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Revue Neurologique
Volume 169, n° 11
pages 913-916 (novembre 2013)
Doi : 10.1016/j.neurol.2012.11.006
Received : 21 August 2012 ;  accepted : 14 November 2012
Lettres à l'éditeur

Embolies multiples de cholestérol à forme neurologique pure : intérêt des séquences de diffusion de l’imagerie par résonance magnétique
Neurological manifestation of multiple cholesterol embolization syndrome: Value of MRI diffusion sequence
 

J.-L. Devoize , G. Sztark
Service de neurologie, centre hospitalier d’Angoulême, rond point de Girac, CS 55015 Saint-Michel, 16959 Angoulême cedex 9, France 

Auteur correspondant.
A. Mehou-Loko
Service d’ophtalmologie, centre hospitalier d’Angoulême, rond point de Girac, CS 55015 Saint-Michel, 16959 Angoulême cedex 9, France 

L. Foo Cheung, B. Joyes
Service de radiologie, centre hospitalier d’Angoulême, rond point de Girac, CS 55015 Saint-Michel, 16959 Angoulême cedex 9, France 



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