Jean-Marc Nasr

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Acute disseminated encephalomyelitis is a monophasic, immune-mediated disorder that produces multifocal demyelinating lesions within the central nervous system. It is characterized clinically by the acute onset of neurologic abnormalities, including varying degrees of mental state changes ranging from drowsiness to coma. It is unusual for the illness to(More)
Repetitive trauma to a finger can result in compressive neuropathy of one or more digital nerves. The thumb is commonly affected in bowlers, hence the term "bowler's thumb". However, this condition can involve other fingers and non-bowlers. To our knowledge, none of the cases reported had undergone neurophysiologic testing. We describe the neurophysiologic(More)
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