Transient global amnesia: implicit/explicit memory dissociation and PET assessment of brain perfusion and oxygen metabolism in the acute stage

Eustache, Francis; Desgranges, Béatrice; Petit-Taboué, Marie-Christine; de la Sayette, Vincent; Piot, Véronique; Sablé, Christelle; Marchal, Gilles; Baron, Jean-Claude; Eustache, F; Desgranges, B; Petit-Taboué, M C; de la Sayette, V; Piot, V; Sablé, C; Marchal, G; Baron, J C
September 1997
Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry;Sep1997, Vol. 63 Issue 3, p357
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