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Authors

  1. Authors

R. Yiou, MD, Urologist, PhD student.

P. Dreyfus, MD, PhD, Cell Biologist.

D.K. Chopin, MD, PhD, Professor of Urology.

C.-C. Abbou, MD, Professor of Urology.

J.-P. Lefaucheur, MD, PhD, Head of Clinical Neurophysiology Department.

Abbreviations
MPC

muscle precursor cell

H&E

haematoxylin and eosin.