Pascal Savary

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Ten per cent of patients referred to the authors' clinic for vertigo prove to have Ménière's disease, and 93% of these are managed conservatively, leaving less than 1% of the entire population of vertigo patients to undergo an operation for Ménière's disease. Incision of the endolymphatic sac without any shunt is the operation performed by the authors.(More)
Milking postures have shifted from seated milking in tethered stalls to milking in a standing position in parlors. However, the musculoskeletal workload of dairy farmers remains high. Previous studies have shown that different working heights affect ergonomics, but they could not objectively evaluate and quantify the workload. The aim of the present study(More)
  • P Savary
  • The Journal of otolaryngology
  • 1980
The author presents the various difficulties in the formation of a bank of tympano-ossicular homografts. The difficulties are in the laws, the costs, and the technique. The question is : Are the difficulties greater than the results? After four years, the results obtained at the Hôtel Dieu in Quebec City seem to prove that if the indications remain(More)
INTRODUCTION With more than 500,000 operations per year, cataract surgery is the most performed act nowadays in France. Several techniques can be used but the phacoemulsification after micro-incision is the most common and the purpose is to put an intraocular lens into the eye. AIM To approach the direct cost of the cataract surgery and to compare it to(More)
With more than 500,000 operations per year, cataract surgery is currently the most frequently performed surgical operation in France. Several procedural techniques are described, but phacoemulsification after micro-incision is the most common. The cost and reimbursement by the French social security depend on whether the procedure is conducted on an(More)
The authors describe the case of a 20-year-old patient where the first leading symptom was hypercalcaemia. A similar case was not published so far in the Czech literature. The disease took a fulminant course and proved fatal nine days after the first symptoms of the disease. The correct diagnosis was established only by necropsy. The adverse course of the(More)
Dairy cow body size has increased over time because of breeding selection for higher milk yield, but milking stall dimensions have never been adjusted and are based on the practical experience of milking-machine manufacturers and advisory institutions. Narrow, limited milking stall dimensions might lead to behavioral changes during milking due to lack of(More)
  • P Savary
  • Canadian journal of otolaryngology
  • 1975
Following a brief historical review of the sporadic attempts to improve the total laryngectomy, the author presents a technique for reconstructive laryngectomy. This technique should be restricted to one part of the cricoid and, according to certain modifications, to the free part of the epiglottis. Using these modifications, this technique allows the neck(More)