Ellen Wouters

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In less than three decades, the concept “cerebellar neurocognition” has evolved from a mere afterthought to an entirely new and multifaceted area of neuroscientific research. A close interplay between three main strands of contemporary neuroscience induced a substantial modification of the traditional view of the cerebellum as a mere coordinator of(More)
A patient with severe rheumatoid arthritis received d-penicillamine treatment for 16 months. She developed mild pruritus 6 months after d-penicillamine initiation, and severe pemphigus 10 months after d-penicillamine was changed to azathioprine. Subsequent methylprednisolone pulse therapy resulted in a transient clinical remission of pemphigus. A literature(More)
Two cases of eosinophilic fasciitis are described, in which magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) clearly demonstrated thickening of the fascia and increased signal intensity in the superficial muscle fibers correlating with inflammation. MRI is a useful noninvasive imaging technique in the diagnosis of eosinophilic fasciitis and can guide biopsy of selected(More)
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