Mathieu Panchoa de Sèze

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Objectives: The occurrence of postural and balance disorders is a frequent feature in advanced forms of Parkinson’s disease (PD). However, the pathological substrate of these disturbances is poorly understood. Methods: In the present work, we investigated the evolution of posturometric parameters [center of pressure (CoP) displacement and CoP area] and(More)
In humans, studies of back muscle activity have mainly addressed the functioning of lumbar muscles during postural adjustments or rhythmic activity, including locomotor tasks. The present study investigated how back muscles are activated along the spine during rhythmical activities in order to gain insights into spinal neuronal organization.(More)
Fine analysis of body movements is now technologically feasible, together with simultaneous recording of multiple muscle activity. This is especially true for the trunk and back muscles during human walking. However, there have been few anatomic studies of the area where deep back muscle activity is recordable by skin electrodes. We therefore attempted to(More)
A diverse array of biomechanical systems has evolved to satisfy locomotor requirements (reptation, swimming, walking, etc.) and in all cases, successful behabior achievement requires the integrated functioning of various segments, to ensure the appropriate positioning of the different body regions. From comparative studies on a variety of invertebrate and(More)
The aim of this study is to compare the accuracy and reliability of spinal curvatures and vertebral rotation data based on patient-specific 3D models created by 3D imaging system or by bi-planar imaging coupled with Moiré–Fringe projections. Sixty-two consecutive patients from a single institution were prospectively included. For each patient, frontal and(More)
L’intérêt théorique de la voie intravésicale pour l’administration d’agent pharmacologique en urologie repose sur ses capacités à délivrer in situ des principes actifs à forte dose en limitant l’occurrence d’effets secondaires systémiques. Le fréquent recours aux cathétérismes urétraux pour la gestion et le suivi de l’appareil urinaire chez les patients(More)
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