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The authors describe the clinical and biological data of seven patients with anti-Hu antibodies. Six of them displayed a small cell lung carcinoma (SCLC), but no cancer was detected in the 7th patient in spite of an extensive workup. The clinical heterogeneity of the anti-Hu syndrome is emphasized. The major symptoms were linked to a severe sensory(More)
Median nerve somatosensory evoked potentials (SEPs) and jerk-locked EEG back-averaging (JLA) were performed in 2 patients with left-hand myoclonus. Both SEPs were characterized by a normal parietal N20 and an enhanced N27-P27 fronto-parietal complex, but the giant central N40 described by most authors was only observed in case 1. Similarily, the aspect of(More)
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