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Neuronal apoptosis has been shown to occur in HIV infection by a number of in vivo and in vitro studies, however, the cause of neuronal damage in AIDS is still unclear and its relationships with the cognitive disorders characteristic of HIV dementia remain a matter of debate. In this review, based on our experience, we analyse the techniques used to(More)
Clinical and anatomical report of a post traumatic amnestic syndrome (Korsakoff's syndrome), associating anterograde amnesia persisting for fifteen years, with temporal disorientation, false recognitions, initially intense transitory confabulation and secondarily bursts of confabulation, intact remote memory and persistence of old learnings. Death after(More)
Central nervous system abnormalities are recognized complications of anorexia nervosa. However, peripheral nerve disorders are less well documented in this condition. We report 2 cases of peroneal nerve palsy in anorectic patients who had a tendency to spend long periods of time sitting cross-legged. The respective roles of mechanical compression and(More)
A traumatic injury of the anterior part of the corpus callosum led to a peculiar symptomatology associating motor conflicting behavior (diagnostic dyspraxia or voluntary ambivalence) and conflicting thoughts (emotional ambivalence) inducing a distressing feeling.
Neuronal loss is a salient feature of prion diseases; however, its cause and mechanism, particularly its relationship with the accumulation of the pathogenic, protease resistant isoform PrPres of the cellular prion protein PrPc, are still unclear. A number of studies suggest that it could occur through a process of programmed cell death which is consistent(More)
BACKGROUND In the last decades, the provision of pharmaceutical care by community pharmacists has developed in OECD countries. These developments involved significant changes in professional practices and organization of primary care. In France, they have recently been encouraged by a new legal framework and favored by an increasing demand for health care(More)
OBJECTIVE The need for encouraging pediatric drug research is widely recognized. However, hospital-based clinical trials of drug treatments are extremely time-consuming, and delays in trial implementation are common. The objective of this qualitative study was to collect information on the perceptions and experience of health professionals involved in(More)
BACKGROUND The ethical, methodological, and technical aspects of pediatric research, often results in complications and delays in implementation. Our objective was to identify factors associated with the implementation duration of hospital-based pediatric studies. METHODS All hospital-based pediatric studies sponsored by AP-HP between 2002 and 2008 were(More)
BACKGROUND Injectable lorazepam (IL) is marketed in many countries but in France is only available within the framework of a compassionate use program for refractory status epilepticus. This study aims to evaluate the differences of pediatric use and status of IL in the hospitals of the Mother-Child French-speaking Network (Réseau mère-enfant de la(More)
Objective. The aim of this study was to investigate the use of "as needed" (pro re nata or prn) psychotropic medication in a child and adolescent psychiatric inpatient population. The study was carried out on the psychiatry ward of a paediatric teaching hospital in Paris, France. Methods. A prospective analysis of prn psychotropic drug prescriptions and(More)