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Moyamoya syndrome related to neurofibromatosis of type 1: a case report

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This work was conducted without funding source. The authors have no conflict of interest directly related to this case report. F. Delvoye has no conflict of interest. D. Hervé received honoraria for lectures from Bayer during the past 3 years. H. Chabriat received honorarium from Lundbeck and from Janssen for participating in trial committees during the past 3 years. J. Mawet received travel, accommodation and meeting expenses from Novartis, Bayer and Linde, and received travel expenses for lectures or educational activities not funded by industry during the past 3 years.

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Delvoye, F., Hervé, D., Chabriat, H. et al. Moyamoya syndrome related to neurofibromatosis of type 1: a case report. Acta Neurol Belg 113, 539–541 (2013).

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