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This study details the quantitative three-dimensional surface anatomy of thoracic vertebrae based on a study of 144 vertebrae. The thoracic spine was found to have three distinct regions: upper, middle, and lower segments. The two end segments appear to be transitional zones toward cervical and lumbar regions. The middle zone (T3 to T9) is of utmost(More)
INTRODUCTION Episodic memory is often considered to be essential in the neuropsychological examination of elderly people consulting in the memory clinics. Therefore, the performance of three different episodic memory tests were compared in Alzheimer's disease (AD), mild cognitive impairment (MCI) and anxiety/depression. METHODS Seventy-six patients with(More)
Recent studies on the management of water resources evaluated in ten billion Euro the yearly financial expenditure of European cities for networks rehabilitation. Those who believe in the evidences of the analysis loudly complain the fact that the rationale behind rehabilitation decisions has been up to today at the best unclear, with interventions usually(More)
INTRODUCTION Tracking can be proposed for subjects with prodromal sates of Alzheimer disease (AD) or people with mild cognitive impairment (MCI) at risk to develop dementia who present a memory complaint. PATIENTS AND METHODS We present a cohort of 100 subjects who attended a French memory unit with a diagnostic of MCI. We applied the different(More)
Coronary artery bypass surgery (CABG) without cardiopulmonary bypass (CPB) may potentially reduce the number of microembolic signals (MES) associated with aortic manipulation or generated by the pump circuit, resulting in a better neurologic outcome after surgery. Our aim was to compare the frequency of MES and neurologic complications in CABG with and(More)
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