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  • [Therapeutic adherence in asthma in France: A general review]. [Journal Article]
  • RMRev Mal Respir 2017; 34(3):194-222
  • Laforest L, Belhassen M, … Van Ganse É
  • CONCLUSIONS: The present review highlights the sustainability of adherence-related issues in asthma and the need to improve patients' knowledge on asthma and the finality of therapy. It also highlights the need of an improved communication between patients and physicians is also advocated. Further studies with more recent data are desirable to assess changes in disease management of asthma and the impact of potential future corrective interventions.
  • [Thymomectomy by minimally invasive surgery. Comparative study videosurgery versus robot-assisted surgery]. [Journal Article]
  • RMRev Mal Respir 2017 Feb 16
  • Witte Pfister A, Baste JM, … Peillon C
  • CONCLUSIONS: The minimally invasive route is safe, relatively atraumatic and may be incorporated in the therapeutic arsenal for the treatment of Masaoka stage I and II thymoma as an alternative to conventional sternotomy. RATS and VATS are two minimally invasive techniques and the results in the short and medium term are acceptable. The clinical advantages of one over the other are sifficult to establish. RATS could handle larger and more complex lesions in view of the weight and size of the operating instrument.
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