J. Dennis, 20th-century French neurologist. See: Aicardi syndrome.
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Emily was born with Aicardi syndrome, an extremely rare condition where the structure connecting the two spheres of the brain is missing or incomplete.
(48.) Everett KV, Chioza B, Aicardi J, Aschauer H, Brouwer O, Callenbach P, et al.
Caption: MEET THE ROSNERS: Our family of six includes Julia, our sixteen-year-old who has Aicardi syndrome.
In "The Limits of Dual Use" (Issues, Summer 2018), Tara Mahfoud, Christine Aicardi, Saheli Datta, and Nikolas Rose argue that a "more nuanced" framework than dual use is needed to govern emerging scientific trends.
[4.] Vignolo M, Naselli A, Di Battista E, Mostert M, Aicardi G.
The Des Plaines couple's 6-week-old daughter, Sadie, was diagnosed with Aicardi syndrome, a rare genetic disorder that occurs only in girls and can cause multiple seizures each day, severe developmental delays and low muscle tone.
Other associations reported within the literature include oral-facial-digital syndrome X (OMIM 311200), 5q22.3q23.3 deletion, Baraitser-Winter syndrome (OMIM 243310), Walker-Warburg syndrome (OMIM 236670), Joubert syndrome II (OMIM 608091), Noonan syndrome (OMIM 163950), Rubinstein-Taybi syndrome (OMIM 180849), Meckel-Gruber syndrome (OMIM 249000), Goltz syndrome (OMIM 305600), Aicardi syndrome (OMIM 304050), and Lenz syndrome (OMIM 309800) [13, 16, 17].
She was born with Aicardi Syndrome, a disease affecting nearly 4,000 people worldwide that caused her infantile spasms and made her legally blind.
Aicardi, "Behccet's disease with intestinal perforation: a case report," Reumatologia Clinica, 2016.
It was not until 1980 when Krageloh and Aicardi [3] made the distinction between this disorder and migraine.