J-F Glicenstein

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Facial paralysis has been a recognized condition since Antiquity, and was mentionned by Hippocratus. In the 17th century, in 1687, the Dutch physician Stalpart Van der Wiel rendered a detailed observation. It was, however, Charles Bell who, in 1821, provided the description that specified the role of the facial nerve. Facial nerve surgery began at the end(More)
We present the results of a massive variability search based on a photometric survey of a six square degree region along the Galactic plane at (l = 305 • , b = −0.8 •) and (l = 330 • , b = −2.5 •). This survey was performed in the framework of the EROS II (Expérience de Recherche d'Objets Sombres) microlensing program. The variable stars were found among(More)
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