Bryan Dalle

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The effects of acute anxiety on food intake and preferences were investigated in 12 men awaiting surgery for hernia. Their lunch intake was measured on the day prior to surgery and again after recovery, one month later. Their anxiety was rated on both test days as well as the palatability of the foods they selected and ingested ad libitum. Anxiety was(More)
The authors report the case of a primary myocardiopathy of the young adult, related in fact to a rare muscular congenital disease: centro-nuclear myopathy. The case is different from the classic picture in that it is revealed late, by its cardiac manifestations which dominate the clinical picture and lead to an irreducible cardiac insufficiency requiring a(More)