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Intrapleural topical application of cisplatin with the surgical carrier Vivostat increases the local drug concentration in an immune-competent rat model with malignant pleuromesothelioma.
OBJECTIVE We sought to investigate whether intrapleural topical application of cisplatin with a surgical carrier has a prolonged local tissue level in comparison with cisplatin solution whileExpand
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Lack of influence of gender on outcomes of mechanically ventilated medical ICU patients.
STUDY OBJECTIVES Recent studies combining medical and surgical patients have suggested that mortality is higher for mechanically ventilated women than for men. This study was designed to determineExpand
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[Cutaneous revelation of Rosai-Dorfman disease: 7 cases].
BACKGROUND Rosai-Dorfman disease (RDD) is a benign form of non-Langerhans-cell histiocytosis. It is identified by a particular histological profile first observed in febrile lymph nodes. ExtranodalExpand
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Dermatomyositis: factors predicting relapse
The course of dermatomyositis (DM) can be chronic with relapses, which are associated with major morbidity.
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Impact of a store-and-forward teledermatology intervention versus usual care on delay before beginning treatment: A pragmatic cluster-randomized trial in ambulatory care
Introduction In France, 66% of patients forego getting specialized care by dermatologists because of difficulty obtaining appointments. Store-and-forward teledermatology could improve how promptlyExpand
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Exanthème maculopapuleux : penser à une infection par le virus Zika autochtone
Introduction L’infection par le virus Zika (ZikV) est repandue en Asie et en Afrique et a recemment emerge en Amerique centrale et du Sud ou plus d’un million de cas ont ete recenses. Elle estExpand
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Placenta increta occurring in a blighted ovum.
We present a rare case of placenta increta, confirmed postoperatively by pathologic analysis, occurring before 20 weeks' gestation in a blighted ovum. Hysterectomy was necessary for control ofExpand
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Cat-scratch disease and bone scintigraphy.
Cat-scratch disease is a bacterial infection caused by Bartonella henselae. Bone involvement is rare. We describe the case of a 7-year-old boy with a systemic form of the disease. He presented with aExpand
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A rare fungal infection: Phaehyphomycosis due to Veronaea botryosa and review of literature
We report a rare case of phaehyphomycosis in a 71-year-old heart transplant recipient Togo native patient. Four months after the transplant, he presented painless nodules on the right heel withExpand
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