Anne Hurlet

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A double-blind randomized controlled study was conducted in 42 hospitalized demented patients to evaluate the therapeutical effect of phosphatidylserine (BS-PS). Half of the patients received 3 X 100 mg of this product, and the other half a placebo of the same appearance. After a wash-out period, prescription lasted for six weeks. To evaluate the patients,(More)
Cerebrovascular disease is a common cause of morbidity in sickle cell anemia (HbSS): approximately 10% of patients have a clinical stroke before 20 years of age, and another 22% have silent infarction on magnetic resonance imaging. The phenotypic variation among patients with HbSS suggests a role for modifier genes and/or environmental influences. To assess(More)
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE Sickle cell disease is associated with cerebral hyperemia, which is therapeutically reduced by transfusion; however, the process of transfusion-induced cerebral perfusion changes has heretofore not been observed. METHODS We document the acute changes of intracranial arterial velocity in 10 patients (7 with strokes, 3 without)(More)
Cord blood transplantation has been used extensively in the allogeneic setting for acquired and genetic disorders of hematopoiesis. There is less experience in the utility of autologous cord blood transplantation, and there is great controversy about the role of autologous cord blood collection and storage. We report on the successful use of autologous cord(More)
Eight women with senile dementia and buccolinguofacial dyskinesias (BLFD) were given bromcriptine mesylate )from 2.5 to 20.0 mg daily). The frequency of their abnormal movements was quantiated by a method consisting of repeated counts (220 measurements per patient). In six patients, the mean frequency of BLFD was lower during bromocriptine mesylate therapy(More)
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