D Bigot-Massoni

  • Citations Per Year
Learn More
As well as being present in all mammals, yawning occurs, at least in its mandibular component, in all vertebrates. The existence of pathological and pharmacologically induced yawning justifies study of this everyday ENT reflex. Its mechanism remains uncertain. The most likely hypothesis would seem to be stimulation of the reticular system of the brain-stem(More)
LAV/HTL VIII virus found in 1983, renamed HIV in 1986, is doing with many clinical manifestations among which AIDS is only ultimate one, and the more serious aspect of infection by the virus. At each stage of the disease, oro-facial manifestations can be encountered, often the first one. That emphasises for oral medicine the need of perfect knowledge of(More)
  • 1