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Foix,

Charles, French neurologist, 1882-1927.
Foix syndrome - paralysis of cranial nerves III through VI resulting in proptosis and eyelid edema; trigeminal neuralgia may also be present.
Foix-Alajouanine myelitis - a disorder of the lower spinal cord in adult males resulting in progressive paraplegia. Synonym(s): subacute necrotizing myelitis
Foix-Alajouanine syndrome - thrombophlebitis of spinal veins resulting in a subacute ascending painful flaccid paralysis from necrotic myelitis.
Foix-Cavany-Marie syndrome - constellation of faciopharyngoglossomasticatory diplegia, usually caused by bilateral large artery infarcts of the opercular cortex.
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(1) Department of Oral Surgery, Charles Foix Hospital, Paris Descartes University, Paris, France
Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris; AP-HP Hopital Charles Foix, Centre de Recherche et Developpement, Ivry-sur-Seine, France) introduces types of gap junctions, their structural aspects, expression patterns of connexins (transmembrane proteins), and gap junction-related diseases due to mutations in connexin genes.
Professor Jean-Louis Beaudeux, Service de biochimie, hopital Charles Foix, 7, Ivry sur seine, France
Meume (gerontology, Hopital Charles Foix, Paris) and Teot (burns and plastics, Hopital Lapeyronie, Montpellier) describes the basics of mechanical debridement, including through surgery and hydrojet, and autolytic methods such as absorbent dressings, hydrogel, enzymatic methods, and biological methods such as maggots.