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Titre : SML 2011 – L’apport de l’imagerie cérébrale dans la recherche de la cause de l’épilepsie. IRM et épilepsie
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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Binnen hoeken- en contractwerk gaan je leerlingen zelf aan de slag met behulp van de fiche. Deze activiteit past binnen een ruimer project rond meervoudige intelligentie (talenten), maar kan ook perfect apart behandeld worden.

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