Stéphan Jacques Darmoni

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OBJECTIVES The number of citations an article receives after its publication not only reflects its impact on the scientific community, but also the impact of the institutions or countries in the field studied. In 1987, Garfield introduced the concept of "citation classics" for the best-cited articles. An analysis of top-cited articles coming from journals(More)
The aim of this study was to describe and to evaluate the publications of the last 30 years devoted to computer-aided decision support in clinical hepatology. The search used Medlars and references of articles. Computer-aided decision support (CADS) was classified in two categories: statistical systems and knowledge-based systems. Two specific(More)
45 patients with acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) were studied with gastrointestinal endoscopy (42 upper endoscopies and 12 colonoscopies). 28 patients had skin or buccal Kaposi's sarcoma with or without opportunistic infections and 17 had opportunistic infections. 12 patients out of 45 (27 per cent) had 1 or several Kaposi's sarcoma macroscopic(More)
The 2004 statute that created the French National Authority for Health (HAS, Haute Autorité de Santé) required it to establish a procedure for the certification of health-related web sites. The HAS established a procedure based on the HONcode certification scheme set up by the Health On the Net Foundation, with which HAS has a partnership agreement. The(More)
The aim of this study was to realize a prototype of a computer-aided decision support for prenatal visits. He has been developped on a microcomputer. We used procedural programming to represent the medical knowledge. This prototype has several interfaced units: a computerized prenatal record, the computing of quantitative variables (term, fetal biometry,(More)
The goal of this study was to evaluate the computer-aided diagnosis systems used for functional intestinal disorders published between 1970 and 1989. The methodology of all prospective studies published was evaluated using a score system of 12 items, filled in by two independent observers. A total of 10 studies were identified. None of the systems studied(More)