Catherine Ridereau-Zins's research while affiliated with Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Nancy and other places

Publications (12)

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Water-enema multidetector computed tomography (WE-MDCT) is a technique for the localization and preoperative T- and N-stage assessments of colon cancer. It may be a useful tool for planning surgery. The primary aim of this study was to evaluate the diagnostic accuracy of WE-MDCT for T-staging and its ability to locate tumors for laparoscopy plannin...
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Purpose Extent of lung contusion on initial computed tomography (CT) scan predicts the occurrence of acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) in blunt chest trauma patients. We hypothesized that lung ultrasonography (LUS) on admission could also predict subsequent ARDS. Methods Forty-five blunt trauma patients were prospectively studied. Clini...
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In old patients metastases are by far the most frequent lesion. Their detection must be planned carefully and only when the knowledge that is obtained will have therapeutic consequences. Bone scintigraphy, radiographs, computed tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), and positron emission tomography (PET) all have specific uses and indic...
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Acute pancreatitis is an inflammatory disease that is mild and resolves without serious morbidity in 80% of patients. In the remaining 20%, it is complicated by substantial morbidity and mortality. The early distinction of these two groups of patients is desirable, as it is essential for their proper management. Even though positive diagnosis of ac...
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PURPOSE to assess the performance of the WE-CT for the detection of colon cancer METHOD AND MATERIALS 191 patients (mean age 69 +/- 13) referred for a clinical suspicion of colon tumour were prospectively evaluated by WECT in a multicenter trial. They had clinical symptoms in 93.7% of the cases. WECT consisted in a helical acquisition after colon...
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LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1- To introduce contrast agents: properties, imaging methods, indications, limitations. 2-To illustrate the semiology of the typical hemodynamic patterns of focal liver lesions. 3- To get familiar with contrast ultrasound imaging. ABSTRACT Contrast-enhanced US has gained widespread acceptance in our institution. This exhibit hi...
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PURPOSE/AIM -understand the principle of photodynamic therapy in prostate cancer -describe the different early and late MRI post therapy aspects with pathological correlations CONTENT ORGANIZATION Description of dynamic phototherapy procedure with emphasis on the particularities of this focal therapy still in study for clinical validation. Pretrea...
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PURPOSE/AIM To present a contrast media CT technique in patients declared deceased after an unexplained cardiac arrest unrecovered in order to identify the ethiology of the death . To describe CT features of a vascular opacification realised under external cardiac massage as well as its limitations. CONTENT ORGANIZATION The clinical circumstances...
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PURPOSE/AIM 1. To specify the technique of WE-MDCT 2. To show how analyze colon lumen, bowel wall and pericolonic fat 3. To illustrate WE-MDCT features of some colon pathologies: tumors and inflammatory diseases CONTENT ORGANIZATION 1. Technique of Water Enema- MDCT 2. Normal findings 3. CT features of: - tumors - Crohn disease - ulcerative colit...

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... Cette méthode semble reproductible, avec une bonne concordance interobservateur et s'avère être un bon moyen de prédire la réponse tumorale des métastases hépatiques au bevacizumab (38). ...
... CTC was performed after air distension of the colon. Recently, CTC is performed using water as the endoluminal contrast [21,25,26]. Water requires good anal continence that is not possible in elderly patients. ...
... Owing to submillimeter isotropic voxels, high-quality reformatted images are obtained[5]. High-resolution images help better detect and localize colonic lesions, determine the local extent of the disease, and depict, if any, synchronous colorectal lesions and distant metastases[6]. However, this easy-to-perform imaging technique, which is well accepted by the patient, has received little attention in the literature so far[6,7]. ...
... To assess the extent of lung contusion, we used a LUS defined by Leblanc et al. [7] in each area: 0 � no contusion in the area; 1 � contusion in a part of the area; 2 � contusion in the whole area. By adding the scores of each of the eight areas, we obtained a total score ranging from 0 to 16 per patient ( Figure 2). ...