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Results of a study of trigeminal nerve impairment resulting from trichloroethylene intoxication by the somatosensory-evoked potential method reveal three kinds of abnormalities: increased stimulation voltage, excessive latency delay with morphological abnormalities, and excessive graph amplitude. These abnormalities confirm clinical disturbance (hypesthesia(More)
BACKGROUND Patients living with HIV (PLHIV) are increasingly being affected by cancer. However, data evaluating the long-term impact of cancer treatment on HIV course are sparse. METHODS To determine whether anticancer treatments detrimentally impact HIV course, we conducted a retrospective cohort study in seven hospitals in France. Adult PLHIV treated(More)
Results of a study concerning the trigeminal nerve impairment as the one caused by trichlorethylene chronic intoxication by somatosensory evoked potential reveal three kinds of anomalies: increase of the stimulation voltage, excessive latency delay with morphological anomalies and excessive graph amplitude. These anomalies confirm clinical disturbance(More)
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