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Chronic Atrial Intestinal Dysrhythmia Syndrome Is Associated with Cerebral Small Vessel Disease and Predominantly Cerebellar Microbleeds

  • Ahmad Nehme (a1), Laura C. Gioia (a1), Grégory Jacquin (a1), Alexandre Y. Poppe (a1), Laurent Létourneau-Guillon (a2) and Céline Odier (a1)...
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Correspondence to: Dr. Ahmad Nehme, Centre Hospital de l’Université de Montréal (CHUM), 1051 Rue Sanguinet, Pavillon C, C.13.6121, Montréal, QuébecH2X 0C1, Canada. Email: Ahmad.nehme@umontreal.ca

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Chronic Atrial Intestinal Dysrhythmia Syndrome Is Associated with Cerebral Small Vessel Disease and Predominantly Cerebellar Microbleeds

  • Ahmad Nehme (a1), Laura C. Gioia (a1), Grégory Jacquin (a1), Alexandre Y. Poppe (a1), Laurent Létourneau-Guillon (a2) and Céline Odier (a1)...

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