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  1. Mrs. Annie Kurtz

    ... and their families is fully recognised. Her meeting with CADASIL patients and their families in 1990 led her to become a member of the Board of the Association Cadasil France. She is a member of the Committee of Protection of Persons ...

  2. Diseases

    ... with symptoms that are mainly neurological in nature e.g. CADASIL (Cerebral Autosomal Dominant Arteriopathy with Subcortical Infarcts and ... of the first neurological or ophthalmological symptoms (CADASIL, AVM, familial intracranial aneurysms). This may lead to very specific ...

  3. Hereditary diseases of the small cerebral arteries of unknown cause

    ... damage is associated with extra-neurological signs; CADASIL caused by stereotyped mutations of the gene coding for the Notch3 ...

  4. Dr. Dominique Hervé

    ... and the inherited cerebral small vessel  diseases (CADASIL and other genetic vascular leukoencephalopathies). He is also ...

  5. Prof. Françoise Gray

    ... encephalopathy, prion-related diseases and, recently, CADASIL, results from an active process of programmed cell death or apoptosis. ...

  6. Areas of research

    ... and morphological modifications of cerebral cortex in CADASIL (Cerebral Autosomal Dominant Arteriopathy with Subcortical Infarcts and ...

  7. Professor Hugues Chabriat

    ... cerebral imaging of small vessel diseases of the brain and CADASIL. ...

  8. Guidelines

    ... CERVCO will join HAS in proposing the first protocol for CADASIL. ...

  9. Abbas Taleb

    ... of rare vascular diseases of the brain (specially CADASIL and moyamoya angiopathy).     ...

  10. To Know More

    ... than for FHM e.g. certain hereditary arteriopathies such as CADASIL or amyloid angiopathy, certain mitochondrial diseases such as MELAS. ...

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