Céline Cotereau Denoiseux

Université Paris-Sud 11, Orsay, Île-de-France, France

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    ABSTRACT: Purpose: To retrospectively compare image quality and lesion detectability with two T2-weighted sequences at 1.5 Tesla (T): respiratory-triggered three-dimensional fat sat fast-spin-echo with extended echo-train acquisition (3D FSE-XETA) and respiratory-triggered two-dimensional fat-sat fast recovery fast-spin-echo (2D FRFSE). Materials and methods: MR was performed at 1.5T in 53 consecutive patients. Two radiologists blinded to the sequence details reviewed the studies to determine: (i) signal and contrast to noise ratios, (ii) overall image quality, (iii) sensitivity for focal lesion detection. Results: Image assessment scores for the 2D FRFSE sequence were significantly higher than those for the 3D FSE-XETA sequence for overall image quality (P < 0.01) and artifacts (P < 0.001). Sensitivity for liver lesion detection was higher with the 3D FSE-XETA sequence (69.3% versus 57.3%; P < 0.05) compared with the 2D FRFSE sequence. The 3D FSE-XETA sequence improves the reader confidence score (P < 0.01) for liver lesions detection. Inter-observer correlation was higher with the 3D FSE-XETA sequence. Conclusion: For T2-weighted liver imaging at 1.5T, the 3D FSE-XETA sequence improves sensitivity, reader confidence score and interobserver correlation for focal liver lesion detection, but it suffers from a lower overall image quality and higher artifacts.
    No preview · Article · Aug 2013 · Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging
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    ABSTRACT: Uterocutaneous fistula is a rare complication that may follow cesarean section. Herein is described a rare case of uterocutaneous fistula. The patient, a 28-year-old woman with a history of American Society for Reproductive Medicine stage IV endometriosis (Douglas pouch obliteration), underwent a cesarean section at 25 weeks of gestation (twin pregnancy). Postoperatively, the patient returned to the emergency service because of the appearance of pus through the cesarean section abdominal scar, and was treated for a subcutaneous abscess. Because drainage continued, the presence of a uterocutaneous fistula was suspected. Magnetic resonance imaging confirmed this diagnosis. Hysteroscopy clearly revealed the uterine neck of the fistula tract. Leuprolide acetate (gonadotropin-releasing hormone agonist) deposit suspension was administered subcutaneously monthly for 6 months. Surgery via laparoscopy and laparotomy was performed. This combined medical and conservative surgical treatment was successful. At 6-month follow-up, hysteroscopy revealed a normal uterine cavity. We conclude that magnetic resonance imaging and hysteroscopy are helpful in diagnosis of uterocutaneous fistula. Conservative surgical treatment associated with medical therapy can be an efficient procedure in women who desire subsequent pregnancies.
    No preview · Article · Mar 2012 · Journal of Minimally Invasive Gynecology
  • C. Cotereau Denoiseux · I. Boulay-Coletta · M. Zins

    No preview · Article · Oct 2009 · Journal de Radiologie
  • Céline Cotereau Denoiseux · Erick Petit · Antoine Duval · Isabelle Boulay-Coletta · Jerome Loriau · Marc Zins
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    ABSTRACT: PURPOSE/AIM 1.To Know the elements of a positive diagnosis of Intraductal papillary mucinous neoplasm of the pancreas (IPMN). 2. To Understand the contribution of 3D MR imaging of the pancreas for the positive and differential diagnosis of IPMN.. 3. To Know MR arguments of degeneration and how to monitor an IPMN. CONTENT ORGANIZATION - Pathogenesis and definitions - Clinical features and epidemiology - Diagnosis imaging criteria (Main duct type/Branch duct type) with emphasize on MRI protocol using 3D sequences - Comparison of MRI results with other imaging modalities (EUS, CT) - Differential diagnosis (serous and mucinous cystadenoma, chronic pancreatitis, pancreatic pseudocyst) - MRI assessment of malignant transformation SUMMARY The diagnosis of IPMN is based on the identification of a cystic dilatation of the pancreatic secondary ducts, communicating with the main pancreatic duct. Pancreatic 3D MR facilitates the identification of those communications. MRI is useful to monitor the IPMN, to search criteria of degeneration (pancreatic mass with endocanalar bud, majoration of the duct dilatation, calcifications, biliary fistula), and to evaluate recurrence or post-operative complications.
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