Lecture 17 - 11/1/2010
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Intervenant(s) : Anne TISSERAND (Service de neuroradiologie diagnostique et thérapeutique – CHU de Nancy)
Résumé : L’apport de l’imagerie cérébrale dans la recherche de la cause de l’épilepsie.
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