T Jacquemart

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A case of myxoid liposarcoma of the left atrium in a 35-year old man is reported. The tumour, revealed by an atrial flutter, was excised. The patient died 13 months later, with multiple metastases. A review of the literature yielded only 7 cases of primary liposarcoma of the heart, including 4 which were surgically treated. This confirms the extreme rarity(More)
109 subjects aged 70 years (58 women, 51 men; average age 77 years) were hospitalized in the CICU (Cardiology Intensive Care Unit) over the period stretching from 1984 to 1986. The average length of stay in the CICU was 1 week, completed by an average stay of 5 days in the cardiology department. 100 per cent of the patients were followed up. Of the clinical(More)
The authors report a case of infectious spondylodiscitis revealing a staphylococcal endocarditis in a patient with a Carpentier aortic heterograft. This case, along with 60 descriptions from the literature, has enabled them to specify the characteristics of occurrence of endocarditis during a spondylodiscitis. The clinical factors in favor of this(More)
The authors undertook a prospective electrophysiological study of 950 patients: 53 subjects considered to be "controls" since they were free of any history of syncope or faintness were identified, as well as 39 symptomatic subjects with a strong suspicion of sinus dysfunction, since no other detectable cause of fainting episodes was found by extracardiac(More)
Thirty-seven patients presenting with electro-induced supraventricular arrhythmia sustained for more than 10 min or symptomatic received an intravenous injection of flecainide acetate (1.5 mg/kg; 10 mg/min). There were 24 cases of atrial fibrillation, 13 of atrial tachysystole with more than 180 beats per minute. Electrophysiological exploration was carried(More)
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