P Galinier

Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Toulouse, Tolosa de Llenguadoc, Midi-Pyrénées, France

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    ABSTRACT: Digestive complications related to the ingestion of magnetic foreign bodies in children are increasing, especially in Asia and North America. In France, several case reports have been reported since 2008. We conducted a retrospective multicentric study to evaluate the frequency of ingestion of magnet foreign bodies and to describe the complicated cases that have occurred in France over the last 5 years. We report 40 cases of which 60% were multiple magnet ingestions. Eighty-eight percent of the children of the group who had swallowed multiple magnets needed interventional management by endoscopy (33%) or surgery (58%). Only two children (12.5%) of the group who swallowed one magnet required removal. This problem is not uncommon in France (2% of the 1132 foreign bodies investigated in the Toulouse center over 5 years), which justifies clear information for healthcare professionals and caregivers in order to avoid potential intestinal complications. We suggest interventional management or very close monitoring in the cases of multiple magnet ingestion. Meanwhile, in the majority of confirmed cases of simple magnet ingestions, we propose home monitoring. Copyright © 2014 Elsevier Masson SAS. All rights reserved.
    Archives de pediatrie : organe officiel de la Societe francaise de pediatrie. 11/2014;
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    ABSTRACT: Reconstruction of urethral strictures in children remains a challenge to the pediatric surgeon as these are often related to different rare congenital anomalies with various clinical presentations that endanger renal function and should be repaired in young children. Multiple techniques have been described for their repair. We aimed to determine whether the use of a free tubularised bladder mucosal graft associated to a prior tubeless vesicostomy was feasible and sure, as this technique of reconstruction using tubularised grafts has not been described yet in young children.
    Progrès en Urologie. 11/2014;
  • Morphologie 09/2014; 98(322):101.
  • Morphologie 09/2014; 98(322):108.
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    ABSTRACT: We report the case of a laparoscopic robot assisted left upper polar partial nephrectomy with total ureterectomy performed in a teenager. A 14 year-old girl was referred to our institution for stress urinary incontinence. The morphological assessment (ultrasound scan and uro-MRI) showed a double collecting system with a complete ureteral duplication complicated by a dysplasia of the upper moiety of the duplex left kidney and a mega ureter. The surgery started on a lateral decubitus position by the upper polar partial nephrectomy and the ureter section behind superior polar renal vessels. The patient was placed in a supine position and the mega ureter was released and sectioned at the level of the distal adynamic segment in the left uterine parameter. The transperitoneal route was chosen as it provides a large workspace and allows the dissection of the ureters into their pelvic portion by a simple repositioning of the robot ports without additional incision and without any modification of the operative field. No intraoperative and postoperative complication was noticed. Laparoscopic robotic assisted surgery in pediatric urology is increasing, and to our knowledge, we reported this technique and surgery for the first time in France and in children. In the reported case, we showed that the robotic minimally invasive surgery in children is an innovative and safe technique for the treatment of symptomatic upper urinary tract malformations.
    Progres en urologie : journal de l'Association francaise d'urologie et de la Societe francaise d'urologie. 08/2014;
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    ABSTRACT: Intussusceptions in infants and children are a medical and surgical emergency. A seasonal pattern, with fall and winter predominance, is usually taught in medical schools, but in France the epidemiological characteristics of intussusceptions are not clearly described. We conducted a retrospective study concerning children with idiopathic ileocolic intussusceptions admitted and treated at our institution (Emergency Department and Pediatric Surgery Department, Toulouse University Hospital) between January 2002 and December 2011. The main purpose was to evaluate the seasonality of intussusceptions. We describe the sex ratio, age of occurrence, rate of recurrence, and rate of failed enema reduction. A total of 306 idiopathic ileocolic intussusceptions (280 patients) were included over a 10-year period with an average of 31 cases per year [21-42]. No seasonal pattern of intussusceptions or fall/winter predominance was shown (P=0.6) in the cumulative number of monthly cases: 24% of the intussusceptions occurred during fall, 21% during winter, 29% during spring, and 27% during summer. There were two peaks: April (35 cases over 10 years) and June (34 cases). The mean age was 18.7 months [2.3-159.4]: 19.5 months [3-159.4] in boys and 14.8 months [2.3-77.5] for girls (P=0.02). Two peaks were shown: one between six and nine months, the other one between 18 and 21 months. Male children had a higher incidence than female children: the sex ratio was 2:1, with 65.4% boys and 34.6% girls (P=0.0003), with an increasing sex ratio for older children. The recurrence rate was 8.2% among all (26 recurrences): 10.1% in boys and 4.9% in girls (P=0.08). The rate of surgery after failed enema reduction was 7.5% (21/280 children). There was no case of recurrence after operation. These results were consistent with previous reports. We did not show any seasonal pattern of idiopathic ileocolic intussusceptions in our patients. A new survey of childhood intussusceptions would be relevant to confirm these results and would make it possible to modify academic teachings about seasonality in intussusceptions.
    Archives de Pédiatrie 03/2014; · 0.36 Impact Factor
  • O. Abbo, F. Vaysse, E. Bieth, P. Galinier
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    ABSTRACT: Van der Woude syndrome is known to be the first syndromic cause of oral cleft. Apart clefts the cardinal signs are lower lip pits and hypodontia. IRF6 gene mutations have been recently identified as potential cause in this syndrome which permits to better understand its phenotype heterogeneity. Based on a literature review, we tried to cover the different aspects of this syndrome with an emphasis on genetic counselling and surgical correction of lip pits.
    Annales de Chirurgie Plastique Esthétique 01/2014; 59(1):81–84. · 0.32 Impact Factor
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    ABSTRACT: We report the case of a laparoscopic robot assisted left upper polar partial nephrectomy with total ureterectomy performed in a teenager. A 14 year-old girl was referred to our institution for stress urinary incontinence. The morphological assessment (ultrasound scan and uro-MRI) showed a double collecting system with a complete ureteral duplication complicated by a dysplasia of the upper moiety of the duplex left kidney and a mega ureter. The surgery started on a lateral decubitus position by the upper polar partial nephrectomy and the ureter section behind superior polar renal vessels. The patient was placed in a supine position and the mega ureter was released and sectioned at the level of the distal adynamic segment in the left uterine parameter. The transperitoneal route was chosen as it provides a large workspace and allows the dissection of the ureters into their pelvic portion by a simple repositioning of the robot ports without additional incision and without any modification of the operative field. No intraoperative and postoperative complication was noticed. Laparoscopic robotic assisted surgery in pediatric urology is increasing, and to our knowledge, we reported this technique and surgery for the first time in France and in children. In the reported case, we showed that the robotic minimally invasive surgery in children is an innovative and safe technique for the treatment of symptomatic upper urinary tract malformations.
    Progrès en Urologie. 01/2014;
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    ABSTRACT: Introduction Intussusceptions in infants and children are a medical and surgical emergency. A seasonal pattern, with fall and winter predominance, is usually taught in medical schools, but in France the epidemiological characteristics of intussusceptions are not clearly described. Methods We conducted a retrospective study concerning children with idiopathic ileocolic intussusceptions admitted and treated at our institution (Emergency Department and Pediatric Surgery Department, Toulouse University Hospital) between January 2002 and December 2011. The main purpose was to evaluate the seasonality of intussusceptions. We describe the sex ratio, age of occurrence, rate of recurrence, and rate of failed enema reduction. Results A total of 306 idiopathic ileocolic intussusceptions (280 patients) were included over a 10-year period with an average of 31 cases per year [21–42]. No seasonal pattern of intussusceptions or fall/winter predominance was shown (P = 0.6) in the cumulative number of monthly cases: 24% of the intussusceptions occurred during fall, 21% during winter, 29% during spring, and 27% during summer. There were two peaks: April (35 cases over 10 years) and June (34 cases). The mean age was 18.7 months [2.3–159.4]: 19.5 months [3–159.4] in boys and 14.8 months [2.3–77.5] for girls (P = 0.02). Two peaks were shown: one between six and nine months, the other one between 18 and 21 months. Male children had a higher incidence than female children: the sex ratio was 2:1, with 65.4% boys and 34.6% girls (P = 0.0003), with an increasing sex ratio for older children. The recurrence rate was 8.2% among all (26 recurrences): 10.1% in boys and 4.9% in girls (P = 0.08). The rate of surgery after failed enema reduction was 7.5% (21/280 children). There was no case of recurrence after operation. Conclusion These results were consistent with previous reports. We did not show any seasonal pattern of idiopathic ileocolic intussusceptions in our patients. A new survey of childhood intussusceptions would be relevant to confirm these results and would make it possible to modify academic teachings about seasonality in intussusceptions.
    Archives de Pédiatrie. 01/2014;
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    ABSTRACT: Urethral prolapse (UP) is a complete eversion of the distal urethral mucosa through the external meatus. UP must be distinguished by examination from trauma, prolapsed ureterocele, tumors or sexual abuse. Its management remains controversial. The aim of the study was to promote the benefits of primary surgical management for UP. A retrospective multicenter review of children who received surgery for UP between 1991 and 2011 was carried out. Non-complicated UP was primarily treated conservatively. A total of 19 patients were referred for complicated UP and underwent resection of the prolapsed urethral mucosa. The mean delay in diagnosis was 2.2 days (range 1-6) and the most common symptoms were vaginal spotting and bleeding. No predisposing factor was found, but most patients had a mean weight, height and BMI greater than the 50th percentile. All patients underwent surgery successfully. One patient experienced a complication, i.e., dysuria. There was no case of recurrence after a mean 28 months of follow-up. Early detection is based on bedside examination. The first-line treatment strategy for uncomplicated UP should be conservative management. Surgical resection is safe and effective for patients with significant symptoms.
    Journal of pediatric urology 07/2013; · 1.38 Impact Factor
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    ABSTRACT: Introduction The objective of this study was to evaluate the clinical outcome of primary megaureters and to evaluate predictive factor for surgery need based on ultrasound values. Methods A total of 43 primary obstructive megaureters detected in 41 patients have been evaluated between January 2000 and may 2010. Results Mostly boys (73%) were concerned by megaureters, mainly on the left side (66%). Twenty patients were prenatally diagnosed. Surgical indications were: pyonephrosis (3), recurrent pyelonephritis (14), scintigraphic damage (3), ureteric diameter aggravation (7), disease occurring on unique kidney (2). Regarding the 30 patients who benefit surgery, the retrovesical ureter measured, before surgery 19.15 mm (±7.17) on average and 3.18 mm, 44 months later. Over the 10 patients treated medically, the initial diameter was 9.91 mm and at the end of the study, five patients had megaureter completely regressed, three patients had a diameter greater than 10 mm at the end of the study and two faced a worsening evolution with sudden and complete renal damage on scintigraphic nephrogram, after recurrent pyelonephritis despite antibioprophylaxis. Conclusion We recommend a careful watch-fulling of primary megaureters; mainly for those with recurrent infections and whenever the retrovesical ureter diameter exceeds 14 mm at first ultrasound.
    Progrès en Urologie. 06/2013; 23(7):470–473.
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    ABSTRACT: The objective of this study was to evaluate the clinical outcome of primary megaureters and to evaluate predictive factor for surgery need based on ultrasound values. A total of 43 primary obstructive megaureters detected in 41 patients have been evaluated between January 2000 and may 2010. Mostly boys (73%) were concerned by megaureters, mainly on the left side (66%). Twenty patients were prenatally diagnosed. Surgical indications were: pyonephrosis (3), recurrent pyelonephritis (14), scintigraphic damage (3), ureteric diameter aggravation (7), disease occurring on unique kidney (2). Regarding the 30 patients who benefit surgery, the retrovesical ureter measured, before surgery 19.15mm (±7.17) on average and 3.18mm, 44 months later. Over the 10 patients treated medically, the initial diameter was 9.91mm and at the end of the study, five patients had megaureter completely regressed, three patients had a diameter greater than 10mm at the end of the study and two faced a worsening evolution with sudden and complete renal damage on scintigraphic nephrogram, after recurrent pyelonephritis despite antibioprophylaxis. We recommend a careful watch-fulling of primary megaureters; mainly for those with recurrent infections and whenever the retrovesical ureter diameter exceeds 14mm at first ultrasound.
    Progrès en Urologie 06/2013; 23(7):470-3. · 0.80 Impact Factor
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    ABSTRACT: Urethral prolapse is a complete eversion of the distal urethral mucosa through the external meatus. It occurs primarily in prepubertal, primarly Black girls. Its pathophysiology has not been clearly identified. We report a case of a 5-year-old girl who came to the Emergency Department with a 1-day history of genital pain and “vaginal bleeding”. Early recognition makes differential diagnosis with sexual abuse and staging allows prompt management under general anesthesic like prolapse reduction or surgical excision.
    Gynécologie Obstétrique & Fertilité 06/2013; 41(6):404–406. · 0.55 Impact Factor
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    ABSTRACT: Urethral prolapse is a complete eversion of the distal urethral mucosa through the external meatus. It occurs primarily in prepubertal, primarly Black girls. Its pathophysiology has not been clearly identified. We report a case of a 5-year-old girl who came to the Emergency Department with a 1-day history of genital pain and "vaginal bleeding". Early recognition makes differential diagnosis with sexual abuse and staging allows prompt management under general anesthesic like prolapse reduction or surgical excision.
    Gynécologie Obstétrique & Fertilité 05/2013; · 0.55 Impact Factor
  • S. Sanson, Q. Ballouhey, O. Abbo, P. Galinier
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    ABSTRACT: Introduction Anterior urethral injuries are a rare entity in the pediatric age group. Data of the literature are limited to the injuries of the posterior urethra. The aim of this study was to take stock of the initial management of this disease, from our experience and data of the literature. Patients and methods A literature review and a retrospective study were conducted. We used our department database to find all the patients treated for anterior urethral injuries at the Children's Hospital of Toulouse between 2000 and 2011. Data on patients with trauma of the anterior urethra were analysed. Results Among the 13 patients treated for urethral injuries, seven patients had trauma to the anterior urethra. The initial symptom was an acute retention of urine in three cases (43%) and urethral bleeding in six cases (85%). All patients with acute retention of urine had emergency management consisting in endoscopic realignment and urinary diversion by suprapubic catheter. Patients with hematuria were treated with paracetamol and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory. After a mean follow-up of 507 days (332–893), none had dysuria and no posttraumatic stenosis has been demonstrated in uroflowmetry. Conclusion In our experience, the trauma of the anterior urethra of the child had a satisfactory development through appropriate management. Clinical and uroflometry follow-up is necessary.
    Progrès en Urologie. 05/2013; 23(6):410–414.
  • S Sanson, Q Ballouhey, O Abbo, P Galinier
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    ABSTRACT: Anterior urethral injuries are a rare entity in the pediatric age group. Data of the literature are limited to the injuries of the posterior urethra. The aim of this study was to take stock of the initial management of this disease, from our experience and data of the literature. A literature review and a retrospective study were conducted. We used our department database to find all the patients treated for anterior urethral injuries at the Children's Hospital of Toulouse between 2000 and 2011. Data on patients with trauma of the anterior urethra were analysed. Among the 13 patients treated for urethral injuries, seven patients had trauma to the anterior urethra. The initial symptom was an acute retention of urine in three cases (43%) and urethral bleeding in six cases (85%). All patients with acute retention of urine had emergency management consisting in endoscopic realignment and urinary diversion by suprapubic catheter. Patients with hematuria were treated with paracetamol and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory. After a mean follow-up of 507 days (332-893), none had dysuria and no posttraumatic stenosis has been demonstrated in uroflowmetry. In our experience, the trauma of the anterior urethra of the child had a satisfactory development through appropriate management. Clinical and uroflometry follow-up is necessary.
    Progrès en Urologie 05/2013; 23(6):410-4. · 0.80 Impact Factor
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    ABSTRACT: Mediastinal cysts are uncommon prenatal findings. Mostly detected as isolated and non-compressing entities, they don’t compromise the course of gestation. Massive lesions can compress vital structures, resulting in fetal demise. Thus, close follow-up with sonographic monitoring is recommended until birth. Non-hydroptic fetuses can be managed expectantly. Definitive etiology is known after surgical resection only. We present the first case of posterior mediastinal teratoma associated with severe vertebral abnormalities. After CT scan and fetal MRI, medical termination of pregnancy was decided. Histological examination revealed an immature teratoma. With this unique case report, we discuss the optimal prenatal management of mediastinal cysts.
    Gynecologie Obstetrique & Fertilite - GYNECOL OBSTET FERTIL. 05/2013;
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    ABSTRACT: Introduction Acute scrotal pain is a true surgical emergency as patients presenting with acute scrotal pain may suffer from spermatic cord torsion and gonadal loss. We assessed whether the type of consultation (first consultation in our center or secondary transfer from a peripheral hospital or primary care practice), distance from home to hospital, and duration of pain had an impact on the orchiectomy rate. Patients and methods We retrospectively reviewed the medical records of all patients under 15 years of age suffering from acute scrotal pain who had surgical exploration between January 2007 and January 2010 in our center. Patient demographics, transfer status, time to consultation in our center, time to surgery, operative findings and clinical outcome were reviewed. Results Of the 76 patients with acute scrotal pain in whom surgical exploration was performed, 59 had acute spermatic cord torsion, 16 had torsion of the testicular appendage, and 1 had orchitis. In patients with acute spermatic cord torsion, the median age was 13 years (range: 0.18–14.97). In patients with acute spermatic cord torsion, 32 came straight to our center (direct admission group, 54.2%), and 27 (45.8%) came after a prior consultation out of side the center (transfer group). The median journey was 19 km (range: 2.5–113) in the direct admission group and 44 km (range: 2.5–393) in the transfer group (P = 0.0072). The median time between pain onset and consultation at our center was 4.3 h (range: 0.5–48) in the direct admission group, and 11 h (range: 2–48) in the transfer group (P = 0.6139). The median time between admission at our center and surgery was 2.5 h, with no difference between the 2 groups (P = 0.8789). The orchiectomy rate was 25% in the direct admission group and 14.8% in the transfer group (P = 0.5177). In children who underwent orchiectomy, the duration of pain was consistently over 6 h. The duration of pain was greater in patients with orchiectomy (12 h [range: 1–72]) than in patients without orchiectomy (12 h [range: 6–48]; P = 0.0001). Conclusion In this study, the orchiectomy rate depended on the duration of pain but not on transfer status. Acute scrotal pain must lead to surgical exploration as soon as possible, requiring close collaboration between peripheral hospitals, primary care physicians, and referral centers.
    Archives de Pédiatrie. 04/2013; 20(4):364–368.
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    ABSTRACT: Introduction Blunt trauma of the pancreas represents a significant part of abdomen trauma in children with an incidence estimated at around 10%. If the conservative management is widely accepted concerning the stages I and II, it remains controversial concerning stages III and IV. The aim of our study was to perform a descriptive analysis of the nonoperative management, with a focus on the occurrence of pseudocysts.Materials and Methods The charts of the patients treated in our center for pancreatic trauma from 1990 to 2010 have been reviewed. It was defined by an initial lipase greater than three times the norm and an abnormal computed tomography scan.Results A total of 36 patients were included, with 26 boys (72%) and 10 girls (28%) with an average age of 8.7 years. The trauma was isolated in 13 cases (36.1%) and in 23 cases, there were other associated lesions (mainly liver [n = 9] and spleen [n = 5]). Pancreatic injuries were graded as follows: I (n = 21), II (n = 2), III (n = 7), and IV (n = 6). Pseudocysts occurred in 11 patients (30.5%) mainly in grades III (n = 3) and IV (n = 7), with an average delay of 17 days. Initial management of pseudocysts was conservative in six patients (54.6%), whereas five patients required mimi-invasive procedures.Conclusion Nonoperative management remains a safe way to treat pancreatic injuries despite an average 30% rate of pseudocyst (PC) appearance. It allows a reduction in the number of children who required procedures to less than half of the patients where PC occurred. Furthermore, these procedures were exclusively mini-invasive.
    European Journal of Pediatric Surgery 02/2013; · 0.84 Impact Factor
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    ABSTRACT: INTRODUCTION: Acute scrotal pain is a true surgical emergency as patients presenting with acute scrotal pain may suffer from spermatic cord torsion and gonadal loss. We assessed whether the type of consultation (first consultation in our center or secondary transfer from a peripheral hospital or primary care practice), distance from home to hospital, and duration of pain had an impact on the orchiectomy rate. PATIENTS AND METHODS: We retrospectively reviewed the medical records of all patients under 15years of age suffering from acute scrotal pain who had surgical exploration between January 2007 and January 2010 in our center. Patient demographics, transfer status, time to consultation in our center, time to surgery, operative findings and clinical outcome were reviewed. RESULTS: Of the 76 patients with acute scrotal pain in whom surgical exploration was performed, 59 had acute spermatic cord torsion, 16 had torsion of the testicular appendage, and 1 had orchitis. In patients with acute spermatic cord torsion, the median age was 13 years (range: 0.18-14.97). In patients with acute spermatic cord torsion, 32 came straight to our center (direct admission group, 54.2%), and 27 (45.8%) came after a prior consultation out of side the center (transfer group). The median journey was 19km (range: 2.5-113) in the direct admission group and 44km (range: 2.5-393) in the transfer group (P=0.0072). The median time between pain onset and consultation at our center was 4.3h (range: 0.5-48) in the direct admission group, and 11h (range: 2-48) in the transfer group (P=0.6139). The median time between admission at our center and surgery was 2.5h, with no difference between the 2 groups (P=0.8789). The orchiectomy rate was 25% in the direct admission group and 14.8% in the transfer group (P=0.5177). In children who underwent orchiectomy, the duration of pain was consistently over 6h. The duration of pain was greater in patients with orchiectomy (12h [range: 1-72]) than in patients without orchiectomy (12h [range: 6-48]; P=0.0001). CONCLUSION: In this study, the orchiectomy rate depended on the duration of pain but not on transfer status. Acute scrotal pain must lead to surgical exploration as soon as possible, requiring close collaboration between peripheral hospitals, primary care physicians, and referral centers.
    Archives de Pédiatrie 02/2013; · 0.36 Impact Factor