Claudy Bernard

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Krabbe's disease whose CT appearance is well known should benefit of the development of MRI as this method is more accurate. MRI permits early diagnosis of leucodystrophy. Yet it must be emphasized that abnormal white matter patterns are not sufficient to permit the diagnosis of Krabbe disease. In the case reported atrophy of the brain, the cerebellum and(More)
2Service s@cialist5 en infiitd motrice c~r6brale et rt%ittcation fonctionnelle neurologique, ABSTRACT This paper presents experimental tests to conduct with a screen usability evaluation tool named ERGOLABin order to throw a bridge between the world of the user interface usability and the world of children with cerebral palsy (CWCP): calibrating the(More)
70 fetuses (10 to 37 weeks) and 30 full term infants were examined by ultrasound (U.S.). Anatomic correlations were made with frontal, axial and sagittal sections of 43 fetal and 3 neonatal brains. At 12 weeks gestational age (w.g.a.) only the inter hemispheric fissure is seen by U.S. The sylvian fissure (21 w.g.a.), the callosal sulcus (21 w.g.a.), the(More)
We report the case of a child who developed severe renovascular hypertension six months after acute Kawasaki disease. The hypertension was well controlled with enalapril, but there was a gradual decrease in function of the affected kidney. The lesion, an ostial stenosis of the right main renal artery, was not amenable to percutaneous balloon angioplasty, so(More)
The authors report a case of subacute combined degeneration of the cervicothoracic spinal cord involving the dorsal and lateral spinal columns, extending to the brainstem, due to cobalamin deficiency in an elderly patient. Symptoms of this subacute myelopathy are potentially reversible with early diagnosis. Presenting symptoms of this myelopathy,(More)
In a patient with clinical manifestations suggestive of brain malformation, CT showed lissencephaly with absent opercularization. The child had seizures but not a typical EEG of hypsarhythmia. MRI confirmed the diagnosis and showed heterotopic grey matter and abnormal basal ganglia. High grey-white matter contrast and the possibility of imaging the brain in(More)
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