Pauline Giré

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The term "Tourette syndrome" designates the combination of tics with other symptoms. Gilles de la Tourette disease is one of its most frequent causes. It combines motor and vocal tics, with no identifiable cause, with self-mutilation and variable psychiatric comorbidity that may include obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) and other anxiety disorders, mood(More)
Bilateral high-frequency stimulation of the subthalamic nuclei is now considered as the method of choice for the treatment of severe and advanced forms of Parkinson's disease. The technique improves patients' quality of life, disability, motor complications and allows the dose of dopaminergic treatment to be reduced. The dramatic motor benefits provided by(More)
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