Pascale Martin

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BACKGROUND Few studies described the actual prescribing practices of second-generation antipsychotics and their adherence to the guidelines. METHODS Our study included 90 patients among whom was prescribed a second-generation antipsychotic in our hospital between May 3rd and June 27th 2004. RESULTS The proportion of each prescribed drug was: olanzapine,(More)
BACKGROUND In 2005, following the first cancer plan of the national health authorities, a general cancer registry was established in northern France, in a territory designated as a "zone in proximity to the city of Lille" (ZPL). The aim of the present work was to evaluate the completeness of the registry's first year of incident cancer registration (2005)(More)
We describe a patient suffering from infection of the upper respiratory tract, who was treated with a dose of 4 x 4 g of piperacillin over 10 days. Two days after the end of the treatment, she developed jaundice and had elevated alkaline phosphatase, gammaglutamyltransferase and transaminases. After exclusion of viral hepatitis, a vascular problem, and gall(More)
544 Background: ASCO Tumor Marker Guidelines 2007 recommended clinical routine use of the invasion markers uPA (urokinase-type plasminogen activator) and its inhibitor PAI-1 for risk assessment in N0 breast cancer pts (Harris et al, J Clin Oncol. 2007;25:5287). Ten-year follow-up data of the confirmatory prospective clinical uPA/PAI-1 trial (CHEMO-N0) will(More)
Dravet syndrome or severe myoclonic epilepsy in infancy (SMEI) is an epileptic syndrome characterised by refractory epilepsy and intellectual disability, typically presenting with febrile and afebrile generalised and unilateral clonic/tonic-clonic seizures in the first year of life and other types of seizures appearing later in the course of the disease.(More)
PATIENTS AND METHODS In a retrospective study, the results of percutaneous transhepatic therapy of bile duct stones under cholangioscopic control (PTCS) were evaluated in 32 patients in which a endoscopic retrograde stone removal was impossible or failed. RESULTS Previous gastric surgery was the most common reason for choosing the percutaneous route (22(More)
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