Stéphane Bart

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P63 is a member of the p53 family, which plays a role in the differentiation of urothelium and is supposed to play a role in urothelial carcinogenesis. P53 and MIB-1 are recognised in many studies as predictive markers of progression, but few studies in the literature have examined p63. The aims of our study were to explore the expression of p63 in bladder(More)
PURPOSE We determined the functional results and morbidity of balloon (ProACT™) implants for the treatment of male stress urinary incontinence after prostate surgery. MATERIALS AND METHODS Between 2002 and 2008 a prospective, noncontrolled study was conducted. The ProACT implant consists of 2 adjustable balloons placed on either side of the native(More)
OBJECTIVE Mapping of transrectal ultrasonographic (TRUS) prostate biopsies is of fundamental importance for either diagnostic purposes or the management and treatment of prostate cancer, but the localization of the cores seems inaccurate. Our objective was to evaluate the capacities of an operator to plan transrectal prostate biopsies under 2-dimensional(More)
| Until recently, computer-aided medical interventions (CAMI) and medical robotics have focused on rigid and nondeformable anatomical structures. Nowadays, special attention is paid to soft tissues, raising complex issues due to their mobility and deformation. Mini-invasive digestive surgery was probably one of the first fields where soft tissues were(More)
In France, the prevalence of urinary incontinence is about 44%. Obesity, defined by a Body Mass Index (BMI) above 30kg/m(2), is well established as a risk factor of stress urinary incontinence. Odds ratio (OR) varies between 1.7 and 2.4. Urge or mixed incontinence also occurs in obesity. Urinary incontinence epidemiology is not well-known in obese women.(More)
Complete necrosis of the penis and scrotum due to strangulation of the external genitalia is unusually encountered in urologic emergencies. Urological conservative management is recommended. Delayed presentation is a major source of complications. We report the case of a psychotic patient, who was transferred from the emergency department in a context of(More)
Ten percent of patients with kidney cancer have associated vena cava thrombus, which is associated with a high operative morbidity. Up to now, no medical treatment has allowed regression of vena cava tumour thrombus. The authors report the case of a 62-year-old patient with left kidney cancer associated with vena cava tumour thrombus. After surgical(More)
OBJECTIVE • To evaluate the impact of urisheaths vs absorbent products (APs) on quality of life (QoL) in men with moderate to severe urinary incontinence (UI). PATIENTS AND METHODS • A randomized, controlled, crossover trial in 61 outpatient adult men with stable, moderate to severe UI, with no concomitant faecal incontinence, was conducted from June 2007(More)
INTRODUCTION Lower urinary tract disorders (LUTD) are common in Parkinson's disease (PD) and other parkinsonian syndromes (PS). They are responsible for a significant morbidity and mortality and impair patients' quality of life. The therapeutic management of these LUTD requires to know how to distinguish the PD from other PS and their epidemiology and(More)
The authors report the case of a 44-year-old man in whom a poorly differentiated primary carcinoma of the head of the epididymis was discovered incidentally. Due to the rarity of this diagnosis, a comprehensive assessment was performed looking for a primary tumour, but without success. Despite early surgical resection, the patient developed lymph-node(More)