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See detailThe lichen genus Lecanactis and allied genera in Papua New Guinea
Egea, J.M.; Sérusiaux, Emmanuël ULg; Torrente, Pilar

in Mycotaxon (1996), 59

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See detailThe lichen genus Pertusaria (Ascomycota) in Central Africa (Congo/Kivu, Rwanda and Burundi) and Western Kenya
Archer, Alan W.; Elix, John A.; Fischer, Eberhard et al

in Nova Hedwigia (2009), 88(3-4), 309-333

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See detailThe lichen genus Porina in Macaronesia, with description of two new species
Sérusiaux, Emmanuël ULg; Berger, Franz; Brand, Maarten et al

in Lichenologist (2007), 39

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See detailLe lichen sclereux vulvaire
Gillard, Patricia ULg; Vanhooteghem, Olivier ULg; Richert, Bertrand ULg et al

in Revue Médicale de Liège (2005), 60(7-8), 656-660

Vulvar lichen sclerosus is a frequent mucocutaneous disease especially affecting 50 to 60 year-old women but with a possible onset at very young age. Symptoms are most disabling including pruritus and ... [more ▼]

Vulvar lichen sclerosus is a frequent mucocutaneous disease especially affecting 50 to 60 year-old women but with a possible onset at very young age. Symptoms are most disabling including pruritus and dyspareunia. Vulvar mucosa gradually becomes more white and atrophied. Degeneration into epidermoid carcinoma is possible. Treatment only consists of topical corticosteroids. [less ▲]

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See detailLichen-symbiotic cyanobacteria associated with Peltigera have an alternative vanadium-dependent nitrogen fixation-system
Hodkinson, Brendan P.; Allen, Jessica L.; Forrest, Laura L. et al

in European Journal of Phycology (2014), 49

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See detailA lichenological excursion in May 1997 near Han-sur-Lesse and Saint-Hubert, with notes on rare or critical taxa of the flora of Belgium and Luxembourg
van den Boom, Pieter; Sérusiaux, Emmanuël ULg; Diederich, Paul et al

in Lejeunia, Revue de Botanique (1998), 158

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See detailLichens and lichenicolous fungi on Laing Island (Papua New Guinea)
Aptroot, André; Diederich, Paul; Sérusiaux, Emmanuël ULg et al

in Bibliotheca Lichenologica (1995), 57

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See detailLichens et champignons lichénicoles nouveaux ou intéressants pour la flore de Belgique et des régions voisines. II. Espèces épiphytiques
Sérusiaux, Emmanuël ULg; Rose, Francis

in Bulletin de la Société Royale de Botanique de Belgique = Bulletin van de Koninklijke Belgische Botanische Vereniging (1984), 117

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See detailLichens et champignons lichénicoles nouveaux ou intéressants pour la flore de Belgique et des régions voisines. III.
Sérusiaux, Emmanuël ULg; Diederich, Paul; Rose, Francis

in Dumortiera (1985), 33

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See detailLichens et champignons lichénicoles nouveaux ou intéressants pour la flore de Belgique et des régions voisines. IV
Diederich, Paul; Sérusiaux, Emmanuël ULg; Aptroot, André et al

in Dumortiera (1988), 42

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See detailLichens et champignons lichénicoles nouveaux ou intéressants pour la flore de Belgique et des régions voisines. V.
Diederich, Paul; Sérusiaux, Emmanuël ULg; van den Boom, Pieter

in Lejeunia, Revue de Botanique (1991), 136

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See detailLichens et champignons lichénicoles nouveaux ou intéressants pour la flore de Belgique et des régions voisines. VII.
van den Boom, Pieter; Diederich, Paul; Sérusiaux, Emmanuël ULg

in Bulletin de la Société des Naturalistes Luxembourgeois (1996), 97

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See detailLes lichens foliicoles: concept, classification écologique et position systématique
Sérusiaux, Emmanuël ULg

in Naturalistes Belges (Les) (1977), 58

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See detailHet Licht van Vlaanderen
Hendrickx, Kim ULg

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A metaphorical reflection on police control in Flanders, and the creation of a suspicious Other

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See detailLichtenstein procedure under local anaesthesia
DETRY, Olivier ULg

Conference (2017, March 18)

LICHTENSTEIN REPAIR UNDER LOCAL ANAESTHESIA Pr Olivier Detry, Dpt of Abdominal Surgery and Transplantation, CHU Liège, Liège, Belgium. Email: oli.detry@chu.ulg.ac.be Despite many studies confirming the ... [more ▼]

LICHTENSTEIN REPAIR UNDER LOCAL ANAESTHESIA Pr Olivier Detry, Dpt of Abdominal Surgery and Transplantation, CHU Liège, Liège, Belgium. Email: oli.detry@chu.ulg.ac.be Despite many studies confirming the feasibility and the interest of local anaesthesia for inguinal hernia repair [1-3], its use is not generalized amongst abdominal surgeons. The advantages of local anaesthesia are indeed clear, including reduced costs, reduced hospital stay and reduced post operative pain. The success of the procedure depends on the skills and the motivation of the surgeon, of the nursing teams, and of the patient him/herself. Perfect knowledge of the surgical technique and of the regional nerve anatomy is required. The Lichtenstein repair may be easily performed under local anaesthesia, but should be proposed in the early experience to non-obese patients suffering from limited inguinal hernia. It can even be performed by surgical residents [4]. Practically, local anaesthesia requires some patience and quiet in the operative room. Operators should be aware that the action of local anaesthesia is delayed after injection. Local anaesthetics should be buffered [5] and at body temperature at time of injection. Local anaesthetics containing Adrenalin allow longer pain control, with limitation of bleeding and less toxicity. Large and brutal movements should be avoided. Transversus abdominis plane (TAP) block can also be proposed [6]. The surgical and anaesthetic techniques for inguinal hernia repair should be tailored to the specific characteristics of the hernia and of the patient. There is no method of choice that might fit for every patient. References [1] van Veen RN, Mahabier C, Dawson I, Hop WC, Kok NF, Lange JF, et al. Spinal or local anesthesia in lichtenstein hernia repair: a randomized controlled trial. Ann Surg 2008;247:428-433. [2] Verstraete L, Becaus N, Swannet H, Ceelen W, Duchateau L, Speybroeck N. Long term outcome after lichtenstein hernia repair using general, locoregional or local anaesthesia. Acta Chir Belg 2015;115:136-141. [3] Dhankhar DS, Sharma N, Mishra T, Kaur N, Singh S, Gupta S. Totally extraperitoneal repair under general anesthesia versus Lichtenstein repair under local anesthesia for unilateral inguinal hernia: a prospective randomized controlled trial. Surg Endosc 2014;28:996-1002. [4] Paajanen H, Varjo R. Ten-year audit of Lichtenstein hernioplasty under local anaesthesia performed by surgical residents. BMC Surg 2010;10:24. [5] Ball EL, Sanjay P, Woodward A. Comparison of buffered and unbuffered local anaesthesia for inguinal hernia repair: a prospective study. Hernia : the journal of hernias and abdominal wall surgery 2006;10:175-178. [6] Milone M, Di Minno MN, Musella M, Maietta P, Salvatore G, Iacovazzo C, et al. Outpatient inguinal hernia repair under local anaesthesia: feasibility and efficacy of ultrasound-guided transversus abdominis plane block. Hernia : the journal of hernias and abdominal wall surgery 2013;17:749-755. [less ▲]

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See detailLiDAR derived ecological integrity indicators for riparian zones: Application to the Houille river in Southern Belgium/Northern France
Michez, Adrien ULg; Piégay, Hervé; Toromanoff, François ULg et al

in Ecological Indicators (2013), 34(0), 627-640

Riparian zones are central landscape features providing several ecosystem services and are exceptionally rich in biodiversity. Despite their relatively low area coverage, riparian zones consequently ... [more ▼]

Riparian zones are central landscape features providing several ecosystem services and are exceptionally rich in biodiversity. Despite their relatively low area coverage, riparian zones consequently represent a major concern for land and water resource managers confirmed within several European directives. These directives involve effective multi-scale monitoring to assess their conditions and their ability to carry out their functions. The objective of this research was to develop automated tools to provide from a single aerial LiDAR dataset new mapping tools and keystone riparian zone attributes assessing the ecological integrity of the riparian zone at a network scale (24 km reach). Different metrics were extracted from the original LiDAR point cloud, notably the Digital Terrain Model and Canopy Height Model rasters, allowing the extraction of riparian zones attributes such as the wetted channel (0.89 m; mean residual) and floodplain extents (6.02 m; mean residual). Different riparian forest characteristics were directly extracted from these layers (patch extent, overhanging character, longitudinal continuity, relative water level, mean and relative standard deviation of tree height). Within the riparian forest, the coniferous stands were distinguished from deciduous and isolated trees, with high accuracy (87.3 %, Kappa Index). Going further the mapping of the indicators, our study proposed an original approach to study the riparian zone attributes within different buffer width, from local scale (50 m long channel axis reach) to a network scale (ca 2 km long reaches), using a disaggregation/re-agraggation process. This novel approach, combined to graphical presentations of the results allow natural resource managers to visualise the variation of upstream-downstream attributes and to identify priority action areas. In the case study, results showed a general decrease of the riparian forests when the river crosses built-up areas. They also highlighted the lower flooding frequency of riparian forest patches in habitats areas. Those results showed that LiDAR data can be used to extract indicators of ecological integrity of riparian zones in temperate climate zone. They will enable the assessment of the ecological integrity of riparian zones to be undertaken at the regional scale (13000 km, completely covered by an aerial LIDAR survey in 2013). [less ▲]

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See detailLe LiDAR-t et la photogrammétrie pour modéliser des troncs irréguliers
Bauwens, Sébastien ULg

Scientific conference (2013, October 08)

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