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Articles published in Funct Neurol

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    January 2016
  1. D'AMICO E, Leone C, Patti F
    Disability may influence patient willingness to participate in decision making on first-line therapy in multiple sclerosis.
    Funct Neurol. 2016;31:21-3.
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    December 2015
  2. ROURA E, Schneider T, Modat M, Daga P, et al
    Multi-channel registration of fractional anisotropy and T1-weighted images in the presence of atrophy: application to multiple sclerosis.
    Funct Neurol. 2015.
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    November 2015
  3. AYACHE SS, Creange A, Farhat WH, Zouari HG, et al
    Cortical excitability changes over time in progressive multiple sclerosis.
    Funct Neurol. 2015.
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    October 2015
  4. AYACHE SS, Creange A, Farhat WH, Zouari HG, et al
    Cortical excitability changes over time in progressive multiple sclerosis.
    Funct Neurol. 2015;30:257-63.
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  5. ROURA E, Schneider T, Modat M, Daga P, et al
    Multi-channel registration of fractional anisotropy and T1-weighted images in the presence of atrophy: application to multiple sclerosis.
    Funct Neurol. 2015;30:245-56.
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    December 2014
  6. ASHTARI F, Bahreiniv SA, Zahednasab H
    Co-occurrence of multiple sclerosis and Thomsen's myotonia: a report of two cases.
    Funct Neurol. 2014.
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    October 2014
  7. ASHTARI F, Bahreini SA, Zahednasab H
    Co-occurrence of multiple sclerosis and Thomsen's myotonia: a report of two cases.
    Funct Neurol. 2014;29:269-271.
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