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      MICHEL Coquet

      MICHEL Coquet

      From the Departments of Pediatric Urology, Hopital La Timone, Marseilles and Hopital Robert Debre, Paris, France | Fédération de chirurgie pédiatrique, hôpital de La Timone, ...

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      MICHEL Coquet:Expert Impact

      Concepts for whichMICHEL Coquethas direct influence:Bladder exstrophy,Duplex ureteroceles,Bladder capacity,Abdominal wall,Bladder exstrophy followup,Bladder capacity followup,Complications gastrocystoplasty,Endoscopic treatment.

      MICHEL Coquet:KOL impact

      Concepts related to the work of other authors for whichfor which MICHEL Coquet has influence:Prune belly syndrome,Endoscopic incision,Abdominal wall,Bladder exstrophy,Upper pole,Ectopic ureteroceles,Monfort abdominoplasty.

      KOL Resume for MICHEL Coquet

      Year
      1998

      From the Departments of Pediatric Urology, Hopital La Timone, Marseilles and Hopital Robert Debre, Paris, France

      1997

      Fédération de chirurgie pédiatrique, hôpital de La Timone, bd Jean-Moulin, 13385 Marseille cedex 5, France

      1991

      From the Department of Paediatric Surgery, Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de la Timone, Hôpital des Enfants, Marsielle, France

      1988

      Department of Pediatric Surgery, CHU Timone, Marseille, France

      1987

      From the Hopital des Enfants, Marseille, France

      1985

      From the Centre Hospitaller Universitaire De La Timone, Hopital Des Enfants, Marseille, France

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      Sample of concepts for which MICHEL Coquet is among the top experts in the world.
      Concept World rank
      2 ureterocele excision #2
      ureteroceles endoscopic #2
      101 ureteroceles diagnosis #2
      101 ureteroceles #2
      duplex ureteroceles cases #2
      cases 95 children #2
      department 18year period #2
      ureterostomy upper #2
      sensation dysuria #3
      gastrocystoplasty led #3
      dysuria major #3
      advantages failed #3
      patch bleeding #3
      closure reconsidered #3
      insufficiently augmented #3
      initial gastrocystoplasty #3
      followup gastrocystoplasty #3
      gastrocystoplasty failed #3
      findings conservative approach #3
      outnumber advantages #3
      270 bladder #3
      augmented inconsistent #3
      gastrocystoplasty continence #3
      perform failed #3
      64 voiding #3
      gastrocystoplasty outnumber #3
      occur voiding #3
      gastrocystoplasty 22 #3
      hematuria perforation #3
      capacity insufficiently #3
      urethra 13 #3
      efficient gastrocystoplasty #3
      augmented bladder complications #3
      disadvantages gastrocystoplasty #3
      ureterocele endoscopy #3
      gastrocystoplasty followup #3
      voiding efficient #3
      children dysuria #4
      wall prune #4
      bladder exstrophy followup #4
      gastrocystoplasty cases #5
      isolated dysuria #5
      bladder capacity followup #5
      small compliant bladder #5
      performed gastrocystoplasty #5
      children gastrocystoplasty #5
      followup 3 children #6
      conclusions disadvantages #6
      bladder staged #6
      77 270 #6
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      Prominent publications by MICHEL Coquet

      KOL-Index: 6993

      PURPOSE: The encouraging initial results of gastrocystoplasty led us to perform it for failed bladder exstrophy closure. We assess the functional outcome of the augmented bladder and evaluate complications related directly to use of the stomach in this specific group of children.

      MATERIALS AND METHODS: We performed gastrocystoplasty in 22 children an average of 9.5 years old with a small, poorly compliant bladder after staged reconstruction of bladder exstrophy failed. Followup ranged ...

      Known for Bladder Exstrophy | Complications Gastrocystoplasty | Gastric Patch | 6 Months | Outcome Urinary
      KOL-Index: 5084

      We reviewed the cases of 95 children with duplex ureteroceles treated in this department over an 18-year period. There were 101 ureteroceles (6 bilateral). Diagnosis and treatment were analyzed. Special attention was paid to newborns screened in utero. We always strove to preserve functional renal tissue whenever possible. In keeping with this goal, three surgical techniques were used: (1) upper pole heminephrectomy; (2) ureterocele excision, bladder neck reconstruction, and ureter ...

      Known for Duplex Ureteroceles | Surgical Management | Ureterocele Incision | Primary Treatment | Urinary Tract
      KOL-Index: 4531

      There is currently widespread enthusiasm for abdominal wall reconstruction in patients with the prune belly syndrome. We have devised an operation that appears to offer some advantages over those proposed by Ehrlich and Randolph. The technique preserves the umbilicus, and thickens and strengthens the anterior abdominal wall. By narrowing the waist, it also produces a better cosmetic appearance. After full thickness resection of a varying amount of skin from the central abdomen, the ...

      Known for Abdominal Wall | Prune Belly | Cosmetic Appearance | Technique Umbilicus | Doublebreasted Fashion
      KOL-Index: 2180

      Cystoscopic incision for the treatment of ureterocele is a controversial procedure. With the advent of prenatal diagnosis of obstructive uropathy, neonates with asymptomatic ureteroceles are being encountered. We discuss several situations in which transurethral cystoscopic incision of the ureterocele may have merit.

      Known for Endoscopic Treatment | Prenatal Diagnosis | Obstructive Uropathy | Newborn Male | Incision Ureterocele
      KOL-Index: 1616

      According to major reports in the literature satisfactory cosmetic and genital results after correction of male epispadias have been achieved in only 50 per cent of the patients. Since 1976 we have been using the Duckett transverse island flap principle adapted to epispadiac anatomical conditions. The original technique was used in our initial 18 patients and the Asopa double flap technique was performed in the subsequent 14. Excellent results were obtained in both series. However, there ...

      Known for Island Flap | Male Epispadias | Retrospective Studies | Secondary Repair | Bladder Exstrophy
      KOL-Index: 737

      Abstract Purpose The encouraging initial results of gastrocystoplasty led us to perform it for failed bladder exstrophy closure. We assess the functional outcome of the augmented bladder and evaluate complications related directly to use of the stomach in this specific group of children. Materials and Methods We performed gastrocystoplasty in 22 children an average of 9.5 years old with a small, poorly compliant bladder after staged reconstruction of bladder exstrophy failed. Followup ...

      Known for Bladder Capacity
      KOL-Index: 270

      Micturition disorders were studied retrospectively in a series of 165 children over a period of 15 years. Among patients without lesions of the upper tract at the time of diagnosis (group A, n = 131), 18 (14%) had persistent nocturnal and diurnal enuresis: one urethral stenosis and six vesicoureteric reflux required surgery; three experienced persistent pollakiuria and enuresis. Among patients with upper urinary tract damage at the time of diagnosis (group B, n = 34), seven presented ...

      Known for Posterior Urethral Valves | Renal Function

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      From the Departments of Pediatric Urology, Hopital La Timone, Marseilles and Hopital Robert Debre, Paris, France | Fédération de chirurgie pédiatrique, hôpital de La Timone, bd Jean-Moulin, 13385 Marseille cedex 5, France | From the Department of Pae

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