Karine Aubry

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Efferent modulation of auditory input at the level of the brainstem during attention-demanding tasks has been described in animal studies. Attempts to demonstrate these effects in humans have produced conflicting results, however. These studies are reviewed with particular reference to those animal experiments that have demonstrated peripheral effects. The(More)
INTRODUCTION Pharyngo-laryngeal tumors classified as T3-4, N0-3, M0, are conventionally treated by mutilating surgery (total (pharyngo)-laryngectomy). Neo-adjuvant chemotherapy with 5-FU/platinum salt can be proposed in an attempt to preserve the larynx. The level of the response to chemotherapy ranges from 36 to 54% of cases. Thus, a large number of(More)
  • J Arnemo, A Evans, Å Fahlman, K Aubry, K Mckelvey, J Copeland +18 others
  • 2013
diversity and population structure of wolverine (Gulo gulo) populations at the southern edge of their current distribution in North America with implications for genetic viability. The bioclimatic envelope of the wolverine (Gulo gulo): do climatic constraints limit its geographic distribution? Canadian Journal of Zoology 88:233-246.
INTRODUCTION Isolated hypoglossal nerve palsy is rare, and etiological diagnosis is difficult. We report a case of isolated hypoglossal compression by a cervical osteophyte in the hypoglossal canal exit. CASE STUDY An 86-year-old woman with history of cervical spondylotic myelopathy consulted for a lesion of the free edge of the tongue with impaired(More)
BACKGROUND Indication and extent of lateral prophylactic neck dissection (PLND) in papillary thyroid carcinoma (PTC) is very controversial. METHODS We retrospectively analysed 131 patients who underwent thyroidectomy and prophylactic lateral neck dissection from level II to V for PTC. RESULTS 140 PLND were performed. The occult lymph node metastases(More)
Carotid pseudoaneurysms of petrous localization are rare. They are mostly due to trauma, tumoral or infectious diseases, or a result of iatrogenic complications after skull base surgery. Symptoms such as facial paralysis are exceptional and have rarely been described in the literature until now. We report the case of a 64-year-old woman, who developed left(More)
OBJECTIVES We report a case of an association of an arachnoid cyst with heterotopic neuroglial tissue in the internal auditory canal. MATERIAL AND METHODS A 66-year-old woman consulted for cochleovestibular syndrome. RESULTS MRI demonstrated a lesion with spontaneous hypersignal on T1- and T2-weighted images, instigating surgical exploration. We(More)
The incidence of benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV) of the horizontal and superior semicircular canals is much less than that of BPPV due to affection of the posterior semicircular canal. Their diagnosis is however much more difficult and still prone to controversies. The provocative manoeuvre of the BPPV of the horizontal canal (BPPV-HSC) is the(More)
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