Eric Stéphant

Eric Stéphant
HIA Robert Picqué · Radiologie

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We conducted a controlled study to assess the prevalence of brain MRI hyperintense signals and their correlation with right-to-left shunting (RLS) in military divers. We prospectively enrolled 32 asymptomatic military divers under 41 yr of age and 32 non-diving healthy subjects matched with respect to age and vascular disease risk factors. We exami...
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A 52-year-old man who had been shot presented himself, breathless, at the emergency room. The projectile had entered in his right scapular area. No exit orifice was noticed. He was conscious and haemodynamically stable, which permitted additional …
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Dysbaric osteonecrosis (DON) is a complication that usually occurs in professional divers or compressedair workers. Its correlation with a previous musculoskeletal decompression injury (i.e., 'limb bend') remains a controversial subject. There is little information about the prevalence of DON and its relationship to decompression sickness (DCS) in...
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Decompression sickness (DCS) affecting the spinal cord is the most dangerous form of diving-related injury with potential sequelae. This study was conducted to evaluate the relationship between spinal cord lesions on MRI and clinical findings in divers with spinal DCS. We studied 45 cases of DCS that were referred to our hyperbaric facility with cl...
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Neuromyelitis optica, also known as Devic's disease, is a severe idiopathic inflammatory demyelinating disease of the central nervous system that preferentially affects the optic nerve and spinal cord. Neuromyelitis optica has long been thought of as a variant of multiple sclerosis; however, clinical, laboratory, immunological, and pathological cha...
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We report a case of inter-ventricular septal cardiac fibroma in an adult with electrocardiogram gated multi detector computed tomography (MDCT), cardiac magnetic resonance imaging characteristics, and pathologic correlation. MDCT and multiplanar reformat views provide specific informations as exact location and presence of calcifications within the...
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The role of right-to-left shunting (RLS) in spinal cord decompression sickness (DCS) remains uncertain and could differ according to the distribution of lesion in spinal cord with a higher risk of upper spinal cord involvement in divers presenting a large patent foramen ovale. The aims of this study were to assess the prevalence of RLS with transcr...
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Introduction : La neuromyélite optique de Devic est une pathologie inflammatoire démyélinisante rare qui affecte électivement le nerf optique et la moelle épinière. Longtemps considérée comme une variante de la sclérose en plaques, elle est aujourd’hui reconnue comme une pathologie bien distincte dont le traitement et le pronostic diffèrent. Obser...
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A healthy 17-year-old boy with neither a personal nor familial cardiac history saw his family physician for a routine examination before participating in an athletic competition. His systolic blood pressure was normal. On physical examination, a heart murmur was detected and the boy was sent to a cardiologist for echocardiography, which showed hype...
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Absolute alcohol nucleolysis is an interventional radiology technique performed under scopic guidance. The target is symptomatic lumbar disc herniation. Discography is first necessary to detect any minimal discal leakage which would imply discontinuing the procedure. 0.7 to 1 ml of absolute alcohol injection provides good results in terms of radicu...
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Un homme de 54 ans se plaignait depuis plusieurs mois d’une pesanteur testiculaire droite. Il n’avait pas d’antécédents médicaux ou chirurgicaux. À l’examen, le patient était apyrétique. La palpation testiculaire trouvait une grosse bourse droite avec sensation perlée de la paroi testiculaire. Une échographie permettait de faire le diagnostic d’ect...
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Absolute alcohol nucleolysis is an interventional radiology technique performed under scopic guidance. The target is symptomatic lumbar disc herniation. Discography is first necessary to detect any minimal discal leakage which would imply discontinuing the procedure. 0.7 to 1 ml of absolute alcohol injection provides good results in terms of radicu...
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We investigate the noise sensitivity in various Diffusion Tensor MRI acquisition protocols in sixteen human ex vivo hearts. In particular, we compare the accuracy of protocols with various numbers of excitations and diffusion sensitizing directions for estimating the principal diffusion directions in the myocardium. It is observed that noise sensit...
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The authors report a very rare case of gastroduodenal intussusception complicating Menetrier's disease. This uncommon condition of unknown aetiology is characterized by hyperplasia of the gastric mucosal folds. Computed Tomography (CT) in high resolution mode can be helpful for diagnosis by showing the cerebriform surface of the giant mucosal folds...
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The authors report a very rare case of gastroduodenal intussusception complicating Menetrier's disease. This uncommon condition of unknown aetiology is characterized by hyperplasia of the gastric mucosal folds. Computed Tomography (CT) in high resolution mode can be helpful for diagnosis by showing the cerebriform surface of the giant mucosal folds...
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Placement of a peripherally accessed system (PAS) is easily performed as an outpatient procedure under local anesthesia and under fluoroscopic or real-time sonographic guidance. Using such a device via the arm basalar insertion is safe and efficacious. Complications rates observed are lesser or similar to those reported for surgical insertions. We...
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Placement of a peripherally accessed system (PAS) is easily performed as an outpatient procedure under local anesthesia and under fluoroscopic or real-time sonographic guidance. Using such a device via the arm basalar insertion is safe and efficacious. Complications rates observed are lesser or similar to those reported for surgical insertions. We...
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The authors report a case of subacute combined degeneration of the cervicothoracic spinal cord involving the dorsal and lateral spinal columns, extending to the brainstem, due to cobalamin deficiency in an elderly patient. Symptoms of this subacute myelopathy are potentially reversible with early diagnosis. Presenting symptoms of this myelopathy, i...
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The authors report a case of subacute combined degeneration of the cervicothoracic spinal cord involving the dorsal and lateral spinal columns, extending to the brainstem, due to cobalamin deficiency in an elderly patient. Symptoms of this subacute myelopathy are potentially reversible with early diagnosis. Presenting symptoms of this myelopathy, i...

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