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Fort de France, Martinique Clinical Trials

A listing of Fort de France, Martinique clinical trials actively recruiting patients volunteers.

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Found (34) clinical trials

High Risk Adult T-cell Leukemia/Lymphoma (ATLL-HR) and Allogeneic Transplant

Patients are recruited at diagnosis or at relapse of ATLL-HR in French Caribbean islands and Guyana. They all receive Zidovudine and Pegylated Interferon (ZPI). For patients younger than 65 years old, an allogeneic donor is searching out. Patients included at relapse and with lymphoma clinico-biological subtype also receive chemotherapy (CT). ...

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National Register of Oesophageal Atresia

The esophageal atresia is a group of birth defects including a break in continuity of the esophagus with or without persistent communication with the trachea (tracheoesophageal fistula), sometimes associated (from 50%) of other malformations (heart, kidney, digestive ...). The current prognosis for this ailment is good. However he persists a ...

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National Cohort of Children Born to HIV-positive Mothers

The goal of the CO11 national cohort is to provide with CO1 a wider surveillance system to monitor changes in the rate of mother to child transmission and preventive practices in France and especially to identify the occurrence of toxicity in children exposed perinatally to antiretroviral drugs. The CO11 EPF ...

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Variation of Aortic Compliance Related to Exercise Training With or Without Supervised Sessions

Many conditions and cardiovascular diseases (including stroke) are better managed with regular exercise training. The expected effects are partial reversal of adverse effects on heart and blood vessel structure and function, improved glycemic, tension and weight control. Physiologically, the aorta maintains low left ventricular after-load, promotes optimal sub-endocardial coronary blood ...

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Diagnostic Value of Bone Marrow Tryptase in Systemic Mastocytosis

Mastocytosis are a group of disorders characterized by clonal accumulation of mast cells in various organs. Diagnosis of mastocytosis is challenging and patients remain undiagnosed for years. Using the diagnostic criteria defined by the World Health Organization (WHO) mastocytosis can be divided between Cutaneous Mastocytosis (CM) and Systemic Mastocytosis (SM). ...

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Dosimetric Comparison of Doses in Both Positions (Prone and Decubitus) for Patient With Breast Cancer

Quantitative Physics: dosimetric comparison of doses in target volumes and organs at risk. The technique used is that of which the dose on the organs at risk is as low as possible, and whose dose to the target volume is the closest possible to the prescribed dose (100% of the ...

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Efficacy of Temocillin in Urinary Tract Infection Due to ESBL Producing and AmpC Hyperproducing Enterobacteriaceae

The present study aims at demonstrating the efficacy of temocillin in the treatment of UTI requiring parenteral therapy due to a confirmed ESBL producing or AmpC hyperproducing Enterobacteriaceae, resistant to quinolones and Bactrim in France. In addition, this study will describe and support the use of high dose (6g/day) of ...

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Study of the Therapeutic Response and Survival of Patients With Metastatic Colorectal Cancer (Stage IV) and Treated According to the Guidelines of a Chemosensitivity Test Oncogramme (ONCOGRAM)

Currently, chemotherapies are empirically administered to patients treated for colorectal cancer (CRC). Selection is based on the efficacy of a protocol previously determined on the largest number (consensus treatment), the decision-making process being weighted by patient's intrinsic criteria. However, each patient is unique, due to the inter- and intratumoral heterogeneity ...

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Epidemiology and Pathophysiology of Parkinsonism in the Caribbeans

An atypical akineto-rigid parkinsonian syndrome, unresponsive to L-dopa has been evidenced in Guadeloupe. Abnormally frequent, this progressive supranuclear palsy (PSP)-like syndrome represents a new clinical entity. Unlike in classical PSP 70% of patients have myoclonus, 59% hallucinations, 78% REM sleep behavior disorders. Oculomotor pattern differs from classical PSP suggesting that ...

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COsegregation of VARiants in the BRCA1/2 and PALB2 Genes

The BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes are the two major high-risk breast and/or ovarian cancer susceptibility genes. Monoallelic germline mutations that disrupt their normal gene function significantly increase the risk of developing cancer in carriers. The identification of a causal mutation in a proband allows proposing pre-symptomatic testing for the causal ...

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