Paul Bazeries's research while affiliated with Hôpital Universitaire Necker and other places

Publications (5)

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Hepatic cysts (HC) are sac-like structures mainly filled with liquid and showing a distinct membrane. They are usually found incidentally through imaging. A wide spectrum of imaging patterns may be observed for common and uncommon, neoplastic and non-neoplastic diseases. While simple hepatic cysts occur frequently and do not require any treatment o...
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Objectives Advanced chronic liver disease is frequent yet largely underdiagnosed. Doppler-US is a common examination and we recently identified three simple Doppler-US signs associated with severe liver fibrosis. Recent Doppler-US devices include elastography modules, allowing for liver stiffness measurement (LSM). Our aim was to assess whether the...
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Objective: To report our clinical practice regarding a case series of retained products of conception (RPOC) with marked vascularity (MV) managed with selective uterine artery embolization (UAE) as first-line treatment. Methods: This was a monocentric, retrospective study of 31 consecutive cases of RPOC with MV diagnosed by Doppler ultrasound in...

Citations

... The spleen is a susceptible organ to these complex pathophysiological alterations and responds quickly and significantly in the form of splenomegaly (10,11). It has been demonstrated that the splenic volume (SV) is closely associated with the severity of cirrhosis and PH (12,13). In addition, the presence and the magnitude of splenomegaly has been shown to be a reliable predictor for liver failure and overall survival in HCC patients who undergo hepatectomy (11). ...
... Based on a case series study and corresponding literature review, Chauleur et al. found that uterine artery embolization was safe and effective for postpartum hemorrhage caused by placenta accreta (Chauleur et al. 2008). To our knowledge, few studies (Bazeries et al. 2017;Kimura et al. 2020;Jiang et al. 2020;Takeda and Koike 2017) specifically report the use of TAE for treatment of retained placenta, although the use of TAE in postpartum hemorrhage is well described as a safe and effective treatment option. Furthermore, characteristic angiographic features of retained placenta have not yet been elucidated although successful embolization requires recognition of the target lesion on angiography. ...