Coffin Benoit

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Diffusion Tensor Imaging (DTI) is a promising new imaging method allowing in vivo mapping of anatomical connections in the living human brain. We combined DTI with functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) to investigate the anatomical relationships between areas involved in visceral sensations in humans. Non-painful and moderately painful rectal(More)
A long-term open multicenter trial was carried out in 15 European centers with therapy-resistant epileptics to evaluate the efficacy and safety of progabide, a new antiepileptic GABA receptor agonist; 187 patients, suffering from partial epilepsy (57%), primary generalized epilepsy (20%), secondary generalized epilepsy (21%), and unclassified generalized(More)
Thirty-nine patients with brain tumors were studied with conventional and Q. EEG mapping (FFT) comparatively to CT-Scan. In 33 cases, Q. EEG provided a precise localization of the tumor site, based on slow waves. Furthermore there was a good correlation between CT-Scan and focal theta activity in 31 patients. Focal delta waves were more frequent in deep(More)
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