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See detailJustice-Assistance : des accords ou désaccords clairs ?
Maisse, L; Gosset, Christiane ULg; Noirfalise, A et al

Conference (2002)

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See detailJustice: dialogue pénal
Dubois, Christophe ULg

Conference given outside the academic context (2011)

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See detailJustification biochimique du drainage du canal thoracique au cours de la pancréatite aiguë nécrotico-hémorragique
Deby-Dupont, G.; Reynaert, M.; Damas, Pierre ULg et al

in Acta Gastro-Enterologica Belgica (1988), 51(1), 31-40

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See detailJustifier l'arme nucléaire. Le cas français pendant les années 1990
Dumoulin, André ULg; Wasinski, Christophe

in Etudes internationales (2010), XLI(1), 79-96

La possession d’armements nucléaires n’est pas un phénomène irréversible. Partant de cette idée, nous nous sommes interrogés non pas sur ce qui fait que la France a acquis des armements nucléaires mais ... [more ▼]

La possession d’armements nucléaires n’est pas un phénomène irréversible. Partant de cette idée, nous nous sommes interrogés non pas sur ce qui fait que la France a acquis des armements nucléaires mais sur la raison pour laquelle elle les conserve. En l’occurrence, notre attention s’est portée sur la période qui s’étend de 1990 à 2000 pendant laquelle un débat stratégique nucléaire relativement important se développe. Il est l’occasion pour les stratégistes de réaffirmer l’utilité de l’arme. A travers ce débat, les stratégistes décrivent un contexte international incertain et qu'ils ne considèrent pas comme mûr pour remettre en question la pertinence de l'armement nucléaire. [less ▲]

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See detailJustinianus, Institutiones - Libri feudorum
Adam, Renaud ULg

in Bousmanne, Bernard; Thieffry, Sandrine; Wijsman, Hanno (Eds.) Filips de Schone (1478-1506) : schatten van de laatste hertog van Bourgondië : [tentoonstelling : Brussel, Koninklijke Bibliotheek van België, Nassaukapel, van 3 november 2006 tot 27 januari 2007] : catalogus (2006)

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See detailJustinien et la langue latine. A propos d'un prétendu oracle rendu à Romulus d'après Jean le Lydien
Rochette, Bruno ULg

in Byzantinische Zeitschrift (1997), 90(2), 413-415

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See detailJustinien, Institutiones – Libri feudorum
Adam, Renaud ULg

in Bousmanne, Bernard; Thieffry, Sandrine; Wijsman, Hanno (Eds.) Philippe le Beau (1478-1506) : les trésors du dernier duc de Bourgogne : exposition : Bruxelles, Bibliothèque royale de Belqique, Chapelle de Nassau, du 3 novembre 2006 au 27 janvier 2007 : catalogue (2006)

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See detailJustitie hervormen: leren uit de intrede van HR-adviseurs
Delvaux, David ULg; Schoenaers, Frédéric ULg

in Orde van de dag (2014), 66

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See detailJuvenile acanthosis nigricans and insulin resistance.
Hermanns-Le, Trinh ULg; Hermanns, Jean-François ULg; Pierard, Gérald ULg

in Pediatric Dermatology (2002), 19(1), 12-4

Acanthosis nigricans in obese adolescents is frequently associated with hyperinsulinemia and insulin resistance. We report three cases of this condition. In the early stage the skin lesions appeared to be ... [more ▼]

Acanthosis nigricans in obese adolescents is frequently associated with hyperinsulinemia and insulin resistance. We report three cases of this condition. In the early stage the skin lesions appeared to be erythematous and pruritic, mimicking an inflammatory dermatitis. Dietary control and oral metformin hydrochloride markedly improved the lesions. Topical calcipotriol may also help to control the skin condition. [less ▲]

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See detailJuvenile delinquency and gender issues
Gavray, Claire ULg

Conference (2007, September 28)

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See detailJuvenile interphalangeal degenerative joint disease in the ardenner horse: morphometrical evaluation's protocol (part I)
Lejeune, Jean-Philippe ULg; Schneider, Nicole ULg; Duvivier, Dominique Hannia et al

in Annales de Médecine Vétérinaire (2002), 146(2, APR-MAY), 113-120

The observation of a high incidence of juvenile interphalangeal degenerative joint disease in ardenner horses motivated the constitution of a research project at the "Centre Europeen du Cheval de Mont-le ... [more ▼]

The observation of a high incidence of juvenile interphalangeal degenerative joint disease in ardenner horses motivated the constitution of a research project at the "Centre Europeen du Cheval de Mont-le-Soie" (Belgium). Its aim is to study the morphology of the horse, the conformation of its limbs as well as the potential outbreak and evolution of osteoarthritic lesions. Therefore an investigation method composed of morphometric and radiographic evaluation's protocols has been established. The morphometric evaluation's protocol presented here enables to characterise first the general morphology of the horse and second the foot, his asymmetries and his connections with the ground. This protocol is applied to 32 ardenner foals of 250 21 days of age. This group represents 9.3% of the births registered during the year 2000. For general morphometry, different values of the parameters are observed in this group. Only the higher size of the males makes the difference between the two populations (males and females) at this age. The morphometric study of the foot points out a widening of the external part of the hoof and an angle foot/ground too high in comparison with the established standards. Asymmetrical heights of hoof's quarters are also observed. [less ▲]

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See detailJuvenile interphalangeal degenerative joint disease in the ardenner horse: radiographical evaluation's protocol (part II)
Lejeune, Jean-Philippe ULg; Schneider, Nicole ULg; Duvivier, Dominique Hannia et al

in Annales de Médecine Vétérinaire (2002), 146(3, JUN-JUL), 173-179

Juvenile interphalangeal degenerative joint disease is frequently observed in ardenner horses. The aim of this study is to established a radiographic examination's protocol of the distal limb and to apply ... [more ▼]

Juvenile interphalangeal degenerative joint disease is frequently observed in ardenner horses. The aim of this study is to established a radiographic examination's protocol of the distal limb and to apply it to ardenner horses. This investigation method takes assess of the standings, the conformation and of the potential lesions of the digits. An essential point of this protocol is the quantification of the asymmetrical articular compression of the interphalangeal joints. Thirty-two ardenner foals of 250 +/- 21 days were radiographied. The most frequently observed anomalies are first, the existence of abnormal standings such as distal interphalangeal flexion and external articular compression of the interphalangeal joints. Second, it shows in some cases, an abnormal conformation of the second phalanx. Finally, this protocol points out the existence of juvenile degenerative joint disease and of ossification of the fibrocartilages in some foals at this age. [less ▲]

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See detailJuvenile Nephropathy in a Boxer, a Rottweiler, a Collie and an Irish Wolfhound
Peeters, Dominique ULg; Clercx, Cécile ULg; Michiels, L. et al

in Australian Veterinary Journal (2000), 78(3), 162-5

Juvenile nephropathy was diagnosed in a Boxer, a Rottweiler, a Collie and an Irish Wolfhound dog, each presenting with signs compatible with chronic renal failure. The diagnosis in each case was based on ... [more ▼]

Juvenile nephropathy was diagnosed in a Boxer, a Rottweiler, a Collie and an Irish Wolfhound dog, each presenting with signs compatible with chronic renal failure. The diagnosis in each case was based on the presence of persistence of poorly differentiated tissue (immature glomeruli and/or tubules, persistent mesenchyme) on histopathologic examination. Although juvenile nephropathy has been reported in many breeds of dog, this is the first report of the condition in the Collie and the Irish Wolfhound and only the second description in the Boxer and the Rottweiler. The possibility of an inherited origin of the condition in these four breeds is at present unknown. [less ▲]

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See detailJuvenile Optikoneuropathie durch Km-Variante der Biotinidase
Brab, M.; RAMAEKERS, Vincent ULg; Baumgartner, E. R. et al

in Klinische Monatsblatter fur Augenheilkunde (1992), 200(3), 204-9

A patient with a newly recognised variant of biotinidase deficiency presented with acute bilateral visual loss at the age of 10 years. A progressive optic neuropathy, a predominantly motor type neuropathy ... [more ▼]

A patient with a newly recognised variant of biotinidase deficiency presented with acute bilateral visual loss at the age of 10 years. A progressive optic neuropathy, a predominantly motor type neuropathy and spastic paraparesis developed over the following 5 years. Metabolic investigations revealed biotin depletion causing multiple biotin dependent carboxylase deficiency. The basic defect was a biotin recycling disorder due to a biotinidase Km variant with residual colorimetric activity of 4.4% of normal. Further investigations on plasma biotinidase showed biphasic kinetics with two different reduced Vmax values and two Km-values, one being almost normal and the other highly elevated. After a period of 2 months of oral substitution with biotin 10 mg per day the visual field defects improved as well as the distal spastic parapareses and motor neuropathy. We conclude that the differential diagnosis of unexplained bilateral optic neuropathy of juvenile onset, particularly when associated with upper and lower motor neuron disease should include biotinidase deficiency. [less ▲]

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See detailJuvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis and Del(22q11) Syndrome: A Non-Random Association
Verloes, Alain ULg; Curry, C.; Jamar, Michelle ULg et al

in Journal of Medical Genetics (1998), 35(11), 943-7

Del(22q11) is a common microdeletion syndrome with an extremely variable phenotype. Besides classical manifestations, such as velocardiofacial (Shprintzen) or DiGeorge syndromes, del(22q11) syndrome may ... [more ▼]

Del(22q11) is a common microdeletion syndrome with an extremely variable phenotype. Besides classical manifestations, such as velocardiofacial (Shprintzen) or DiGeorge syndromes, del(22q11) syndrome may be associated with unusual but probably causally related anomalies that expand its phenotype and complicate its recognition. We report here three children with the deletion and a chronic, erosive polyarthritis resembling idiopathic cases of juvenile rheumatoid arthritis (JRA). Patient 1, born in 1983, initially presented with developmental delay, facial dysmorphism, velopharyngeal insufficiency, and severe gastro-oesophageal reflux requiring G tube feeding. From the age of 3 years, he developed JRA, which resulted in severe restrictive joint disease, osteopenia, and platyspondyly. Patient 2, born in 1976, had tetralogy of Fallot and peripheral pulmonary artery stenosis. She developed slowly, had mild dysmorphic facial features, an abnormal voice, and borderline intelligence. JRA was diagnosed at the age of 5 years. The disorder followed a subacute course, with relatively mild inflammatory phenomena, but an extremely severe skeletal involvement with major osteopenia, restrictive joint disease (bilateral hip replacement), and almost complete osteolysis of the carpal and tarsal bones with phalangeal synostoses, leading to major motor impairment and confinement to a wheelchair. Patient 3, born in 1990, has VSD, right embryo-toxon, bifid uvula, and facial dysmorphism. She developed JRA at the age of 1 year. She is not mentally retarded but has major speech delay secondary to congenital deafness inherited from her mother. In the three patients, a del(22q11) was shown by FISH analysis. These observations, and five other recently published cases, indicate that a JRA-like syndrome is a component of the del(22q11) spectrum. The deletion may be overlooked in those children with severe, chronic inflammatory disorder. [less ▲]

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See detailJuvenile sexual offenders: Can their language tell us how their mind works?
Courtain, Audrey; Glowacz, Fabienne ULg

Poster (2014, May 27)

A significant proportion of sexual delinquency being committed by juveniles, various fields of research have studied this topic. Still, little is known about the relation between the linguistic ability ... [more ▼]

A significant proportion of sexual delinquency being committed by juveniles, various fields of research have studied this topic. Still, little is known about the relation between the linguistic ability and the cognitive functioning of this specific youth. Rooted in scientific works which have explored indirectly the point, this poster attempt to question the quality of language as a mean to find out how their mentalization occurs, but also to question how their cognitive processes (e.g. empathy) influence their language. These hypothesis are to be tested soon with a clinical sample of 47 participants and with different measures (e.a. MACI, verbal IQ, IRI). Hence, the opportunity to evaluate, among others, empathy deficits and cognitive distortions through language can be considered a promising approach allowing new perspectives for prevention, assessment and treatment of juvenile sexual offenders. [less ▲]

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See detailJuxtafacet Cyst of the Lumbar Spine. Clinical, Radiological and Therapeutic Aspects in 28 Cases
Salmon, B.; Martin, Didier ULg; Lenelle, Jacques ULg et al

in Acta Neurochirurgica (2001), 143(2), 129-34

OBJECT: A consecutive series of 28 "operated" juxtafacet cysts is reported. We emphasize the clinical and radiological aspects leading to diagnosis. We also discuss the results of the surgical treatment ... [more ▼]

OBJECT: A consecutive series of 28 "operated" juxtafacet cysts is reported. We emphasize the clinical and radiological aspects leading to diagnosis. We also discuss the results of the surgical treatment. MATERIAL AND METHODS: Medical information and radiological studies involving 28 patients were analyzed. Each patient has been operated on by decompressive laminectomy and resection of the cyst. The diagnosis was always confirmed by a pathological examination. The cyst most frequently occurred at the L4-L5 level (n = 18), and seldom at the L5-S1 (n - 6) or L3-L4 (n - 4) levels. RESULTS: The differential diagnosis from other pathological causes responsible for a radicular compression could not be done by physical examination. Spine X-rays or myelogram were nonspecific. Computed Tomography or CT-myelography could help in the diagnosis but MR imaging was the most sensitive. In our series, the respective sensitivities of these techniques are 56, 42 and 77%. The preoperative diagnosis was correct in 18 patients (64%). The cyst was sometimes adherent to the underlying dura, then significantly increasing the risk of dural tear and spinal fluid leak, especially when located at L3-L4 level. Surgical ablation lead to a complete recovery or an important improvement in 26 patients. CONCLUSIONS: The diagnosis of the juxtafacet cyst of the lumbar spine is better achieved by MRI. Surgery is the gold standard treatment, safe and long-term effective. When a total cyst removal with an internal facetectomy are performed, recurrence is exceptional. [less ▲]

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See detailJuxtamembrane Protein Segments That Contribute To Recruitment Of Cholesterol Into Domains
Epand, Rf.; Thomas, Annick ULg; Brasseur, Robert ULg et al

in Biochemistry (2006), 45(19), 6105-14

We investigated the properties of several peptides with sequences related to LWYIK, a segment found in the gp41 protein of HIV and believed to play a role in sequestering this protein to a cholesterol ... [more ▼]

We investigated the properties of several peptides with sequences related to LWYIK, a segment found in the gp41 protein of HIV and believed to play a role in sequestering this protein to a cholesterol-rich domain in the membrane. This segment fulfills the requirements to be classified as a CRAC motif that has been suggested to predict those proteins that will partition into cholesterol-rich regions of the membrane. All of the peptides were studied with the terminal amino and carboxyl groups blocked, i.e., as N-acetyl-peptide-amides. Effects of cholesterol on the intensity of W emission generally parallel DSC evidence of sequestration of cholesterol. Modeling studies indicate that all of these peptides tend to partition with their mass center at the membrane interface at the level of the hydroxyl of cholesterol. Interaction with cholesterol is dual: van der Waals interactions between mainly hydrophobic surfaces and electrostatic stabilization of the cholesterol OH group. Thus, both experiments and modeling studies indicate that the preference of CRAC motifs for cholesterol-rich domains might be related to a membrane interfacial preference of the motif, to a capacity to wrap and block the cholesterol polar OH group by H-bond interactions, and to a capacity for peptide aromatic side chains to stack with cholesterol. These results were supported by studies of single mutations in the gp41 protein of HIV-1, in which L(679) is replaced with I. Despite the similarity of the properties of these amino acid residues, this single substitution resulted in a marked attenuation of the ability of JC53-BL HeLa-based HIV-1 indicator cells to form syncytia. [less ▲]

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