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Marret, Henri (1964- ...).

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Works: 67 works in 104 publications in 2 languages and 547 library holdings
Genres: Programmed instructional materials  Handbooks and manuals 
Roles: Author, Author of introduction, Thesis advisor, Publishing director, Opponent, Other, Editor
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Most widely held works by Henri Marret
Gynécologie pour le praticien by J Lansac( Book )

12 editions published between 2002 and 2018 in French and English and held by 228 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

La gynécologie fait partie de la pratique courante du médecin généraliste : examens systématiques, contraception, dépistages de cancers, prise en charge d'une pathologie du sein ou des pathologies fréquentes entraînant des saignements, des leucorrhées, problèmes courants de sexologie ... Et cela de la puberté à la post-ménopause en sachant qu'un patient sur deux est une femme! Cet ouvrage, qui est une référence incontournable, propose au praticien un texte clair et concis, une iconographie abondante et en couleur, des arbres décisionnels et de nombreux tableaux récapitulatifs concernant les médicaments disponibles en Europe. Le médecin est ainsi guidé dans tous les aspects de sa pratique de la gynécologie de ville : de l'examen gynécologique à la prescription des examens complémentaires en passant par la rédaction de l'ordonnance ou des certificats. Les objectifs définis en début de chapitre et les exercices proposés à la fin du livre permettront à ceux qui s'initient à la gynécologie d'aller rapidement à l'essentiel et de vérifier leur bonne acquisition des connaissances indispensables à la pratique quotidienne. Le cahier d'auto-évaluation peut aussi être utilisé par le praticien qui exerce depuis plusieurs années et veut actualiser ses connaissances : en se testant sur des cas cliniques, il pourra se concentrer utilement sur sa lecture ainsi que sur ses connaissances à actualiser. L'évolution des techniques et de la thérapeutique en pratique gynécologique, ainsi que le succès des précédentes éditions, justifient cette nouvelle édition. Désormais totalement en couleur, elle bénéficie d'une mise à jour complète des informations et d'une iconographie enrichie et renouvelée. [Payot]
120 questions en gynécologie-obstétrique by Henri Marret( Book )

13 editions published between 2009 and 2020 in French and English and held by 144 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Véritable outil pour la pratique quotidienne des médecins généralistes, des sages-femmes, des étudiants en médecine et des gynécologues-obstétriciens débutants, ce livre rassemble 120 questions/réponses et conduites à tenir, adaptées à chaque problématique de gynécologie-obstétrique. Présentée sous forme de fiche, chaque question suit le même plan : demande de la patiente, première consultation avec l'interrogatoire et l'examen du médecin généraliste ou de la sage-femme, et prescription des examens complémentaires initiaux, puis réponse du gynécologue obstétricien avec ce qu'il faut connaître du diagnostic, les bilans, le traitement et le suivi de chaque pathologie. L'ouvrage aborde chaque sujet avec des conduites à tenir précises, des arbres décisionnels sur tous les aspects de gynécologie médicale et chirurgicale, d'obstétrique et de grossesse pathologique, de cancérologie et de médecine de la reproduction. Sont présentées les questions de diagnostic anténatal, d'interruption volontaire de grossesse, de demande de certificat, mais aussi de stérilisation volontaire féminine avec les cadres juridiques adaptés. Cette 4e édition, entièrement révisée, s'est enrichie de nombreux thèmes, en raison notamment de l'actualité de la discipline : les violences faites aux femmes, l'IVG, la PMA, le post-partum, les migrantes ... Les questions de législation, de prévention des cancers, ainsi que les algorithmes de décision ont également bénéficié d'une actualisation (loi de bioéthique 2020 non appliquée à la date de parution du livre). [Ed.]
Pratique de l'accouchement( Visual )

1 edition published in 2006 in French and held by 30 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

101 questions en gynécologie-obstétrique by Henri Marret( Book )

1 edition published in 2004 in French and held by 29 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Pratique de l'accouchement by J Lansac( Book )

2 editions published between 2006 and 2012 in French and English and held by 12 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"L'ouvrage indique la conduite à tenir lors de l'accouchement, qu'il soit normal ou pathologique. Sont prises en compte les dernières recommandations du CNGOF, de l'ANAES et du Collège européen. Le mini-site propose environ 150 vidéos."--Memento
Gynécologie by Jacques Lansac( Book )

5 editions published between 2002 and 2014 in French and held by 6 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Gynécologie pour le praticien by J Lansac( )

1 edition published in 2018 in French and held by 4 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Les cancers du sein infiltrants avec récepteurs aux oestrogènes négatifs et positifs à la progestérone by Claudia Etienne( )

2 editions published in 2017 in French and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Contexte : Dans la prise en charge des cancers du sein infiltrants, l'expression des récepteurs hormonaux (récepteur à l'oestrogène RE et récepteur à la progestérone RP) constitue de façon établie, un facteur pronostique de la survie des patientes et prédictif de la réponse au traitement adjuvant. Dans certains cas les cellules cancéreuses ne sont porteuses que d'un seul type de récepteur. Les cancers dits RE-/RP+ sont un sous-type peu fréquent (1 à 4%) dont l'existence même est discutée. Le but de l'étude était d'évaluer les caractéristiques de ce sous-type. Méthodes : Nous avons repris les données de toutes les patientes prises en charge dans notre centre pour cancers du sein infiltrants sur la période du 1er janvier 2007 au 31 décembre 2013 afin de comparer le sous- groupe de patientes avec des tumeurs RE-/RP+ aux trois autres sous-groupes. Résultats et discussion: Sur les 2071 cas de cancers infiltrants relevés sur la période de l'étude, 1.2% étaient RE-/RP+. Les patientes porteuses de ce type tumoral étaient en moyenne plus jeunes que celles avec des tumeurs RE+ (p<0.0001) Ces tumeurs différaient des groupes RE+ pour plusieurs facteurs histopronostiques avec une taille plus élevée (p=0.0004), un grade SBR plus élevé, plus de sur-expression/amplification de HER2, plus de contingent d'in situ, d'invasion vasculaire et d'envahissement ganglionnaire (p<0.0001). Le traitement adjuvant comportait de fait plus souvent une chimiothérapie en association avec l'hormonothérapie indiquée pour ce sous-groupe. La survie était équivalente à celle des patientes des groupes RE+ et se distinguait de celles du groupe RE-/RP- (p<0.0001).Ce sous-type de cancer mammaire se distingue des cancers de type RE+ avec des caractéristiques cliniques et histologiques de moins bon pronostic ; et des cancers de type RE- avec une meilleure survie pour ces patientes et ceci grâce à l'association fréquente de l'hormonothérapie et de la chimiothérapie
Prescription de macroprogestatifs oraux en alternative aux contraceptions validées : étude de pratiques en région Centre by Floriane Bonnin( )

2 editions published in 2019 in French and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Background: The French contraceptive offer continues to grow and evolve. Oral synthetic progestogens (chlormadinone acetate, cyproterone acetate, nomegestrol acetate), now used to fight against gynecological functional signs, do not have a marketing authorization for contraceptive purposes. The objective of our study is to make an inventory of the prescription of pregnane and norpregnane progestins in ambulatory consultation of gynecology. Material and methods: This observational, descriptive and cohort epidemiological study took place between February 1st and August 31st, 2018. The survey studied the patients of four private gynecologists working in the French department of Loiret. The prescription arguments for synthetic progestogens have been evaluated. Using statistical cluster analysis, we drew profiles of patients whose contraceptive, personal and medical history, is based on pregnane or norpregnane progestins prescription as contraception. Results: Our study, including 129 patients, showed that contraceptive pregnane and norpregnane progestins are useful for women from puberty to menopause, with a particular frequency during perimenopause. These are patients who have a gynecological pathology with disabling functional signs or poor tolerance to other methods of contraception or a contraindication to combined oral contraceptives. Conclusion: Clinically well tolerated, pregnane and norpregnane progestins appear in our study as the only reasonable and effective contraceptive solution for these patients. Their addition to the current contraceptive pharmacopoeia would seem interesting
Recherche de critères péjoratifs de réussite en Fécondation In Vitro intraconjugale au CHRU de Tours by Laura Dijols( )

2 editions published in 2020 in French and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

In France, one in every 40 births is achieved through IVF. Depending on the couple's initial assessment, including the woman's age, the chances of giving birth can be weak if using the couple's own gametes. The disappointment is devastating for those who strongly believe that Assisted Reproductive Technology is “infallible”. Should we include all couples in our intra-marital IVF protocols? In some cases, wouldn't it be better to suggest other types of process in the first place (gamete donation, adoption)? The main purpose of our study was to evaluate the birth rate by puncture in intra-marital IVF treatments after a fresh embryo transfer according to the main prognostic factors: woman's age, AMH, AFC, FSH, BMI, tobacco usage and thus determine the pejorative criteria (<10 %) of success in intra-marital IVF. Materials and methods: This is a retrospective, observational, and monocentric study, conducted in the Reproductive Medicine and Biology Department in Tours regional hospital CHRU, between January 2008 and December 2017. It included a total of 7,137 intra-marital IVF cycles with oocyte punctures. Results: The population was divided into 6 age groups according to the birth rate by puncture: [18-22] years old, [23-32]yo, [33-36]yo, [37]yo, [38-40] yo, [41-43]yo. The highest birth rate (30,9 %) came from the [23-32] yo age group (reference group) whereas the lowest rate (9,5 %) came from the [41-43]yo age group. For the [23-36]yo group, when the AMH is <0,6ng/mL and if the FSH is >10 UI/L, no birth occurs. From [37-40]yo, a AMH <0,6 ng/mL is linked to a birth rate <10 %. When the AMH is between [0,6-3,5] ng/mL and if the AFC is <6, the birth rate is also <10 %. From the age of 41, a AMH<1,2ng/mL is linked to a birth rate by puncture <10%. When the AMH is >1,2ng/mL and if the AFC is <5, the birth rate by puncture reads <10 %. Regardless of the age, obesity is linked to a 4 % decrease in birth rate by puncture whereas tobacco consumption only decreases this rate by 1 % (NS). Conclusion/Discussion : The tests results can reveal a personalized trend, either positive or negative, of the success rates of intra-conjugal IVF. What solution or coverage should be offered to couples with a negative prognostic? Should the contributing factors negatively impacting the success rate only hold an informative value for the couples concerned, without precluding the cover for intra-conjugal IVF, nor limiting the number of tries authorised by the Social Security? As well as providing information, should these negative factors lead to intra-conjugal IVF not being covered by Social Security, as their success rate is deemed too low? Or could it be that not only do these negative factors provide invaluable information to the couples concerned, but also lead to the option of taking an IVF “test”, hence providing a compromise to the two previously mentioned options? Regardless of the healthcare centre's position in the matter, this decision must be a collegial one and must be homogenous to all couples
Emboles lymphovasculaires et cancer de l'ovaire : une étude multicentrique du groupe de recherche FRANCOGYN by Julien Cirier( )

2 editions published in 2017 in French and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The aim of this study was to evaluate the impact of lymphovascular space invasion (LVSI) on overall survival (OS) and recurrence-free survival (RFS) in patients treated for ovarian cancer. Material and methods: Retrospective multicentre study of the research group FRANCOGYN between January 2001 and May 2016. All patients managed for ovarian cancer surgery and for whom the presence or absence of LVSI was specified, were included. Patients' characteristics with LVSI (LVSI-1) were compared to those without LVSI (LVSI-0). We evaluated the presence of independent risk factors of LVSI. An OS and RFS analysis were performed in all population and according to frequent pathological subtypes. Results: Over the study period, 493 patients were included in the seven institutions. Among them, 164 patients had LVSI (33,3%). More LVSI were observed in advanced stage (p<0,0001), residual disease at the end of surgery (p=0,01), platinum low sensibility (p=0,03), overall recurrence (p<0,0001), bilateral ovarian involvement (p=0,003), ovarian capsule involvement (p<0,0001), positive peritoneal cytology (p=0,0002), omentum involvement (p<0,0001), pelvic and para-aortic lymph node involvement (p<0,0001). In multivariate analysis, independent risk factors for LVSI were advanced stage (p<0,001) and ovarian capsule involvement (p<0,001). LVSI affected OS (p=0,0002) and RFS (p<0,0001), OS for early stage (p=0,04) and RFS for advanced stage (p=0,007). The related factors to OS were residual disease at the end of surgery (p=0,03), early stage (p=0,0004), presence of LVSI (p=0,04) and pathological type. LVSI and estrogen receptors (ER) affected the RFS of high-grade serous tumors (p=0,0005) with advanced stage (p=0,09) and ER+ (p=0,02) as independent risk factors in multivariate analysis. LVSI affected RFS of endometrioid tumors (p=0,006) and lowgrade serous tumors (p=0,018) as well as OS and RFS of mucinous tumors (p<0,0001). Conclusion: The presence of LVSI in ovarian epithelial tumors has an impact on OS and RFS. It's a major prognostic factor to consider in patients with ovarian cancer
Précision diagnostique de l'IRM pour l'analyse de l'endométriose profonde latérale by Marie-Charlotte Delaveau( )

2 editions published in 2020 in French and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Introduction: The relevance of MR imaging (MRI) for the diagnosis of lateral deep pelvic endometriosis (DPE) is unclear. The aims of the study were for the evaluation of lateral DPE (i) to compare the value of 1.5T and 3T, (ii) to assess inter-observer agreement, (iii) to define predictive MR imaging factors and (iv) to estimate an optimal threshold of torus/uterosacral size and rectosigmoid associated with lateral DPE (LDPE). Patients and Methods: This retrospective study included 124 patients with clinical suspicionof endometriosis who undergone surgery after MRI between January 2018 and December 2019. Two radiologists with different degrees of experience were independently asked to determine the presence of lateral DPE in addition to posterior (uterosacral ligaments (USL), vagina, rectosigmoid colon) and anterior (round ligaments, bladder) DPE using 1.5 or 3T devices. Descriptive analysis, interobserver agreements (kappa values) and Fisher's exact test were performed. A backward variable selection was performed to determine independent predictors. An optimal threshold analysis was determined by a minimal p-value approach. Results: Lateral, posterior, and anterior were found by surgery in respectively 60 (48.4%), 117 (94.3%), and 22 (17.7%) of the 124 patients. A significant difference between MRI readings performed at 1.5T (p=0.155) and 3T (p=0.000001) was displayed for senior radiologist. A low interobserver agreement was noted between readers for the detection of LDPE (k = 0.25). After uni and multivariate analysis, MRI analysis of USL (p=0.015), vaginal (p=0.039) and rectosigmoid (p=0.0018) endometriosis was independently associated with LDPE. A statistical correlation between LDPE and torus/USL (p=0.00313) and rectosigmoid (p-value = 0.0004833) endometriosis measurement at MRI was noted. For isolated torus/USL and rectosigmoid endometriosis, the most significant threshold associated with LDPE was 12 and 27 mm, respectively. Conclusion: MRI can be used to accurately predict LDPE. This may help the clinician to preoperatively inform a patient about the risks of surgery
Incidence et facteurs de risque des atteintes radiculaires des membres inférieurs chez les parturientes ayant accouché par voie basse sous analgésie péridurale by Anne Bruno( )

2 editions published in 2020 in French and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Introduction : Postpartum neurological symptoms prevalence after epidural anesthesia is low. These neurological deficits can either be of radicular or distal origin. During lower limb neurological postpartum disorders, epidural anesthesia is often suspected. Given considerable risk of morbidity and mortality, it is crucial to evaluate the cause of these disorders and discriminate between anesthesia and obstetrical causes. Therefore, we first embarked upon investigating the incidence of lower limb neurological dysfunctions after vaginal delivery under epidural anesthesia. Then we investigated the origin, radicular or distal, of such dysfunctions in order to identify etiological factors within our two study groups. Method : We undertook a 17-year prospective study to establish the incidence of postpartum neurological dysfunctions after vaginal delivery under epidural anesthesia (from 10/01/2002 to 10/01/2019). Parturient women presenting neurological deficits (motor and/or sensitive) a week after delivery (for the first 11 years) were send to a neurologist for a clinical evaluation and send for electroneuromyography (ENMG) and/or a radiologic evaluation (MRI, TDM). Parturient women were included in either radicular or distal dysfunction groups and matched with 4 controls. Demographic, obstetrical and anesthetic data were collected for each case. Results : A hundred and four parturient women suffered from a neurological deficit (104/21804, 0.48%). Among these, we analyzed thirty-two patients. A majority of patients displayed radicular deficits (25/32). Radicular neurological dysfunctions were associated with the following risk factors: higher mother's age (p=0.01); late-term pregnancy (p=0.001); higher newborn's weight (p=0.006); longer lithotomy position (p=0.0004); instrumental vaginal delivery (p=0.03); episiotomy (p=0.006); time of epidural anesthesia (p=0.0005); and time between arrival in the delivery room and childbirth (p=0.008). Similar risk factors were also found in patients suffering from distal neurological dysfunctions: higher newborn's weight (p=0.006); longer lithotomy position (p=0.004); time of anesthesia consultation (p=0.001); and time between arrival in the delivery room and childbirth (p=0.005). Conclusion: Lower limb neurological deficits were identified in 0.48% of vaginal deliveries under epidural anesthesia. Among these, radicular impairments are more frequent, with obstetrical risk factors (excluding age and non-anesthetic factors). Similar risk factors are associated with distal impairments (excluding instrumental vaginal delivery and episiotomy)
Evaluation de l'observance, tolérance et satisfaction du port des orthèses de cheville de marche à fonction releveur de pied (ankle-foot orthoses) chez le patient hémiparétique post-AVC : revue systématique de la littérature by Julian Badreddine( )

2 editions published in 2020 in French and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Introduction : Ankle foot orthoses (AFO) are commonly used in Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine to improve hemiparetic gait exhibited by people who have suffered a stroke. However, a wide range of types and models of AFO are available and there are no existing guidelines to help the prescribers to chose among them. Although a theorical equivalent efficacy between those types has been recently demonstrated, there are some differences in outcomes among patients. We hypothesized that such differences could be explained by some other associated and few studied factors such as Compliance, Tolerability and Satisfaction within the AFO's. We therefore aimed to assess such factors through a systematic review of the littérature by specifically considerating each type of device. Materiel and methods : Four databases were screened for the Systematic review of littérature (PUBMED, COCHRANE, ScienceDirect, ClinicalTrials), following the PRISMA guidelines. Results : 22 studies were totally included (1232 patients). Better Satisfaction was noted favouring FES compare to AFO's. Tolerability was better concerning AFO's compare to FES. Compliance was little studied and seemed to favour AFO's compare to FES. Results were of low to moderate level of evidence. Concerning comparisons between types of AFO's, the custom-made PLSAFO seemed to be the most satisfactory AFO. There were to little results about compliance and tolerability. Results were of low level of evidence. Conclusion : Others better-constructed studies regarding those factors are necessary
Prescription de contraception oestro-progestative en schéma continu : étude de pratique professionnelle à partir d'un panel de gynécologues, médecins généralistes et sages-femmes by Claire Proust( )

2 editions published in 2020 in French and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Background: New combined oral contraception regimens (continue, extended or flexible) appear to space or stop the withdrawals bleedings to meet the new woman's expectations and improve her quality of life. However, there is no recommendation about the management of the prescription. The purpose of our study is to describe the habits of the new regimen oral contraceptive prescription. Materials and methods: We realize a descriptive observational study. We sand a questionnaire to gynecologists, general practitioners and midwives employed or trained in the region Centre Val de Loire. Their prescriptions habits and their new oral contraceptive regimens knowledges have been evaluated and compared. Results: The sample was composed of 145 health professionals, 83,5% of whom prescribed new combined oral contraceptive regimens. The main indications were endometriosis, severe menstruation-associated symptoms, the wish to have amenorrhea or the request by patients. The extended regimen was the most used. The blister of 21 tablets was the packaging the most prescribed. Their knowledges about indications and benefits of those new regimens were satisfactory. Conclusion: The new combined oral contraceptive regimens were proposed by the most of health professionals but with a large variability. Studies are necessary to compared tolerance of prescription status to guide professional practices et to improve women's quality of life
Intérêt et critères de succès du traitement médical par misoprostol des avortements spontanés du premier trimestre de la grossesse by Mathilde Stoëri( Book )

1 edition published in 2004 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Essure® et Novasure® : étude rétrospective multicentrique by Isabelle Treyssac-Ninet( Book )

1 edition published in 2011 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Prise en charge des maladies trophoblastiques gestationnelles dans la région Centre entre 1997 et 2001 : Etude rétrospective multicentrique by Etienne Roussel( Book )

1 edition published in 2004 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

 
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120 questions en gynécologie-obstétrique
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Marret, H.

Marret, H. (Henri)

Marret, Henry

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French (50)

English (6)