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or thromboangiitis obliterans (TAO), is a rare inflammatory vascular disease affecting the small-and medium-sized arteries and superficial veins of the extremities. It typically occurs in young male smokers with an age of onset before 40–45 years. TAO is characterized by chronic and acute phases, the latter often being associated with the occurrence of(More)
  • C Chaieb, Moliadze V, Bourakkadi Zarrouki, D Shoukier, Paulus W, Antal +18 others
  • 2015
(2014) BDNF gene polymorphisms and motor cortical plasticiy in heatlhy humans: when should we consider it? Journal of Neuroscience and Rehabilitation 1(2): SS0004 4. Antal A, Ambrus GG, Chaieb L (2014) Toward unraveling reading-related modulations of tDCS-induced neuroplasticity in the human visual cortex. (2014) Transcranial electrical stimulation modifies(More)
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