Raphaël Richard

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OBJECTIVE To assess the effectiveness of medical treatment by clinical, radiological, and biological analysis of outcome in 9 patients with aspergillus spondylodiscitis. METHODS Retrospective study including 9 patients with aspergillus discitis, in which 7 were immunosuppressed; 3 were heart transplant patients, 2 had acute lymphoblastic leukemia, 1 hairy(More)
The Bessou gait analyzer provides quantitative measurements of spatiotemporal gait parameters. The purpose of this study was to determine whether and how these parameters are influenced by age, stature, and gender. Seventy-nine normal individuals (38 males aged 20 to 80 years and 41 females aged 20 to 80 years) were divided into ten-year age groups. Males(More)
BACKGROUND Coronary aneurysms are uncommon and can exceptionally be associated with other aneurysmal localizations. CASE REPORT A 34 year-old man with a history of aneurysm of the coronary arteries revealed by myocardial infarction without a wave six months earlier, presented cerebral hemorrhage secondary to an aneurysmal rupture of the anterior(More)
Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)-associated ectatic cerebral vasculitis (HIV-AECV) is a rare form of vasculitis with diffuse fusiform aneurysms. Its pathophysiology remains poorly understood. Although extensively described in children, it is still incompletely studied in adults. Our objective was to present five adult cases with emphasis on imaging(More)
Before they give their results, the authors, whose experience of sclerosis of oesophageal varices under the oesophagoscope has so far involved 157 patients, deal specifically with the problems facing the anaesthetist and resuscitator when this technique is used, tolerance of the product injected and possible accidents. Firstly, they point out the(More)