Le cerveau, un organe gluco-dependant. Effets deleteres de l'hypoglycemie et de l'hyperglycemie.
Radermecker, Régis ; Philips, Jean-Christophe ; Jandrain, Bernard et al
in Revue Médicale de Liège (2008), 63(5-6), 280-6
Glucose is almost the only energy substrate for the brain. Such glucose dependence explains why any large variation of plasma glucose levels could lead to cerebral dysfunction, which may be severe and ... [more ▼]
Glucose is almost the only energy substrate for the brain. Such glucose dependence explains why any large variation of plasma glucose levels could lead to cerebral dysfunction, which may be severe and progress to a coma. Hypoglycaemic coma, the most common one, has a pure metabolic origin (neuroglucopenia) whereas hyperglycaemic coma is more complex and mainly due to osmotic disturbances. Besides acute changes of plasma glucose concentrations, it is generally recognized that more subtle chronic or recurrent glucose abnormalities could also result in brain dysfunction. However, such clinical consequences are more difficult to assess in clinical practice. Nevertheless, learning perturbations in young patients with type 1 diabetes and memory losses, sometimes severe and subject to progress to dementia ("diabetic encephalopathy") in older type 1 or type 2 diabetic patients, have been reported, although with some controversy. The present paper summarizes the current knowledge of both acute and chronic cerebral dysfunctions following perturbations of blood glucose levels in diabetic patients. [less ▲]Detailed reference viewed: 1029 (20 ULg)
Cervical (pre)neoplastic microenvironment promotes the emergence of tolerogenic dendritic cells via RANKL secretion
Demoulin, Stéphanie ; SOMJA, Joan ; et al
in OncoImmunology (2015), 6Detailed reference viewed: 51 (22 ULg)
Cervical artery dissection: An atypical presentation with Ehlers-Danlos-like collagen pathology?
; ; Hermanns-Lê, Trinh et al
in Neurology (2004), 63(9), 1708-10
The authors took skin biopsies of the macroscopically normal skin of seven consecutive patients with spontaneous cervical artery dissection (SCAD). Histologically, alterations of the collagen and elastic ... [more ▼]
The authors took skin biopsies of the macroscopically normal skin of seven consecutive patients with spontaneous cervical artery dissection (SCAD). Histologically, alterations of the collagen and elastic fiber networks were found in six patients. In five, the histologic, immunohistochemical, and ultrastructural changes were similar to those usually found in Ehlers-Danlos syndrome (EDS). This suggests that SCAD is frequently associated with the dermal alterations seen in EDS. [less ▲]Detailed reference viewed: 30 (1 ULg)
Cervical artery dissections and type A aortic dissection in a family with a novel missense COL3A1 mutation of vascular type Ehlers-Danlos syndrome.
Makrygiannis, Georgios ; ; Defraigne, Jean-Olivier et al
in European journal of medical genetics (2015)
Cervical artery dissection (CeAD) is a rare condition. One of the causes is the vascular type of Ehlers-Danlos syndrome (vEDS). A novel missense mutation in COL3A1 was found in a young patient with CeAD ... [more ▼]
Cervical artery dissection (CeAD) is a rare condition. One of the causes is the vascular type of Ehlers-Danlos syndrome (vEDS). A novel missense mutation in COL3A1 was found in a young patient with CeAD as the single manifestation of vEDS. This is a heterozygous c.953G>A mutation in exon 14, disrupting the normal Gly-X-Y repeats of type III procollagen, by converting glycine to aspartic acid. [less ▲]Detailed reference viewed: 22 (6 ULg)
Cervical cancer and HPV: Awareness and vaccine acceptability among parents in Morocco.
; ; et al
in Vaccine (2014), 32(3), 409-16
Cervical cancer is a major public health concern in Morocco where it represents the second most common and lethal cancer in women. Human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccines have been licensed in Morocco since ... [more ▼]
Cervical cancer is a major public health concern in Morocco where it represents the second most common and lethal cancer in women. Human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccines have been licensed in Morocco since 2008 but there are no available data on their acceptability. This study aimed to assess awareness of HPV and the vaccine, and to identify factors associated with acceptability of the vaccine among parents in Morocco. We carried out a questionnaire-based survey using face-to-face interviews in a sample of 852 parents (670 mothers and 182 fathers) with at least one unmarried daughter </=26 years. We collected data within public and private health centres and clinics in four regions in Morocco between July and August 2012. The main outcome measure was parental acceptability of the HPV vaccine for their daughter(s). Responses revealed very low awareness of HPV infection (4.7%) and the HPV vaccine (14.3%). None of the participants had vaccinated their daughter(s) against HPV and vaccine acceptability was low among mothers (32%) and fathers (45%). Higher education and income, previous awareness of the HPV vaccine and endorsement of the belief that a recommendation from the Ministry of Health or a doctor to have the vaccine would be encouraging, were associated with mothers' HPV vaccine acceptability. Non-acceptability among mothers was associated with having more than two daughters, believing the vaccine was expensive, lack of information and believing that whatever happens to an individual's health is God's will. The only factor associated with the fathers' acceptability of the vaccine was the cost of the vaccine. Increasing HPV and HPV vaccine awareness through educational campaigns, along with active recommendation by physicians and a publically funded vaccination programme could increase parental acceptability of the HPV vaccine in Morocco. [less ▲]Detailed reference viewed: 71 (2 ULg)
Cervical cancer in the Netherlands 1989-1998: Decrease of squamous cell carcinoma in older women, increase of adenocarcinoma in younger women.
BULK, Saskia ; ; et al
in International journal of cancer. Journal international du cancer (2005), 113(6), 1005-9
Cervical cancer is a preventable disease, occurring in relatively young women. In the Netherlands, population-based cervical screening aims at women aged 30-60 years. We performed a population-based study ... [more ▼]
Cervical cancer is a preventable disease, occurring in relatively young women. In the Netherlands, population-based cervical screening aims at women aged 30-60 years. We performed a population-based study of the incidence of invasive cervical cancer in the Netherlands to evaluate trends, with emphasis on age at time of diagnosis. Histologic diagnosis was retrieved from the Netherlands Cancer Registry for all women residing in the Netherlands with invasive cervical cancer between January 1, 1989, and December 31, 1998. In this 10-year period, the incidence rate of squamous cell carcinoma decreased significantly from 7.1/100,000 to 6.1/100,000 (p < 0.001), with the greatest decrease in women aged 60-74 (-5.5%). While the overall incidence rate of adenocarcinoma remained stable, it increased in women aged 15-29 (+15.8%) and in women aged 30-44 (+2.5%), though the number of cases was small. For squamous cell carcinoma, the incidence of stage II at diagnosis decreased most (-2.7%). There was no change in stage at diagnosis for adenocarcinoma. Most cases of cervical cancer, 60.5%, were detected between ages 30 and 60 years, i.e., the Dutch screening age interval. Cervical cancer in women below age 30 contributed 5.0% to the total incidence, with 3.0% occurring between ages 27 and 29. Thus, screening for cervical cancer in the Netherlands is associated with a decrease in the incidence of squamous cell carcinoma and adenocarcinoma incidence appears to be increasing in younger women. [less ▲]Detailed reference viewed: 6 (0 ULg)
Cervical cancer: Squamocolumnar junction ablation-tying up loose ends?
Herfs, Michael ;
in nature reviews Clinical Oncology (2015), 12(7), 378-380Detailed reference viewed: 41 (3 ULg)
Cervical cord exostosis compressing the axis in a boy with hereditary multiple exostoses: Case illustration
; Ramaekers, Vincent ;
in Journal of Neurosurgery (2004), 100(2 SUPPL.), 223
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The Cervical Spine in Trauma: Implications for the Anaesthesiologist
Bonhomme, Vincent ; Hartstein, Gary ; Hans, Pol
in Acta Anaesthesiologica Belgica (2005), 56(4), 405-11
In this paper, the authors review the most recent literature concerning the management of the cervical spine in trauma patients. They address the main topics of concern for the anaesthesiologist including ... [more ▼]
In this paper, the authors review the most recent literature concerning the management of the cervical spine in trauma patients. They address the main topics of concern for the anaesthesiologist including pre-hospital care, clearance of the cervical spine, neuroprotective therapies, difficult tracheal intubation, and management during general anaesthesia, in the intensive care unit and in paediatric patients. The most widely accepted strategies are provided as well as alternative options. [less ▲]Detailed reference viewed: 11 (1 ULg)
The Cervical Squamocolumnar Junction Is Not the Same as the “Transformation Zone”: Evidence for Two Related but Divergent Populations with Different Cancer Risks
Conference (2013, March)Detailed reference viewed: 19 (1 ULg)
Cervical squamocolumnar junction-specific markers define distinct, clinically relevant subsets of low-grade squamous intraepithelial lesions.
Herfs, Michael ; ; et al
in The American journal of surgical pathology (2013), 37(9), 1311-8
Low-grade cervical squamous abnormalities (low-grade squamous intraepithelial lesions [LSIL, CIN1]) can be confused with or followed by high-grade (HSIL, CIN2/3) lesions, expending considerable resources ... [more ▼]
Low-grade cervical squamous abnormalities (low-grade squamous intraepithelial lesions [LSIL, CIN1]) can be confused with or followed by high-grade (HSIL, CIN2/3) lesions, expending considerable resources. Recently, a cell of origin for cervical neoplasia was proposed in the squamocolumnar junction (SCJ); HSILs are almost always SCJ, but LSILs include SCJ and SCJ subsets. Abnormal cervical biopsies from 214 patients were classified by 2 experienced pathologists (panel) as LSIL or HSIL using published criteria. SILs were scored SCJ and SCJ using SCJ-specific antibodies (keratin7, AGR2, MMP7, and GDA). Assessments of interobserver agreement, p16 staining pattern, proliferative index, and outcome were compared. The original diagnostician agreed with the panel diagnosis of HSIL and SCJ LSIL in all cases (100%). However, for SCJ LSIL, panelists disagreed with each other by 15% and with the original diagnostician by 46.2%. Comparing SCJ and SCJ LSILs, 60.2% and 94.9% were p16 positive, 23% and 74.4% showed strong (full-thickness) p16 staining, and 0/54 (0%) and 8/33 (24.2%) with follow-up had an HSIL outcome, respectively. Some SCJ LSILs are more likely to both generate diagnostic disagreement and be associated with HSIL. Conversely, SCJ LSILs generate little observer disagreement and, when followed, have a very low risk of HSIL outcome. Thus, SCJ biomarkers in conjunction with histology may segregate LSILs with very low risk of HSIL outcome and conceivably could be used as a management tool to reduce excess allocation of resources to the follow-up of these lesions. [less ▲]Detailed reference viewed: 17 (1 ULg)
Cervical tumoral calcium pyrophosphate dihydrate deposition disease 28 years after suboccipital craniotomy: case report.
; Litré, Claude Fabien ; et al
in Neurosurgery (2007), 60(6), 1151
To describe a rare case of tumoral cervical chondrocalcinosis that appeared 28 years after the patient had undergone suboccipital craniotomyDetailed reference viewed: 9 (0 ULg)
Cervid herpesvirus 2 experimentally reactivated in reindeer can produce generalized viremia and abortion
; ; Thiry, Julien et al
in Virus Research (2009), 145Detailed reference viewed: 9 (1 ULg)
Cervid herpesvirus 2 infection in reindeer : a review
; ; et al
in Veterinary Microbiology (2010), 143Detailed reference viewed: 28 (5 ULg)
Cervix carcinoma is associated with an up-regulation and nuclear localization of the dual-specificity protein phosphatase VHR.
Henkens, Rachel ; Delvenne, Philippe ; et al
in BMC Cancer (2008), 8
BACKGROUND: The 21-kDa Vaccinia virus VH1-related (VHR) dual-specific protein phosphatase (encoded by the DUSP3 gene) plays a critical role in cell cycle progression and is itself regulated during the ... [more ▼]
BACKGROUND: The 21-kDa Vaccinia virus VH1-related (VHR) dual-specific protein phosphatase (encoded by the DUSP3 gene) plays a critical role in cell cycle progression and is itself regulated during the cell cycle. We have previously demonstrated using RNA interference that cells lacking VHR arrest in the G1 and G2 phases of the cell cycle and show signs of beginning of cell senescence. METHODS: In this report, we evaluated successfully the expression levels of VHR protein in 62 hysterectomy or conization specimens showing the various (pre) neoplastic cervical epithelial lesions and 35 additional cases of hysterectomy performed for non-cervical pathologies, from patients under 50 years of age. We used a tissue microarray and IHC technique to evaluate the expression of the VHR phosphatase. Immunofluorescence staining under confocal microscopy, Western blotting and RT-PCR methods were used to investigate the localization and expression levels of VHR. RESULTS: We report that VHR is upregulated in (pre) neoplastic lesions (squamous intraepithelial lesions; SILs) of the uterine cervix mainly in high grade SIL (H-SIL) compared to normal exocervix. In the invasive cancer, VHR is also highly expressed with nuclear localization in the majority of cells compared to normal tissue where VHR is always in the cytoplasm. We also report that this phosphatase is highly expressed in several cervix cancer cell lines such as HeLa, SiHa, CaSki, C33 and HT3 compared to primary keratinocytes. The immunofluorescence technique under confocal microscopy shows that VHR has a cytoplasmic localization in primary keratinocytes, while it localizes in both cytoplasm and nucleus of the cancer cell lines investigated. We report that the up-regulation of this phosphatase is mainly due to its post-translational stabilization in the cancer cell lines compared to primary keratinocytes rather than increases in the transcription of DUSP3 locus. CONCLUSION: These results together suggest that VHR can be considered as a new marker for cancer progression in cervix carcinoma and potential new target for anticancer therapy. [less ▲]Detailed reference viewed: 91 (16 ULg)
Ces 'virus ambulants'. Discours et pratiques à l'égard des filles de justice atteintes de maladies vénériennes
François, Aurore ;
in Journal of Belgian History = Revue Belge d'Histoire Contemporaine = Belgisch Tijdschrift voor Nieuwste Geschiedenis (2008), 28(3-4), 379-405Detailed reference viewed: 29 (2 ULg)