Pascale Jean-Louis

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Urinary podocyte (podocyturia) has been studied as a diagnostic marker for preeclampsia. We sought to validate its use in preeclampsia and in differentiating it from other high risk pregnancy states. We studied an obstetric population at high risk to develop preeclampsia (study group) and uncomplicated pregnancies (control group) by analyzing their urine(More)
Venous and arterial thrombosis due to a constitutional protein S deficiency is well-known. We report the case of a 36 year-old patient admitted to hospital in 1991 for primary renal vein thrombosis due to a constitutional protein S deficiency of type I. The diagnosis was made by CT scan and angiography. Left nephrectomy, which was made because of doubt with(More)
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