Rose-Mari Vianna

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Clinical evidence suggests that febrile status epilepticus (SE) in children can lead to acute hippocampal injury and subsequent temporal lobe epilepsy. The contribution of febrile SE to the mechanisms underlying temporal lobe epilepsy are however poorly understood. A rat model of temporal lobe epilepsy following hyperthermic SE was previously established in(More)
We undertook a retrospective study of the files of 21 patients (42 affected eyes) with acute posterior multifocal placoid pigment epitheliopathy to obtain details on the natural history of the disease and on the functional and visual outcome (mean follow up: 17 months). The final visual acuities were 8/10 or better in 34 eyes (81.0%), 7/10 to 2/10 in 6 eyes(More)
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