Sylvie Hiéronimus

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OBJECTIVE To evaluate perinatal outcome in pregnancies in women with type 1 and type 2 diabetes and the influence of preconception care 10 years after the St. Vincent's declaration. RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODS A cross-sectional study was conducted in 12 perinatal centers in France in 2000-2001. The main investigated outcomes were perinatal mortality,(More)
Autoimmunity may be involved in idiopathic premature ovarian failure (POF). However, the frequency, physiopathology and potential reversibility of autoimmune oophoritis needs clarification. Using an ELISA against whole tissue homogenate as antigen, from human ovaries at different ages, positive circulating ovarian antibodies (AOA) were found in 59% of(More)
Aim. To assess the impact of iodine status in early pregnancy on thyroid function. Methods. Women >18 years old seen at their first prenatal consult before 12 weeks of amenorrhea and without personal thyroid history were proposed thyroid screening and were eligible if they had strictly normal thyroid tests (fT4 > 10th percentile, TSH < 2.5 mUI/L, negative(More)
CONTEXT The developing brain is vulnerable to iodine deficiency (ID) and environmental neuro-toxicants. OBJECTIVES To assess neurocognitive development of children whose mothers have received (or not) iodine supplementation during pregnancy, in an area of borderline ID, while assessing in utero exposure to environmental neuro-toxicants. DESIGN/PATIENTS(More)
Aim. To assess the impact of iodine status in early pregnancy on thyroid function. Methods. Women >18 years old seen at their first prenatal consult before 12 weeks of amenorrhea and without personal thyroid history were proposed thyroid screening and were eligible if they had strictly normal thyroid tests (fT4 > 10th percentile, TSH < 2.5 mUI/L, negative(More)
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