Philippe Bécade

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Some ideas emphazied by RENARD and his collaborators were rediscovered.--Anastomosis doesnt always signify compensation and it is often difficult to appreciate the functional importance of the anastomoses shown by arteriographies.--The most valuable compensations are made by short ways. Long ways only come into action when the shorter are obliterated.(More)
A clinical and radiological study searching for a dental or oral infection was performed on thirty six patients before arterial reconstruction by prosthesis. Potential oral or dental infection was found in 16 cases and dental extraction was performed. Previous studies confirmed the interest of oral or dental examination before any vascular prosthesis, which(More)
In reference to four particular cases where a venous thrombosis associated with the use of oral contraceptives, the authors review the various factors of this problem. The importance of the concomitant use of tobacco as well as risk factors such as hyperlipidemia and hypertension, are especially stressed. These four cases, almost of an experimental nature,(More)
UNLABELLED Two groups of patients were studied: Twelve retroperitoneal iliac, and 20 abdominal aortic surgery with aortic clamping and bypass graft. Anesthesia was: Pure thoracic epidural T10-T11 for all iliac and 3 aortic surgery. Epidural thoracic plus light general anesthesia for 12 aortic surgery. Classic balanced anesthesia for 5 patients only. Rate of(More)
The authors introduce the concept of covering myoplasty in the treatment of infected cutaneous vascular prosthesis, either in the inguinal region or in the abdominal portion of an axillo-femoral graft. After describing their technique, they briefly review the main procedures described up to the present time and the potential role of myoplasty.