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Réunion des médecins de la consultation pour revue systématique des évaluations sexologiques, 1h. Elle portait une robe de brocart bleu et argent, avec un petit chapeau à plume. Prix et distinctions scientifiques, dates. Appel à projets conjoint pour des échanges de chercheur. Édouard IV d'Angleterre, né le 28 avril , fut roi d'Angleterre de à The region around Rennes and the south are the more attractive areas, whereas the population is declining in the centre and in the westernmost parts.

They replaced or absorbed the Neanderthals and developed local industries , similar to the Châtelperronian or to the Magdalenian. After the last glacial period , the warmer climate allowed the area to become heavily wooded.

At that time, Brittany was populated by relatively large communities who started to change their lifestyles from a life of hunting and gathering, to become settled farmers. Agriculture was introduced during the 5th millennium BC by migrants from the south and east. However, the Neolithic Revolution in Brittany did not happen due to a radical change of population, but by slow immigration and exchange of skills.

Neolithic Brittany is characterised by important megalithic production , and it is sometimes designated as the "core area" of megalithic culture. The Morbihan département , on the southern coast, comprises a large share of these structures, including the Carnac stones and the Broken Menhir of Er Grah in the Locmariaquer megaliths , the largest single stone erected by Neolithic people.

During the protohistorical period , Brittany was inhabited by five Celtic tribes: Those people had strong economic ties to the Insular Celts , especially for the tin trade. Several tribes also belonged to an "Armorican confederation " which, according to Julius Caesar , gathered the Curiosolitae , the Redones , the Osismii , the Unelli , the Caletes , the Lemovices and the Ambibarii.

The region became part of the Roman Republic in 51 BC. It was included in the province of Gallia Lugdunensis in 13 BC. Gallic towns and villages were redeveloped according to Roman standards, and several cities were created. Together with Fanum Martis Corseul , they were the capitals of the local civitates. They all had a grid plan and a forum , and sometimes a temple, a basilica , thermae or an aqueduct , like Carhaix.

The Romans also built three major roads through the region. However, most of the population remained rural. The free peasants lived in small huts, whereas the landowners and their employees lived in proper villae rusticae. The Gallic deities continued to be worshiped, and were often assimilated to the Roman gods.

Only a small number of statues depicting Roman gods were found in Brittany, and most of the time they combine Celtic elements. During the 3rd century AD, the region was attacked several times by Franks , Alamanni and pirates.

At the same time, the local economy collapsed and many farming estates were abandoned. To face the invasions, many towns and cities were fortified, like Nantes , Rennes and Vannes. Toward the end of the 4th century, the Britons of what is now Wales and the South-Western peninsula of Great Britain began to emigrate to Armorica.

The history behind such an establishment is unclear, but medieval Breton, Angevin and Welsh sources connect it to a figure known as Conan Meriadoc. Welsh literary sources assert that Conan came to Armorica on the orders of the Roman usurper Magnus Maximus , [a] who sent some of his British troops to Gaul to enforce his claims and settled them in Armorica.

This account was supported by the Counts of Anjou, who claimed descent from a Roman soldier [b] expelled from Lower Brittany by Conan on Magnus's orders. Regardless of the truth of this story, Brythonic British Celtic settlement probably increased during the Anglo-Saxon invasion of Britain in the 5th and 6th centuries.

Scholars such as Léon Fleuriot have suggested a two-wave model of migration from Britain which saw the emergence of an independent Breton people and established the dominance of the Brythonic Breton language in Armorica.

Although the details remain confused, these colonies consisted of related and intermarried dynasties which repeatedly unified as by the 7th-century Saint Judicaël before splintering again according to Celtic inheritance practices.

The area was finally consolidated in the s under Nominoe in resistance to Frankish control. The Alans were placed front and centre, opposite the Huns. The Armoricans supplied archers who attacked the Huns' front lines during the main battle and thwarted Attila's night assault on the Roman camp with a hail of arrows "like rain". After the battle was won, Aetius sent the Alans to Armorica and Galicia. The late 5th century Brittonic leader Riothamus received correspondence from the eminent Roman jurist Sidonius Apollinaris and was called "King of the Britons" by Jordanes.

Some suggest that he was a Breton, though others believe that he was from Britain, pointing to the passage that he arrived in the land of the Biturges "by way of Ocean", which would hardly have been efficient or required for a Breton. Both historians describe Riothamus's losing battle against King Euric of the Visigoths at Déols around the year In response to a plea from the Roman Emperor Anthemius , Riothamus had led twelve thousand men to establish a military presence in Bourges in central Gaul, but was betrayed by Arvandus , the Praetorian Prefect of Gaul, and subsequently ambushed by Euric's army.

According to Breton king-lists, Riotham survived and reigned as Prince of Domnonia until his death sometime between and , though this may have been a different person.

At the beginning of the medieval era, Brittany was divided between three kingdoms, Domnonea , Cornouaille and Broërec. These realms eventually merged into a single state during the 9th century. His son Erispoe secured the independence of the new kingdom of Brittany and won the Battle of Jengland against Charles the Bald. The Bretons won another war in , and the kingdom reached then its maximum extent: Brittany was heavily attacked by the Vikings at the beginning of the 10th century.

The kingdom lost its eastern territories, including Normandy and Anjou , and the county of Nantes was given to Fulk I of Anjou in Several Breton lords helped William the Conqueror to invade England and received large estates there e. William's double-second cousin Alan Rufus and the latter's brother Brian of Brittany.

Some of these lords were powerful rivals. Medieval Brittany was far from being a united nation. The French king maintained envoys in Brittany, alliances contracted by local lords often overlapped and there was no specific Breton consciousness.

For example, Brittany replaced Latin with French as its official language in the 13th century, years before France did so itself, and the Breton language never had any formal status. The foreign policy of the duchy changed many times; the dukes were usually independent but they often contracted alliances with England or France.

Their support for each nation became very important during the 14th century, because the English kings then started to claim the French throne. The Montforts won in and enjoyed a period of total independence until the end of the Hundred Years' War, because France was weakened and stopped sending royal envoys to the Court of Brittany.

However, Brittany lost the Mad War against France in , mostly because of its internal divisions which were exacerbated by the corruption at the court of Francis II, Duke of Brittany. Indeed, some Breton lords were fighting on the French side. Nonetheless, she married the Holy Roman Emperor in , but this led to a severe crisis with France. He eventually married Anne of Brittany. After he died childless, the duchess had to marry his heir and cousin Louis XII.

Anne unsuccessfully tried to preserve Breton independence, but she died in and the union between the two crowns was formally carried out by Francis I in He granted several privileges to Brittany, such as exemption from the gabelle , a tax on salt which was very unpopular in France.

From the 15th to the 18th century, Brittany reached an economic golden age. Local seaports like Brest and Saint-Brieuc quickly expanded, and Lorient , first spelled "L'Orient", was founded in the 17th century. Saint-Malo was then known for its corsairs , Brest was a major base for the French Navy and Nantes flourished with the Atlantic slave trade. On its side, the inland provided hemp ropes and canvas and linen sheets. However, Colbertism , which encouraged the creation of many factories, did not favour the Breton industry because most of the royal factories were opened in other provinces.

Moreover, several conflicts between France and England led the latter to restrain its trade, and the Breton economy went into recession during the 18th century. Two significant revolts occurred in the 17th and 18th centuries: Both arose from attempts to resist centralisation and assert Breton constitutional exceptions to tax.

The Duchy was legally abolished during the French Revolution , in , and divided into five departments. Brittany also lost all its privileges. Three years later, the area became a centre of royalist and Catholic resistance to the Revolution during the Chouannerie.

During the 19th century, Brittany remained in economic recession, and many Bretons emigrated to other French regions, particularly to Paris. This trend remained strong until the beginning of the 20th century.

Nonetheless, the region was also modernising, with new roads and railways being built, and some places being industrialised. Nantes specialised in shipbuilding and food processing sugar, exotic fruits and vegetables, fish The region remained deeply Catholic, and during the Second Empire , the conservative values were strongly reasserted. When the Republic was re-established in , there were rumours that Breton troops were mistrusted and mistreated at Camp Conlie during the Franco-Prussian War because of fears that they were a threat to the Republic.

During the 19th century, the Breton language started to decline precipitously, mainly because of the Francization policy conducted under the Third Republic. On one hand, children were not allowed to speak Breton at school, and were punished by teachers if they did. Famously, signs in schools read: However, the audience of these movements remained very low and their ideas did not reach a large public until the 20th century. The Seiz Breur movement, created in , permitted a Breton artistic revival [28] but its ties with Nazism and the collaborationism of the Breton National Party during World War II weakened Breton nationalism in the post-war period.

Brittany lost , men during the First World War. However, the areas around Saint-Nazaire and Lorient only surrendered on 10 and 11 May , several days after the German capitulation. The two port towns had been virtually destroyed by Allied air raids, like Brest and Saint-Malo , and other towns, such as Nantes and Rennes , had also suffered.

In , Brittany was legally reconstituted as the Region of Brittany , although the region excluded the ducal capital of Nantes and the surrounding area. Nevertheless, Brittany retained its cultural distinctiveness, and a new cultural revival emerged during the s and s.

Bilingual schools were opened, singers started to write songs in Breton, and ecological catastrophes such as the Amoco Cadiz oil spill or the Erika oil spill and water pollution because of intensive pig farming favoured new movements to protect the natural heritage. Brittany as a political entity disappeared in , when it was divided into five départements.

The Breton départements more or less correspond to the nine Catholic dioceses that appeared at the beginning of the Middle Ages. They were often called "pays" or "bro" "country" in French and Breton and they also served as fiscal and military districts. The historical Breton dioceses were:. During the French Revolution , four dioceses were suppressed and the five remaining ones were modified to have the same administrative borders as the départements. Brittany has several historical capital cities.

When it was an independent duchy, the Estates of Brittany , which can be compared to a parliament, met in various towns: The Court and the government were also very mobile, and each dynasty favoured its own castles and estates.

It is interesting to notice that all these towns except Vannes are located in Upper Brittany , thus not in the Breton speaking area. Among all these towns, only Nantes , Rennes and Vannes , which were the biggest ones, could really pretend to the capital status.

The dukes were crowned in Rennes and they had a large castle there; it was however destroyed during the 15th century. Vannes, on its side, was the seat of the Chamber of Accounts and of the Parliament until the union with France. Nantes, nicknamed "the city of the Dukes of Brittany", was also the permanent residence of the last dukes.

The Château des ducs de Bretagne still stands in the city centre. Nowadays, Rennes is the only official capital of the region of Brittany. It is also the seat of an ecclesiastical province encompassing Brittany and the Pays de la Loire region. During the French Revolution , Brittany was divided into five départements , each made up of three or four arrondissements.

The arrondissements are further divided in cantons , which are themselves made up of one or several communes. The communes and the départements have a local council elected by their citizens, but arrondissements and cantons are not run by elected officials. The cantons serve as an electoral district for the election of the département councils and arrondissements are run by a subprefect appointed by the French president. The president also appoints a prefect in each département. Because the départements are small and numerous, the French government tried to create wider regions during the 20th century.

For the Breton nationalists, it was an occasion to recreate Brittany as a political and administrative entity, but the new region had to be economically efficient. Nantes and its département , Loire-Atlantique , raised concerns because they were off-centered, more integrated with the Loire Valley than with the Breton peninsula. The French government and local politicians also feared that Nantes , because of its population and its former Breton capital status, would have maintained a harmful competition with Rennes to get the regional institutions and investments.

Several drafts for French regions had been proposed since the s, and the definitive regions were drawn in In , the regions received their present competencies, with an elected regional council. Since then, the region of Brittany has had its own council and administrative bodies. When the region of Brittany was created, several local politicians opposed the exclusion of Loire-Atlantique , and the question still remains.

The obstacles to reunification are the same as in Moreover, the Pays de la Loire region could not exist without Loire-Atlantique , because it would lose its political and economic capital.

Without Loire-Atlantique, the other départements would not form an efficient region any more, and would have to integrate neighbouring regions such as the Centre-Val de Loire and Poitou-Charentes.

However, several institutions have backed the reunification, such as the regional council of Brittany since and the Loire-Atlantique council since Some politicians like Jean-Marc Ayrault , the French prime minister and former mayor of Nantes , favour instead the creation of a "Greater West region", which would encompass Brittany and the Pays de la Loire region.

Until the end of the 20th century, Brittany had been characterised by a strong Catholic and conservative influence. However, some areas such as the industrial region around Saint-Nazaire and Lorient and the surroundings of Tréguier are traditional Socialist and Communist strongholds.

Left-wing parties, mainly the Socialist party and the Greens , have become more and more powerful after the s and they have formed a majority in the Regional Council of Brittany since The Loire-Atlantique and Ille-et-Vilaine councils have also been held by the left since The Socialist party has held the Côtes-d'Armor council since , and the Finistère council since On its side, Morbihan remains a right-wing stronghold.

The local parties have a very small audience, except the Union Démocratique Bretonne which has seats at the Regional Council and in other local assemblies. It advocates more autonomy for the region and its positions are very close to the Socialist parties. It also has a strong ecological orientation.

The audience of far-right parties is lower in Brittany than in the rest of France. Brittany is the largest French peninsula. It is bordered to the north by the English Channel , to the south by the Bay of Biscay and the waters located between the western coast and Ushant island form the Iroise Sea. The Breton coast is very indented, with many cliffs, rias and capes. The Gulf of Morbihan is a vast natural harbour with some forty islands that is almost a closed sea.

In total, around islands lie off the mainland; the largest being Belle Île , in the south. The region is generally hilly because it corresponds to the western end of the Armorican massif , a very old range that also extends in Normandy and the Pays de la Loire region. Because of this continuity, the Breton border with the rest of France is not marked by any strong geographical landmark, apart from the river Couesnon , which separates Brittany from Normandy. The Armorican massif reaches its maximal elevation outside of Brittany, in neighbouring Mayenne , at m, and slopes towards the west before straightening on its western extremity, with the Montagnes Noires and the Monts d'Arrée.

It is closely followed by several neighbouring hills culminating at around m above sea level. Coastal areas are usually named Armor or Arvor "by the sea" in Breton , and the inland is called Argoat "by the forest". The best soils were primitively covered by large forests which had been progressively replaced by bocage during the Middle Ages. The Breton bocage, with its small fields enclosed by thick hedgerows, has almost disappeared since the s to fit the modern agricultural needs and methods, particularly mechanisation.

Several forests still exist, such as the Paimpont forest , sometimes said to be the Arthurian Brocéliande.

The poor and rocky areas are covered by large heathland and moorlands , and Brittany has several marshes , like the Brière , included in a regional natural park. Another regional park encompasses the Monts d'Arrée and the Iroise seacoast. The Breton peninsula appeared during the Cadomian Orogeny , which formed its northern coastline, between Guingamp and Fougères. The southern part emerged during the Hercynian orogeny.

At the same time, an intense volcanic activity left large quantities of granite. Between the Cadomian and Hercynian periods, the region was submerged several times and the sea left fossils and sedimentary rocks , mostly schist and sandstone. Because of the absence of limestone , soils in Brittany are usually acid. The Armorican massif straightened and flattened several times during the formation of the Pyrenees and the Alps.

Changes in sea levels and climate led to a strong erosion and to the formation of more sedimentary rocks. Metamorphism is responsible for the distinctive local blue schist and for the rich subsoil of the Groix island , which comprises glaucophane and epidote. During the Quaternary glaciations, Brittany was covered by loess and rivers started to fill the valleys with alluvial deposits.

The valleys themselves were a result of a strong tectonic activity between the African and the Eurasian plate. The present Breton landscape did not acquired its final shape before one million years ago. The Breton subsoil is characterised by a huge amount of fractures that form a large aquifer containing several millions square meters of water.

Brittany lies within the north temperate zone. It has a changeable, maritime climate , similar to Cornwall. Rainfall occurs regularly but sunny, cloudless days are also common. The temperature difference between summer and winter is about fifteen degrees, but it varies depending on the proximity of the sea. The weather is generally milder on the seacoast than inland but rainfall occurs with the same intensity on both.

The Monts d'Arrée , despite their low elevation, have much more rainfall than the rest of the region. The south coast, between Lorient and Pornic , enjoys more than 2, hours of sunshine per year. Brittany's wildlife is typical of France with several distinctions. On one hand, the region, due to its long coastline, has a rich oceanic fauna, and some birds cannot be seen in other French regions.

On the other hand, the species found in the inland are usually common for France, and because Brittany is a peninsula, the number of species is lower in its western extremity than in the eastern part.

A variety of seabirds can be seen close to the seaside, which is home to colonies of cormorants , gulls , razorbills , northern gannets , common murres and Atlantic puffins. Most of these birds breed on isolated islands and rocks and thus are hard to observe. The inland is home to common European species: Ils aidèrent Qin Shi Huang à unifier la Chine sous un contrôle très strict des activités humaines.

Ainsi, le rêve de Confucius d'une Chine unifiée et pacifiée fut-il réalisé sous une école de pensée diamétralement opposée à ses idées. Wang Mang en fit grand usage pour justifier son usurpation [ 16 ]. Ils voyaient Confucius seulement comme un homme modèle sans aspect surnaturel et préconisaient une exégèse plus rationnelle des classiques. Liu Xin et Yang Xiong en sont deux exemples représentatifs. Les arguments des deux parties sont connus grâce au rapport du débat 58 ap.

En effet, Confucius reste le modèle parfait pour la plupart de ses penseurs. Les classiques restent primordiaux pour la formation des fonctionnaires, mais le grand empire reconstitué en par les Jin est repoussé au sud du Chang Jiang en et disparaît définitivement en Des textes se perdent au cours des guerres. Le grand empire est reconstitué en par les Sui , rapidement suivis des Tang qui restent au pouvoir jusqu'en Le système des examens est réinstauré sous les Sui.

Au début des Tang, de nouvelles écoles pour lettrés sont fondées, un corpus officiel des Classiques est reconstitué et les rites confucianistes sont réinstaurés. La philosophie bouddhiste, en particulier, sous la forme de courants tels que Tiantai ou Huayan , séduit les élites. Ils écartent néanmoins Xunzi et les confucéens Han et désignent Mencius, qui considère la nature humaine comme fondamentalement bonne, comme le dernier confucéen orthodoxe.

Leurs idées seront reprises par le courant néo-confucianiste. Zhu Xi réalise la synthèse de leurs pensées. Il donna parfois des versions contestataires du confucianisme comme chez Li Zhi et séduisit les Japonais et les Coréens [ 23 ]. Depuis l'époque, où, sous les Han env.

Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Cette page contient des caractères chinois. Gianaroli is author of more than papers in international scientific journals and publisher or co-publisher of 9 books. Subsequently at the same university he performed two years of experimental work and training in microsurgery where he finished as a micro-surgeon.

Since his main clinical interest and his full carrier is devoted to reproductive medicine. He is an expert in microsurgical interventions and operative laparoscopies. He has always been interested in the minimal invasiveness of techniques and as a result he introduced in the new technique of the transvaginal laparoscopy and the concept of the one stop fertility clinic. He is reviewer of several international journals and published several papers in peer-reviewed journals.

Autres diplômes universitaires DU de Colposcopie. Nice DU de Statique Pelvienne. Intérêt de La Médecine Manuelle et Ostéopathie. Et de leurs Thérapeutes!! Collège De Gynécologie du Midi. Groupe Franco Suisse de Médecine Manuelle. Communication et atelier pratique: Institut Supérieur de Thérapies Manuelles. Au cours des 5 dernières années, il a élargi son champ de recherche avec oncofertilité. En effet, la préservation de la fertilité féminine a récemment émergé dans le domaine de la médecine de la reproduction.

Grynberg, avec ses collègues, a publié plus de 75 articles dans des journaux et livres internationaux. Qualification en Génétique Médicale.

Il se dévoue actuellement également de manière active au développement des cliniques partenaires, incluant Unica mais aussi des cliniques en Israël et en Pologne. Membre du comité de rédaction de plusieurs revues francophones Membre du bureau de plusieurs sociétés savantes dont la Société Française de Gynécologie SFG.

Acta Obstet Gynecol Scand. Poster Congrès annuel SGGO Relation between clinical symptoms and intraoperative findings in patients with rectovaginal endometriosis. Oral communication 1st European Congress on Endometriosis Siena Correlation between the size of endometriotic node in the rectovaginal septum and the risk of bowel resection or ureterolysis in patients with deep infiltrating endometriosis. Poster 1st European Congress on Endometriosis Siena February 5th, , married, 2 children Place of Birth: Cologne Germany Current Position: Chercheur , Laboratoire du Sommeil Montréal Interne des Hôpitaux de Paris.

Sur le sujet des régles, cf compte rendu du congrés de Tarbes Activités politiques et syndicales: Au Bureau du SML Italien langue maternelle Anglais. Pendant trois ans, au début des années 90, il a travaillé comme médecin chef à Vienne en Autriche. Il est marié et a deux enfants adultes. Thèse de nephrologie sur les pts reins congénitaux. Moniteur de travaux pratiques de médecine nucléaire.

Homéopathie manipulation vertébrale et acupuncture. Françoise Meunier is responsible for the organization of scientific activities, public relations and medium term strategies as approved by the EORTC Board as well as for internal and external the communication.

She has over peer-reviewed published articles. She is a member of the Belgian Royal Academy of Medicine since She received in , the Pezcoller Foundation award as a recognition for her contribution to oncology. In , she was appointed: Elle se donne pour mission de mettre les nouvelles technologies au service de la santé, en regroupant corps médical, patients, industrie pharmaceutique et entrepreneurs, afin de développer les outils et services permettant de répondre plus efficacement aux besoins des patients.

Après avoir dès développé la technique du Scanner à rayons X sur la Principauté de Monaco, un partenariat a été établi avec les centres hospitaliers français et italiens les plus proches. Mourou, a pour guide la notion de critères de qualité dans la pratique médicale courante et dans le plus grand respect du patient. Cette mission de santé publique a été entreprise avec le soutien des Docteurs J.

Pastor, et les frais de fonctionnement par Monsieur le Docteur M. Dans ce cadre, organisation et collaboration aux missions locales et internationales auxquelles la Croix Rouge Monégasque a pu être amenée à participer. Lamarque , de Marseille Pr M. Kasbarian , de Nice Pr J. Characterization with a tritylated antagonist.

University Paris VI Supervisor: Laboratory of Dr A. Since , Arnold Munnich has made every efforts to conciliate the clinical and molecular approaches of genetic diseases in children. He has recently shown that Friedreich ataxia results from multiple iron-sulphur protein injury caused by iron overload in mitochondria. Based on this observation, he devised a novel therapeutic approach using short-chain quinones Idebenone to protect iron sulphur centers from oxidative stress.

He has also identified a novel inborn error of quinone synthesis resulting in multiple respiratory chain deficiency and caused by a point mutation in a polyprenyl transferase gene.

Most importantly, children are cured by oral quinone administration. Munnich has fostered several research groups and young investigators that gradually took over the leadership and seniorship of their projects. What are the benefits for the children and their families?

The mapping and identification of these genes makes carrier testing, genetic counselling and prenatal diagnosis of these conditions now feasible and allow novel therapeutic approaches. The originality of his project consists in the combination of a clinical expertise and a molecular approach of medical genetics in the unique environment of a large european pediatric hospital.

Ancien interne des hôpitaux Ancien assistant des hôpitaux de Grenoble Chef de clinique à la faculté. Plus de publications scientifiques et communications dans des congrès. Membre du comité de pilotage du Projet fistules obstétricales — mise en place de la stratégie nationale de lutte contre les fistules obstétricales en Mauritanie. Ministère de la Santé et des Affaires Sociales Jean-Claude Narcy est un journaliste français né le 16 janvier à Tours. De à , Jean-Claude Narcy a présenté les informations du journal télévisé de 20h à la télévision française à Alger.

Le journaliste est revenu en France à la radio sur France Inter de à De à , on lui a confié le JT de 20h en alternance. En , elle a rejoint le service de Gynécologie-Obstétrique du Professeur J. Sa recherche clinique est orientée vers le développement de nouvelles énergies utiles pour la chirurgie coelioscopique ou robotique.

Elle est auteur et co-auteur de nombreux chapitres de livres et de nombreuses publications dans les revues nationales et internationales.

Immunologie et mécanismes physiopathologiques — Bordeaux —. Journal de gynécologie obstétrique et biologie de la reproduction. Analyse rétrospective de examens foetopathologiques. Répartition des génotypes HPV dans les dysplasies cervicales: Baccalauréat S mention Bien Diplôme inter universitaire de chirurgie de la verge Pr Costa Cavernome testiculaire case report Etude rétrospective sur 30 sphincters artificiels implantés dans le service.

Interne en urologie Pr Amiel Publications: Interne en chirurgie générale et cancérologie digestive Professeur Benchimol Publications: Prothèse pénienne et dysfonction érectile: CHU Mondor — Publications sur les prothèses péniennes et cancer testiculaire.

Chef de clinique au Chu de Saint Etienne, depuis Aout , assure le fonctionnement du service avec mes 2 co chefs. Aidé du Chef de service: Thèse soutenue publiquement le 7 décembre Spécialiste en medicine de la reproduction Institution: Nombreux stages dans des Centres de Procreation Medicalement Assistée: Medecin specialist en medicine de la Reproduction.

Expérience Officinale Assistanat en officine Titulaire de la Pharmacie de la Michodière, Paris 2ème. Son action se décline dans ses trois activités de prédilection:. Pendant plus de 20 ans elle a enseigné la pharmacognosie et la phytothérapie aux élèves préparateurs en Pharmacie du CFPP Planchat à Paris à , et a dispensé plusieurs années de suite des cours de communication et vitrine avec M. Elle a participé à des jurys de thèse.

Elle a à ce titre participé au développement de formulations de médicaments ou compléments alimentaires. Danielle Roux a fait des études supérieures en piano conservatoire international Paris et suivi en parallèle à ses études une année de musicologie chez Pierre Boulez. Elle a animé aussi un atelier de poésie Colmar Embryo Implantation Control network WP4: Inflammation, Angiogenesis and Vascular Remodelling. This workpackage aim define the role played by pro-inflammatory molecules, hormones and angiogenetic factors in promoting cell-cell interactions and tissue changes in pre and post-implantation receptive uterus with particular reference to vascular remodelling and angiogenesis.

Residency post graduate training in Pathology, Internal Medicine, General Surgery and finally Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Bern and affiliate hospitals, than at the University of Geneva. Some publications in the field of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Obtention du diplôme de Docteur en Pharmacie — U de Petit Appareillage et Orthopédie.

Lu, écrit et parlé — Français: Lu, écrit et parlé — Anglais: Pharmacien Titulaire de la Pharmacie de Fontvieille à Monaco — Degree awarded with honors. Mise en place en cours. Evaluation of post-operative outcome. Prolapse repair by vaginal route using a new protected low-weight polypropylene mesh: Infracoccygeal sacropexy or sacrospinous suspension for uterine or vaginal vault prolapse. Int J Gynecol Obstet ; 2: Bilateral anterior sacrospinous ligament suspension associated with a paravaginal repair with mesh.

Short-term clinical results of a pilot study. Int Urogynecol J Eur Surg Res ;44 2: Diplôme de sage-femme, Ecole de sage-femme de Sfax DIY et reportage en immersion 9 mois à la maternité. Janvier à Juillet Réalisation de sujets économique, politique et de société: Mort de Ben Laden: Télévision, danse, lecture, voyages mais surtout passionnée de théâtre.

More than 70 publications in French journals and american journals journal of microsurgery, clinical orthopedics, pain. In president of international congress for problems in musicians with Lord Yehudi Menuhin in Lyon. Since , his speciality is hand problems. Concerning musicians, he has seen more than musicians of all nationalities.

Actually, his speciality is hand surgery and especially in musicians problems: He has contact with many orchesters in France, Switzeland, Italy and Spain. He has seen musicians of all over the world. Derivation and optimization of culture conditions. Derivation in GMP conditions. Medecine et Hygiene , Amer J Obstet Gynecol Geburtsh u Frauenheilk 4: J Reprod Med 5: N Engl J Med J Am Assoc Gynecol Laparosc 7: Int J Gynecol Obstet Minimally Invasive Therapy Int J Gynecol Obstet.

Transvaginale Hydrolaparoskopie in der Praxis. Giessener Gynäkologische Fortbildung , Springer, Berlin, pp State of the Art: What can we do? How far can we go? Endometriosis, the challenge of our time, in preparation. Director of Clínica Eugin, Barcelona.

Responsable du service de Chirurgie Gynécologique. Responsable du projet chirurgie ambulatoire ARS. Enseignements aux étudiants en médecine: Enseignements Magistraux Cours dans le service aux étudiants Enseignement au lit au malade.

Années Universitaires à Infections urinaires au cours de la grossesse. Volume 50, numéro 12 pages Les adénocarcinomes du col utérin ont-ils un plus mauvais pronostic que les carcinomes épidermoïdes?

Gynecological Surgery février , Volume 8, Issue 1, pp Journal de Gynécologie Obstétrique et Biologie de la Reproduction Volume 40, numéro 4 pages juin Les patientes souhaitent-elles une chirurgie ambulatoire?

Outcomes and feasibility of laparoscopic sacrocolpopexy among obese versus non-obese women. Int J Gynaecol Obstet.

Janv ; 1: Chirurgie ambulatoire en gynécologie. Etat des lieux et perspectives. Hémorragies du troisième trimestre de la grossesse. Les nouvelles énergies au bloc opéraoire. Hystéroscopie diagnostique et opératoire. Traitements conservateurs des ménorragies pour la thermodestruction endométriale. Installation des patientes au bloc opératoire et précautions à prendre.

Journées Parisiennes de Chirurgie Gynécologique Académie Nationale de Médecine Etude prospective à propos de 30 cas. Société de Chirurgie Gynécologique et Pelvienne Ligature des hypogastriques pour les nuls film. Traitement de fibromes utérins symptomatiques: Journées Françaises de Radiologie La contraception définitive par Essure: Curage lombo-aortique coelioscopique par abord transpéritonéal.

Recommandations pour la pratique clinique. Pierre Collège National des Gynécologues et Obstétriciens Français Journal de gynécologie obstétrique et reproduction Volume 42, numéro 8 pages décembre Prévenir les complications de la chirurgie prothétique du prolapsus. Pathologies fonctionnelles ano-rectales et troubles de la statique pelvienne: En particulier il a réalisé des démonstrations chirurgicales dans plus de vingt pays dont récemment USA, Inde et Chine.

Published more than 65 articles in medical journals and medical books, and communicates regularly at major international conferences and symposia. Promotes theses and dissertations in fundamental and clinical research.

Responsible for MSc courses in Gynecology and Andrology. Maitre de Conférences Hospitalo-Universitaire à la faculté de médecine de Tunis. Spécialisation en Gynécologie Obstétrique: Résidanat dans les hôpitaux de Tunis. Membre de la Société Tunisienne de Gynécologie Obstétrique.

Membre de la Société Tunisienne de Fertilité et de Stérilité. Membre de la Société Tunisienne des Sciences Médicales. Benjamin Franklin GYN En quoi cela consiste-t-il?

Comment le mettre en oeuvre en pratique? Quelles explications donner aux patients? Lymphadénectomie des cancers pelviens: Guide de bonnes pratiques: Epidemiologie et morbidité liées au fibrome en Afrique gestion des complications au cours de la grossesse La myomectomie: Peut-on prédire le risque de sarcome? Désescalade chirurgicale et évolution des pratiques Modérateurs: Lequel, pour qui, pourquoi?

Né au Liban le 29 septembre , le professeur Jean Marc Ayoubi suit sa scolarité à Toulouse après un passage par la ville de Sarlat en Dordogne. Services rendus commissions, organisation de congrès Co-organisateur et membre du Comité scientifique du Congrès Mondial de Télémédecine.

Editions Masson Maladies rares et grossesses.. Développement en 3 axes principaux: Le Dr Wassim Badiou est chirurgien gynécologue et obstétricien à Toulouse. En effet, le Dr Badiou est: Directeur scientifique de Conserto-Robotopi, entreprise de conseils et services en robotique Consultant scientifique pour le magazine santé-innovation-recherche Connected Mag. Ses activités cliniques actuelles sont consacrées à la chirurgie cancérologique gynécologique et mammaire.

Diplôme de Spécialiste en Gynécologie Obstétrique. Centre Hospitalier Princesse Grace Echographiste. Il a dirigé ou coordonné 17 études cliniques ou épidémiologiques publiées. Diplômes universitaires, institutions, dates. Autre activité professionnelle Illustrateur Scientifique et Médical Choix par le candidat des cinq publications les plus représentatives de sa carrière.

Communications orales réunions internationales: Conférences publiques et de vulgarisation au cours des cinq dernières années.

Apprentissage par problème — Utilisation du logiciel skestsha — Apprentissage on line — Activité CDS 29 mars Accroître la motivation des étudiants: Nominato Responsabile della Unità di patologia ed endocrinologia della infanzia e della Adolescenza, ruolo che ha ricoperto fino al 1 settembre La casistica operatoria negli anni consta di interventi eseguiti da I e II operatore.

A propos de 72 cas. Partenariat avec Inserm transfert. Recherches techniques et applications industrielles: Recherches en Santé Publique: HERVE Problèmes éthiques posés par les endovidéochirurgies et les imageries interventionnelles dans le cadre de notre D. Mémoire DEA de Sciences. Mémoire DU de Sénologie. Lille II C. Lille II M. Affiliated to the french medical council since Affiliated to the general medical council UK in He is an international expert in surgery and medicine aesthetic fields.

He is the scientific co-director of Face2face congress List of international aesthetic publications: Journal of Reproductive Medicine and Endocrinology since Editorial Board of the Int. Bettina Bständig Adresse professionelle: Ancien interne et chef de clinique, assistant des Hôpitaux de Paris Ancien praticien hospitalier du CHU de Nice Situation actuelle Médecin exercant en libéral au Centre Matisse Nice en médecine de la reproduction depuis mars

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