His scientific interests lie mostly in Surgery, Transplantation, Liver transplantation, Internal medicine and Gastroenterology. Jean-Bernard Otte regularly ties together related areas like Hepatoblastoma in his Surgery studies. His Transplantation study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Viral disease, Immunosuppression, Hepatectomy and Virology.
His Liver transplantation study combines topics in areas such as El Niño and Hepatitis. His work on Risk factor, Multivariate analysis and Clinical trial as part of general Internal medicine research is frequently linked to Fatty acid, bridging the gap between disciplines. Jean-Bernard Otte has included themes like Viability assay, Laryngitis and Pneumonia in his Gastroenterology study.
His primary scientific interests are in Surgery, Liver transplantation, Transplantation, Internal medicine and Gastroenterology. His Surgery research integrates issues from Hepatoblastoma and General surgery. His work carried out in the field of Liver transplantation brings together such families of science as Immunosuppression, Cirrhosis and Incidence, Pathology.
His Transplantation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Retrospective cohort study, El Niño, Complication and Immunology.
Jean-Bernard Otte mostly deals with Liver transplantation, Surgery, Transplantation, Internal medicine and Hepatoblastoma. His Liver transplantation research includes themes of Immunosuppression, Graft acceptance, Retrospective cohort study and Intensive care medicine. Jean-Bernard Otte usually deals with Surgery and limits it to topics linked to Incidence and Multivariate analysis.
His work deals with themes such as Liver disease, Hemangioendothelioma and Biliary tract, which intersect with Transplantation. Jean-Bernard Otte interconnects Gastroenterology and Oncology in the investigation of issues within Internal medicine. Jean-Bernard Otte has researched Hepatoblastoma in several fields, including Liver tumor, Metastasis, General surgery, Total Hepatectomy and Surgical treatment.
His main research concerns Surgery, Liver transplantation, Hepatoblastoma, Transplantation and Internal medicine. Surgery is represented through his Chemotherapy, El Niño and Patient satisfaction research. His research integrates issues of Regimen, Tacrolimus, Incidence and Treatment outcome in his study of Liver transplantation.
His Hepatoblastoma research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Liver tumor, Biopsy, Metastasis, General surgery and Total Hepatectomy. His Transplantation study incorporates themes from Liver disease and Retrospective cohort study. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Gastroenterology, Endocrinology and Oncology.
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Endoscopic stapling technique of esophagodiverticulostomy for Zenker's diverticulum.
Jean-Marie Collard;Jean-Bernard Otte;Paul Jacques Kestens.
The Annals of Thoracic Surgery (1993)
Normalised intrinsic mortality risk in liver transplantation: European Liver Transplant Registry study.
René Adam;Valérie Cailliez;Pietro Majno;Vincent Karam.
The Lancet (2000)
Liver transplantation for hepatoblastoma: Results from the International Society of Pediatric Oncology (SIOP) study SIOPEL‐1 and review of the world experience
Jean-Bernard Otte;J. Pritchard;D C Aronson;J. Brown.
Pediatric Blood & Cancer (2004)
2005 PRETEXT: a revised staging system for primary malignant liver tumours of childhood developed by the SIOPEL group
Derek J. Roebuck;Daniel Aronson;Philippe Clapuyt;Piotr Czauderna.
Pediatric Radiology (2007)
Hepatocyte transplantation in a 4-year-old girl with peroxisomal biogenesis disease: technique, safety, and metabolic follow-up.
Etienne M. Sokal;Françoise Smets;Annick Bourgois;Lionel Van Maldergem.
Successful Treatment of Childhood High-Risk Hepatoblastoma With Dose-Intensive Multiagent Chemotherapy and Surgery: Final Results of the SIOPEL-3HR Study
József Zsíros;Rudolf Maibach;Elizabeth Shafford;Laurence Brugieres.
Journal of Clinical Oncology (2010)
Ratio between Epstein-Barr viral load and anti-Epstein-Barr virus specific T-cell response as a predictive marker of posttransplant lymphoproliferative disease.
Francoise Smets;Dominique Latinne;Hervé Bazin;Raymond Reding.
Pancreaticoduodenal resection. Surgical experience and evaluation of risk factors in 103 patients.
Jp. Lerut;Pierre Gianello;Jean-Bernard Otte;Pj. Kestens.
Annals of Surgery (1984)
Early signs and risk factors for the increased incidence of Epstein-Barr virus-related posttransplant lymphoproliferative diseases in pediatric liver transplant recipients treated with tacrolimus.
E M Sokal;H Antunes;C Beguin;M Bodeus.
Size reduction of the donor liver is a safe way to alleviate the shortage of size-matched organs in pediatric liver transplantation.
Jean-Bernard Otte;J de Ville de Goyet;Etienne Sokal;D. Alberti.
Annals of Surgery (1990)
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