Nadia Benmoussa

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Zolpidem is a sedative and hypnotic drug belonging to imidazopyridine family. Zolpidem facilitates GABAA function more selectively than benzodiazepines, and produces a selective hypnotic effect. In comparison with benzodiazepines this mechanism could be reduce liability to induce dependence. Recently, some cases of zolpidem abuse and dependence have been(More)
Joseph Gensoul was a pioneer of ENT surgery. In 1827, he performed the first total maxillectomy on 17-year-old boy. His work inspired many surgeons, who were previously unwilling to remove maxillary tumours. A paleopathological study performed in the Dupuytren museum allowed us to identify a skull from the early 19th century, with a large maxillar tumour.(More)
The static response of microelectronic capacitive pressure sensors with a fine silicon rectangular membrane or square membrane is studied in the low distortion limit. The response represented by the variation of the capacity with the pressure, presents two parts: a nearly linear part corresponding to values of PN lower than 0,6 (unity) and second highly non(More)
L’étude archéoanthropologique médicolégale d’un squelette humain mis au jour dans un puits lors des fouilles archéologiques préventives de la place du Jeu-de-Paume à Beauvais avait pour objectif premier la détermination des causes du décès par le biais d’examens biomédicaux des fractures fémorales mises en évidence. La scanographie et la microscopie(More)
In the 18th and 19th centuries, the Dupuytren Museum was indispensable for the knowledge of pathological anatomy for physicians and surgeons. Nowadays, it is more a museum than a learning unit, but it provides an opportunity to understand through numerous scientific studies the origin of diseases, injuries mechanism and the functional consequences of which(More)
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