Yann Leprince

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The fine spatial resolution and novel contrasts offered by highfield magnetic resonance allow in vivo detection of histological layers in the cerebral cortex. This opens the way to in vivo analysis of cortical lamination, but the comparison of lamination profiles has proved challenging because the layers’ geometry is strongly influenced by cortical(More)
Ambulatory EEG (A-EEG) allows longterm polygraphic recording over 24 hours or more and proves to be particularly useful in the diagnosis of narcolepsy-cataplexy (N/C). We performed A-EEG using the Medilog 9000-8 channel system over a total of 36 24-hour periods in 20 consecutive N/C patients and recorded an average of 3.5 daytime sleep episodes, of which(More)
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