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Névralgie d'Arnold : l’opération


Le docteur Saja Scherer explique la technique de décompression des nerfs autour de la tête, visant à soulager certaines céphalées chroniques. C’est la seule patricienne, avec son collègue de la Clinique de la Source Giorgio Pietramaggiori, à effectuer ce genre d’intervention chirurgicale en Suisse, l’une des rares en Europe.

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