thirteen observations are reported of a syndrome consisting of dysorexia (or anorexia), swelling of the salivary glands (sialomegaly), and menstrual disturbances (hypomenorrhea or amenorrhea). This syndrome can(More)
139 salivary gland biopsies have been studied in patients with Sjögren's syndrome. Histologically, we classified labial salivary gland injuries (127 cases) in 3 groups based on striated duct distension: first, some tubular ectasia with few interstitial lymphoid cells; second, much ectasia associated with many lymphoid cells and early pericanalar sclerosis;(More)
On the strength of three new cases, it is suggested that the term "calcifying parotiditis" must be replaced by "salivary calcinosis". This suggestion is based on clinical and pathological grounds. An analysis of 11 cases of salivary calcinosis encountered in the last eight years points to clinical analogies between this condition and Gougerot-Sjögren's(More)
A schedule for radiological exploration of the temporomandibular joint is proposed which is simple, easily reproducible from one subject to another, under any circumstances, and which employs a restricted number of projections. It can also be used for complete examination of the dental arches, the mandible, and the total face, a series which cannot be(More)