Alain Thoeni

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In patients with multiple sclerosis (MS) non-communicating syringomyelia (NCS) has been described as an incidental finding in case studies and small case series. NCS in MS patients commonly leads to uncertainty particularly as the clinical picture of NCS is variable and surgical therapy may be considered. Up to date little is known about the prevalence and(More)
BACKGROUND Practice-induced effects of specific balance training on brain structure and activity in elderly people are largely unknown. AIM In the present study, we investigated morphological and functional brain changes following slacking training (balancing over nylon ribbons) in a group of elderly people. METHODS Twenty-eight healthy volunteers were(More)
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