Mathilde Arnoux

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A 23-year-old man presented with a history characterized by a myoclonic syndrome developing over a period of seven years. Predominant symptoms were intention and activity myoclonus, generalized epileptic seizures occurring infrequently from the age of 20, a slowly progressive cerebellar syndrome first apparent at 19 years, and the sudden onset of loss of(More)
OBJECTIVES In order to evaluate the impact of recent progress in anesthesia and cataract surgery, we conducted a national survey in France to determine which techniques are used. METHODS A questionnaire was sent to the most representative French ophthalmology teams: 66 teams participated in the survey. RESULTS Seventy-one percent of the surgeons(More)