Thomas Wavasseur

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Unruptured intracranial aneurysms are frequently and incidentally discovered with noninvasive imaging and the decision for preventive treatment is supported by epidemiologic and statistics data, lacking personalized argumentation about individual aneurysm behavior and inflammatory status of its wall. After a review of hemodynamic forces leading to aneurysm(More)
OBJECT Sacral roots are involved in sensory, autonomic, and motor innervation of the lower limbs and perineum. Theoretically, it can be assumed that the S-3 root level innervates the bladder; however, clinical practice shows that this distribution can vary. Few researchers have studied this variability. METHODS The authors conducted a retrospective study(More)
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