Bénédicte Briand

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The authors describe a new canal syndrome, which they call the "superficial sural aponeurosis canal syndrome" or "sural nerve tunnel syndrome". Mostly seen in sportsmen, it was observed in this case in the context of a myositis ossificans circumscripta of the tendo-muscular junction of the heel. The clinical signs are caused by compression of the sural(More)
It has been recognized that Classification trees (CART) are unstable; a small perturbation in the input variables or a fresh sample can lead to a very different classification tree. Some approaches exist that try to correct this instability. However, their benefits can, at present, be appreciated only qualitatively. A similarity measure between two(More)
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