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Les vices de la communication juridique
Michel Leys
Pyramides : Revue du Centre d'Etudes et de Recherches en Administration Publique , 2012,
Abstract: Le citoyen est, plus qu'avant, confronté à des textes juridiques dans chacune de ses activités, même de la vie courante. Autrefois, on pouvait considérer que le législateur s'adressait à un public restreint de connaisseurs. C'est de moins en moins le cas. En quoi cela influence-t-il la communication du législateur vers le citoyen ? Le message passe-t-il correctement ?A partir du schéma de communication classique : émetteur (message) destinataireL'article se penche sur les problèmes qui peuvent obscurcir chacun des stades de la communication juridique : les difficultés rencontrées par l'émetteur (en particulier le passage du concept au mot), la nécessité de tenir compte du destinataire, les problèmes causés par la transmission du message, et enfin l'ambigu té du message lui-même.
Having a Look at the Effectiveness of SRI-endeavours
Jos Leys
Philosophica , 2007,
Abstract: This paper, an epilogue to the special issue on socially responsible investment (SRI), is a first attempt to philosophically tackle information asymmetries that pertain to the consequences or the effectiveness of SRI-policies. The paper discerns four types or techniques of SRI: 1) shareholder engagement; 2) the selection of best-in-class entities; 3) the maintenance of categorical exclusions; 4) the financing of alternative economies. For each technique, the paper first briefly sketches the mechanism that is put to work by the SRI-investor. Then, I try to assess whether the investor is able to know whether or not his SRI-effort is being or has been effective in the real world.
GMS Ophthalmology Cases – An Open Access Journal
Kirchhof, Bernd,Leys, Anita
GMS Ophthalmology Cases , 2011,
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Editorial introduction
Wim Vandekerckhove,Jos Leys
Philosophica , 2007,
Abstract: This introduction to the special issue on information asymmetries in socially responsible investment (SRI) introduces the concept of information asymmetries and offers an overview of how such information asymmetries pertain to SRI. We first point out that all Abanking@ (or Afinance@), in its different metiers, always is concerned with information asymmetries. That introductory concept is succeeded by an overview of the different metiers in banking. We try to diminish a general information asymmetry regarding the financial professions in general and their scope for SRI more specifically. We then distinguish several types of information asymmetry that may be at play in SRI-projects and introduce the contributions in this issue.
De veeteelt in Suriname Slot
J.J. Leys
Nieuwe West-Indische Gids , 1925,
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Cerebral venous thrombosis: Update on clinical manifestations, diagnosis and management
Leys Didier,Cordonnier Charlotte
Annals of Indian Academy of Neurology , 2008,
Abstract: Cerebral venous thrombosis (CVT) has a wide spectrum of clinical manifestations that may mimic many other neurological disorders and lead to misdiagnoses. Headache is the most common symptom and may be associated with other symptoms or remain isolated. The other frequent manifestations are focal neurological deficits and diffuse encephalopathies with seizures. The key to the diagnosis is the imaging of the occluded vessel or of the intravascular thrombus, by a combination of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and magnetic resonance venography (MRV). Causes and risk factors include medical, surgical and obstetrical causes of deep vein thrombosis, genetic and acquired prothrombotic disorders, cancer and hematological disorders, inflammatory systemic disorders, pregnancy and puerperium, infections and local causes such as tumors, arteriovenous malformations, trauma, central nervous system infections and local infections. The breakdown of causes differs in different parts of the world. A meta-analysis of the most recent prospectively collected series showed an overall 15% case-fatality or dependency rate. Heparin therapy is the standard therapy at the acute stage, followed by 3-6 months of oral anticoagulation. Patients with isolated intracranial hypertension may require a lumbar puncture to remove cerebrospinal fluid before starting heparin when they develop a papilloedema that may threaten the visual acuity or decompressive hemicraniectomy. Patients who develop seizures should receive antiepileptic drugs. Cerebral venous thrombosis - even pregnancy-related - should not contraindicate future pregnancies. The efficacy and safety of local thrombolysis and decompressive hemicraniectomy should be tested
De veeteelt in Suriname
J.J. Leys
Nieuwe West-Indische Gids , 1925,
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Mental health care reform in Belgium: interorganisational networks
Griet De Roeck,Mark Leys
International Journal of Integrated Care , 2012,
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Visual loss and presumed pseudoxanthoma elasticum confirmed with genetic analysis but not with skin examination and biopsies
Aerts, Carolien,De Keyser, Christophe,Leys, Anita
GMS Ophthalmology Cases , 2011,
Abstract: Objective: Case report of a patient with angioid streaks, peau d’orange, comet tail lesions, choroidal neovascularisation and presumed pseudoxanthoma elasticum (PXE). PXE was confirmed by gene analysis but not by skin biopsies. Methods: Case report of a patient with angioid streaks identified at age 21 and follow-up till age 43 with repeated fluorescein angiography (FA) and optical coherence tomography (OCT). Dermatologic examination, skin biopsies and genetical analysis performed to confirm suspected diagnosis of PXE. Results: At age 43, no specific skin lesions were identified and 3 biopsies could not confirm PXE. Genetic analysis showed a homozygous mutation in the ABCC6 gene and confirmed the diagnosis of PXE. Conclusions: This case illustrates that in patients with angioid streaks having strong ocular indicators of PXE, confirmation of PXE can be obtained not only with dermatologic examination and skin biopsies, but also with genetic analysis. PXE associated mutations can be detected occasionally in biopsy negative patients and for this reason are extremely helpful in confirming a suspected diagnosis.
Flash photography-induced maculopathy
Veugelen, Tim,Coutteel, Carine,Leys, Anita
GMS Ophthalmology Cases , 2011,
Abstract: Objective: To report a flash photography-induced maculopathy. Methods: A professional photographer blinded himself accidentally and he consulted 3 days after the event with a scotoma in his dominant left eye. A unilateral acute light-induced maculopathy with hemorrhage was observed. The lesion was studied with colour photography, fluorescein and indocyanin angiography, autofluorescence imaging and repeated optical coherence tomography (OCT) imaging. Results: At age 43, this professional photographer was blinded by the flash light of his camera and subsequently realized he had a scotoma in his dominant eye. Three days after the event visual acuity (VA) was 20/70 and an acute light-induced maculopathy was noted. Another three days later, VA was 20/50 and the lesions were less prominent. After one month, the photographer still had problems making sharp pictures, VA was 20/25 and a macular scar was observed. During further follow-up, he regained full vision and experienced no professional problems. Conclusions: This case illustrates that the light of flash photography can accidentally hit an eye and induce a light-induced maculopathy.
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