Caen University Hospital

Principle contact details

Contact name:Prof Benateau H
Address:Department of maxillo-facial surgery
Caen University Hospital
Avenue Côte de Nacre
14000 Caen
Telephone:02 31 06 48 15

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Other team members

Surgeon:Bénateau and Taupin (maxillofacial)
Speech therapist:Blaison, Lambert-Prou, Drillet
Orthodontist:Cabouret D, Cabouret P,Lavenu JL
Clinical geneticist:Gérard
Other:Prosthesist: Thiboust
Patient follow up:benateau

Annual case load

Cleft palate:10
Pierre Robin:2
Cleft lip (CL) Unilateral (UCL):10
Bilateral (BCL):4
Number of syndromic cases:Robin, goldenhar, binder

Primary surgical protocol

Timing of first repair and type of operation.

Complete UCLP:Lip closure in neonate period and primary rhinoplasty in the same time, soft palate at 6 months, hard palate between 12 and 18 months, and alveolar bone grafting between 4 and 6 year's old
Complete BCLP:the same
Isolated CP:the same

Record collection protocol

Are records routinely collected at specific ages?Yes
Does this conform to WHO timing recommendations
(birth, 5, 10, 15 and 20 years)?

State coverage of costs

Are the costs of the following treatments covered by the state (free to the patient)?

Surgery costs:All
Orthodontic costs:All
Speech and language therapy costs:All

Current research activity and data collection

Type(s) of software used:Excell and word
Participation in inter-centre studies:Yes
Details of studies:Genetic studies with Bruxelles (Pr Viikuula) on familaal cases and Van der Woud syndroms
Participation in other collaborations (projects):Yes
Details of projects:antenatal study with the department of mother and child in Caen
Published research papers:Yes
Details of publications:- Bénateau H, Roffé J-L, Cabouret D, Labbé D.
Prise en charge des fentes labio-maxillo-palatines au centre hospitalier universitaire de Caen.
Ann Chir Plast Esthet 2002; 47: 155-8. PMID : 12064205
- Bénateau H, Diner P-A, Soubeyrand E, Vazquez M-P, Picard A.
Les séquelles maxillaires dans les fentes labioalvéolopalatovélaires. Analyse des causes de la retromaxillie et réflexions sur sa prévention.
Rev Stomatol Chir Maxillofac 2007; 108, 4 : 297-300. PMID : 17689577

- Picard A, Diner P-A, Labbé D, Nicolas J, Tomat C, Seigneuric J-B, Vazquez M-P, Bénateau H.
Les séquelles maxillaires dans les fentes labioalvéolopalatovélaires. Place de la distraction ostéogénique.
Rev Stomatol Chir Maxillofac 2007; 108, 4 : 313-20. PMID: 17675124

- Bénateau H.
Les séquelles des fentes labioalvéolopalatovélaires indissociables du traitement primaire.
Rev Stomatol Chir Maxillofac 2007; 4 : 251. PMID: 17681573

- Vanwijck R, Bayet B, Roffé J-L, Compère J-F, Bénateau H.
Les séquelles labiales dans les fentes uni- et bilatérales.
Rev Stomatol Chir Maxillofac 2007; 108, 4: 265-74. PMID: 17681568

- Vazquez M-P, Soupre V, Bénateau H, Seigneuric J-B, Martinez H, Taieb M-F, Trichet-Zbinden C, Picard A.
Les séquelles velopharyngées dans les fentes labioalvéolopalatovélaires. Véloplasties et pharyngoplasties par lambeau pharyngé à pédicule supérieur ou inférieur.
Rev Stomatol Chir Maxillofac 2007; 108, 4: 334-42. PMID: 17681567

- Traoré H, Benchemam Y, Letouzé Y, Bénateau H.
Experiences with unilateral cleft lip in a humanitarian mission in Mali.
S Afr J Child Health 2007; 1, 4: 156-9.
- Desmyter L, Ghassibe M, Revencu N, Boute O, Lees M, François G, Verellen-Dumoulin C, Sznajer Y, Moncla A, Bénateau H, et al.
IRF 6 Screening of syndromic and a priori non syndromic cleft lip and palate patients : identification of a new type of minor VWS sign.
Mol Syndromol 2010;1:67-74. PMID : 21045959
- Bénateau H, Traoré H, Gilliot B, Taupin A, Ory L, Guillou-Jamard MR, Labbé D, Compère JF.
Fermeture des fistules palatines séquellaires de fentes.
Rev Stomatol Chir Maxillofac 2011 ;112,3 :139-44. PMID: 21481901
- Desmyter L, Ghassibe M, Courtens W, Revencu N, Kivirikko S, Ameye G, Quentric M, Bayet B, François G, Vanwijck R, Bénateau H, Boute O, Pellerin P, Antoine-Poirel H, Vikkula M.
New cases of SOX9 regulatory region mutations in an Acampomelic campomelic dysplasia patient and a 3-generation Pierre Robin sequence family.
European J Human Genetics

Potential clinical research activities

Clinical research activities interested in being involved in:

Randomised clinical trials:Yes
Inter-centre comparison of outcome:Yes
Prospective study:Yes
DNA collection:Yes

Potential laboratory based research activities

Laboratory based research activities interested in being involved in:

Laboratory genetics/genomics research:Yes
Animal models research:Yes

Total number of cases per annum

Total cases per annum:30