Stéphanie Moisan

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OBJECTIVE A company-wide surveillance program for musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) based on the assessment of health and risk factors was implemented between 1996 and 2000 in a large shoe factory. The study aimed to compare the results of the surveillance program in 1996 and 1997 with the occurrence of MSDs in 2000. METHODS A health and ergonomic(More)
OBJECTIVES To review the complementary role and contribution of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) in gynecology diseases. RESULTS Tissue characterization can be obtained with T2, T1 weighted images before and after contrast medium injection and T1 fat sat sequences. Localization of the lesion and relationships with adjacent structures are facilitated by(More)
INTRODUCTION In France, pre-employment screening for tuberculosis (TB) is performed for healthcare workers (HCW). Screening is repeated when exposure to TB patients or infectious material occurs. The results of these TB screenings were analysed in a retrospective analysis. METHOD Tuberculin skin tests (TST) and interferon-gamma release assays(More)
A mechanism by which control DNA elements regulate transcription over large linear genomic distances is by achieving close physical proximity with genes, and looping of the intervening chromatin paths. Alterations of such regulatory 'chromatin looping' systems are likely to play a critical role in human genetic disease at large. Here, we studied the spatial(More)
Silica-associated systemic sclerosis can occur in persons using calcined diatomaceous earth for filtration purpose. A limited systemic sclerosis was diagnosed in a 52-year-old male winegrower who had a combination of Raynaud's phenomenon, oesophageal dysfunction, sclerodactyly and telangectasia. The anti-centromere antibodies titre was 1/5000. The patient(More)
PURPOSE To review the main indications and results of magnetic resonance imaging in the pregnant women. MATERIAL AND METHOD We reviewed MRI practice during the pregnancy based on our own experience in a prenatal diagnostic center and data in the literature. Rapid improvement in MRI technology has allowed more extensive use, giving a good contrast-to-noise(More)
During genital activity, physiological and pathological modifications can be observed; Pre- and postmenopausal menometror-rhagia are the principle clinical signs of various endometrial pathologies: benign (polyp, atrophy or endometrial hypertrophy), malignant (cervical or endometrial carcinoma) or neighboring pathologies (myometrium or ovary). The value and(More)
This work aimed at evaluating the effect of simulated digestive fluids, interface and lipid droplet sizes on the oxidation of oil-in-water emulsions containing long chain n-3 fatty acyls. Emulsions stabilised by a protein or by phosphatidyl-choline/Tween 80 were submitted to gastro-intestinal in vitro conditions in presence of metmyoglobin. The gastric(More)
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