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profileHelene M Langevin, M.D.,C.M.

TitleBernard Osher Professor in Residence of Complementary and Integrative Medical Therapies
InstitutionBrigham and Women's Hospital
DepartmentMedicine
AddressBrigham and Women's Hospital
Preventive Medicine
900 Commonwealth Ave
Boston MA 02215
Phone617/732-4965
Fax617/731-3843
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1973 - 1978McConnell Scholarship
1973 - 1978McGill University Scholarship
1978 - 1981Post Doctoral Research Fellowship

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Dr. Langevin received an MD degree from McGill University in 1978. She did a post doctoral research fellowship in Neurochemistry at the MRC Neurochemical Pharmacology Unit in Cambridge, England, residency in Internal Medicine and fellowship in Endocrinology and Metabolism at Johns Hopkins Hospital. She is a Visiting Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School, Brigham and Women's Hospital. She is also a part-time Professor of Neurology, Orthopedics and Rehabilitation at the University of Vermont College of Medicine. She is the Principal Investigator of two NIH-funded studies investigating the role of connective tissue in low back pain and the mechanisms of manual and movement based therapies. Her previous studies in humans and animal models have shown that mechanical tissue stimulation during both tissue stretch and acupuncture causes dynamic cellular responses in connective tissue.

Dr. Helene Langevin was appointed as Director of the Osher Center for Integrative Medicine at Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women's Hospital in November 2012. Through translational research, the Osher Center aims to test and implement integrated patient care, positioning itself as a thought leader in forging medical connections at the physiological, clinical, and community levels. In order to fulfill this mission, the Osher Center’s strategic vision is to build a “center without walls.” This consists of a network of integrative medicine research, education and patient care throughout HMS, with ties to the Osher Centers at the University of California San Francisco (UCSF) and the Karolinska Institute in Sweden.


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Available: 04/27/16, Expires: 04/28/18

Integrative medicine is concerned not only with the health of individuals, but also with the health of communities. Boston is a vibrant environment that benefits from staggering academic, artistic and business resources, but also suffers from the stressful side effects resulting from the sheer intensity and concentration of these very resources. Stress at a community level impacts the health of individuals, and can reduce quality of life. Although we are making great strides in understanding and mitigating the impact of individual stress, it is also important to translate and apply this knowledge at the level of communities. A truly integrated approach to addressing this issue in Boston will require a community-based effort led by a multidisciplinary cadre of philanthropically-minded individuals, foundations, and/or early stage business investors who are interested in supporting initiatives related to “Improving Boston’s Health” through interrelated areas including health care, education, government, transportation, industry, housing, arts and business. The goals of this Scholarly Project are: • conduct surveys, hold focus groups and perform an analysis of the current city-wide “stress” landscape o what are existing sources of stress? o how can they be reduced? o what resources are needed? • identify a network of stakeholders connected by existing community organizations, consumer-based networks, and academia. • enlist the help of multimedia groups to create a concise web-based visualization of the network vision • write a case study for “Improving Boston’s Health Network” including a strategy for moving forward . The student would be mentored by faculty at Harvard Medical School and/or Harvard Business School. HMS funding of up to $30,000 per student (no mentor match required) is available for one or two students for one year. We would be happy to talk with any individual student would be interested in taking on a discrete portion of the project, or pairs of students would like to work as a team. Please contact Dr. Helene Langevin, Director, Osher Center for Integrative Medicine, for more information at hlangevin@partners.org, including a statement of interest and curriculum vitae with your inquiry.


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R01AT009267     (LANGEVIN, HELENE M)Aug 1, 2016 - May 31, 2021
NIH/NCCIH
Effect of Stretching on Inflammatory Resolution
Role: Principal Investigator

R01AT004400     (LANGEVIN, HELENE M)Feb 1, 2011 - Jan 31, 2016
NIH/NCCIH
Connective tissue and nervous system mechanisms of CAM therapies for low back pai
Role: Principal Investigator

R21AT004059     (TRIANO, JOHN J.)Mar 15, 2008 - Feb 29, 2012
NIH/NCCIH
Extending Ultrasound Elastography to Manual Treatment Methods
Role: Principal Investigator

R01AT003479     (LANGEVIN, HELENE M)Sep 30, 2006 - Feb 28, 2013
NIH/NCCIH
Soft Tissue Biomechanical Behavior During Acupuncture in Low Back Pain
Role: Principal Investigator

R01AT001121     (LANGEVIN, HELENE M)Sep 30, 2002 - Apr 30, 2014
NIH/NCCIH
Connective Tissue Mechanotransduction
Role: Principal Investigator

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  1. Langevin HM, Bishop J, Maple R, Badger GJ, Fox JR. Effect of Stretching on Thoracolumbar Fascia Injury and Movement Restriction in a Porcine Model. Am J Phys Med Rehabil. 2017 Sep 10. PMID: 28901961.
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  2. Langevin HM, Schnyer RN. Reconnecting the Body in Eastern and Western Medicine. J Altern Complement Med. 2017 Apr; 23(4):238-241. PMID: 28346842.
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  3. Xiong Y, Berrueta L, Urso K, Olenich S, Muskaj I, Badger GJ, Aliprantis A, Lafyatis R, Langevin HM. Stretching Reduces Skin Thickness and Improves Subcutaneous Tissue Mobility in a Murine Model of Systemic Sclerosis. Front Immunol. 2017; 8:124. PMID: 28261202.
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  4. Langevin HM, Keely P, Mao J, Hodge LM, Schleip R, Deng G, Hinz B, Swartz MA, de Valois BA, Zick S, Findley T. Connecting (T)issues: How Research in Fascia Biology Can Impact Integrative Oncology. Cancer Res. 2016 Nov 01; 76(21):6159-6162. PMID: 27729327.
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  5. Budhrani-Shani P, Berry DL, Arcari P, Langevin H, Wayne PM. Mind-Body Exercises for Nurses with Chronic Low Back Pain: An Evidence-Based Review. Nurs Res Pract. 2016; 2016:9018036. PMID: 27446610; PMCID: PMC4947504.
  6. Engell S, Triano JJ, Fox JR, Langevin HM, Konofagou EE. Differential displacement of soft tissue layers from manual therapy loading. Clin Biomech (Bristol, Avon). 2016 Mar; 33:66-72. PMID: 26954891.
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  7. Bishop JH, Fox JR, Maple R, Loretan C, Badger GJ, Henry SM, Vizzard MA, Langevin HM. Ultrasound Evaluation of the Combined Effects of Thoracolumbar Fascia Injury and Movement Restriction in a Porcine Model. PLoS One. 2016; 11(1):e0147393. PMID: 26820883; PMCID: PMC4731465.
  8. MacPherson H, Hammerschlag R, Coeytaux RR, Davis RT, Harris RE, Kong JT, Langevin HM, Lao L, Milley RJ, Napadow V, Schnyer RN, Stener-Victorin E, Witt CM, Wayne PM. Unanticipated Insights into Biomedicine from the Study of Acupuncture. J Altern Complement Med. 2016 Feb; 22(2):101-7. PMID: 26745452; PMCID: PMC4761810.
  9. Berrueta L, Muskaj I, Olenich S, Butler T, Badger GJ, Colas RA, Spite M, Serhan CN, Langevin HM. Stretching Impacts Inflammation Resolution in Connective Tissue. J Cell Physiol. 2016 Jul; 231(7):1621-7. PMID: 26588184.
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  10. Jacobson EE, Meleger AL, Bonato P, Wayne PM, Langevin HM, Kaptchuk TJ, Davis RB. Structural integration as an adjunct to outpatient rehabilitation for chronic nonspecific low back pain: a randomized pilot clinical trial. Evid Based Complement Alternat Med. 2015; 2015:813418. PMID: 25945112; PMCID: PMC4405211.
  11. Langevin HM, Schnyer R, MacPherson H, Davis R, Harris RE, Napadow V, Wayne PM, Milley RJ, Lao L, Stener-Victorin E, Kong JT, Hammerschlag R. Manual and electrical needle stimulation in acupuncture research: pitfalls and challenges of heterogeneity. J Altern Complement Med. 2015 Mar; 21(3):113-28. PMID: 25710206; PMCID: PMC4855731.
  12. Langevin H. Langevin's response to Stecco's fascial nomenclature editorial. J Bodyw Mov Ther. 2014 Jul; 18(3):444. PMID: 25042318.
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  13. Fox JR, Gray W, Koptiuch C, Badger GJ, Langevin HM. Anisotropic tissue motion induced by acupuncture needling along intermuscular connective tissue planes. J Altern Complement Med. 2014 Apr; 20(4):290-4. PMID: 24593827; PMCID: PMC3995146.
  14. Langevin HM. Acupuncture, connective tissue, and peripheral sensory modulation. Crit Rev Eukaryot Gene Expr. 2014; 24(3):249-53. PMID: 25072149.
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  15. Langevin HM, Fujita T, Bouffard NA, Takano T, Koptiuch C, Badger GJ, Nedergaard M. Fibroblast cytoskeletal remodeling induced by tissue stretch involves ATP signaling. J Cell Physiol. 2013 Sep; 228(9):1922-6. PMID: 23460361; PMCID: PMC3874839.
  16. Langevin HM, Nedergaard M, Howe AK. Cellular control of connective tissue matrix tension. J Cell Biochem. 2013 Aug; 114(8):1714-9. PMID: 23444198; PMCID: PMC3746739.
  17. Snapp RR, Goveia E, Peet L, Bouffard NA, Badger GJ, Langevin HM. Spatial organization of fibroblast nuclear chromocenters: component tree analysis. J Anat. 2013 Sep; 223(3):255-61. PMID: 23848307; PMCID: PMC3884678.
  18. Goldman N, Chandler-Militello D, Langevin HM, Nedergaard M, Takano T. Purine receptor mediated actin cytoskeleton remodeling of human fibroblasts. Cell Calcium. 2013 Apr; 53(4):297-301. PMID: 23462235; PMCID: PMC3601548.
  19. Abbott RD, Koptiuch C, Iatridis JC, Howe AK, Badger GJ, Langevin HM. Stress and matrix-responsive cytoskeletal remodeling in fibroblasts. J Cell Physiol. 2013 Jan; 228(1):50-7. PMID: 22552950; PMCID: PMC3414643.
  20. Abbott RD, Howe AK, Langevin HM, Iatridis JC. Live free or die: stretch-induced apoptosis occurs when adaptive reorientation of annulus fibrosus cells is restricted. Biochem Biophys Res Commun. 2012 May 04; 421(2):361-6. PMID: 22516752; PMCID: PMC3348381.
  21. Davis RT, Churchill DL, Badger GJ, Dunn J, Langevin HM. A new method for quantifying the needling component of acupuncture treatments. Acupunct Med. 2012 Jun; 30(2):113-9. PMID: 22427464; PMCID: PMC3375586.
  22. Corey SM, Vizzard MA, Bouffard NA, Badger GJ, Langevin HM. Stretching of the back improves gait, mechanical sensitivity and connective tissue inflammation in a rodent model. PLoS One. 2012; 7(1):e29831. PMID: 22238664; PMCID: PMC3253101.
  23. Wu J, Chen D, Langevin HM, Nyborg WL. Interaction between parallel polymer fibers insonificated by ultrasound of low/mild intensity: an analytical theory and experiments. Ultrasonics. 2012 Mar; 52(3):417-21. PMID: 22099253.
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  24. Langevin HM, Fox JR, Koptiuch C, Badger GJ, Greenan-Naumann AC, Bouffard NA, Konofagou EE, Lee WN, Triano JJ, Henry SM. Reduced thoracolumbar fascia shear strain in human chronic low back pain. BMC Musculoskelet Disord. 2011 Sep 19; 12:203. PMID: 21929806; PMCID: PMC3189915.
  25. Park JJ, Akazawa M, Ahn J, Beckman-Harned S, Lin FC, Lee K, Fine J, Davis RT, Langevin H. Acupuncture sensation during ultrasound guided acupuncture needling. Acupunct Med. 2011 Dec; 29(4):257-65. PMID: 21642648; PMCID: PMC4196666.
  26. Langevin HM, Bouffard NA, Fox JR, Palmer BM, Wu J, Iatridis JC, Barnes WD, Badger GJ, Howe AK. Fibroblast cytoskeletal remodeling contributes to connective tissue tension. J Cell Physiol. 2011 May; 226(5):1166-75. PMID: 20945345; PMCID: PMC3053527.
  27. Corey SM, Vizzard MA, Badger GJ, Langevin HM. Sensory innervation of the nonspecialized connective tissues in the low back of the rat. Cells Tissues Organs. 2011; 194(6):521-30. PMID: 21411968; PMCID: PMC3238034.
  28. Langevin HM, Wayne PM, Macpherson H, Schnyer R, Milley RM, Napadow V, Lao L, Park J, Harris RE, Cohen M, Sherman KJ, Haramati A, Hammerschlag R. Paradoxes in acupuncture research: strategies for moving forward. Evid Based Complement Alternat Med. 2011; 2011:180805. PMID: 20976074; PMCID: PMC2957136.
  29. Ahn AC, Park M, Shaw JR, McManus CA, Kaptchuk TJ, Langevin HM. Electrical impedance of acupuncture meridians: the relevance of subcutaneous collagenous bands. PLoS One. 2010 Jul 30; 5(7):e11907. PMID: 20689594; PMCID: PMC2912845.
  30. Berman BM, Langevin HM, Witt CM, Dubner R. Acupuncture for chronic low back pain. N Engl J Med. 2010 Jul 29; 363(5):454-61. PMID: 20818865.
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  31. Langevin HM, Storch KN, Snapp RR, Bouffard NA, Badger GJ, Howe AK, Taatjes DJ. Tissue stretch induces nuclear remodeling in connective tissue fibroblasts. Histochem Cell Biol. 2010 Apr; 133(4):405-15. PMID: 20237796; PMCID: PMC2880391.
  32. Langevin HM, Huijing PA. Communicating about fascia: history, pitfalls, and recommendations. Int J Ther Massage Bodywork. 2009 Dec 07; 2(4):3-8. PMID: 21589739; PMCID: PMC3091474.
  33. Langevin HM, Stevens-Tuttle D, Fox JR, Badger GJ, Bouffard NA, Krag MH, Wu J, Henry SM. Ultrasound evidence of altered lumbar connective tissue structure in human subjects with chronic low back pain. BMC Musculoskelet Disord. 2009 Dec 03; 10:151. PMID: 19958536; PMCID: PMC2796643.
  34. Wayne PM, Hammerschlag R, Langevin HM, Napadow V, Park JJ, Schnyer RN. Resolving paradoxes in acupuncture research: a roundtable discussion. J Altern Complement Med. 2009 Sep; 15(9):1039-44. PMID: 19757981.
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  35. Schnyer R, Lao L, Hammerschlag R, Wayne P, Langevin HM, Napadow V, Harris R, Park J, Milley R, Cohen M, MacPherson H. Society for Acupuncture Research: 2007 conference report: "The status and future of acupuncture research: 10 years post-NIH Consensus Conference". J Altern Complement Med. 2008 Sep; 14(7):859-60. PMID: 18803494; PMCID: PMC3155094.
  36. Napadow V, Ahn A, Longhurst J, Lao L, Stener-Victorin E, Harris R, Langevin HM. The status and future of acupuncture mechanism research. J Altern Complement Med. 2008 Sep; 14(7):861-9. PMID: 18803495; PMCID: PMC3155097.
  37. Ahn AC, Colbert AP, Anderson BJ, Martinsen OG, Hammerschlag R, Cina S, Wayne PM, Langevin HM. Electrical properties of acupuncture points and meridians: a systematic review. Bioelectromagnetics. 2008 May; 29(4):245-56. PMID: 18240287.
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  38. Bouffard NA, Cutroneo KR, Badger GJ, White SL, Buttolph TR, Ehrlich HP, Stevens-Tuttle D, Langevin HM. Tissue stretch decreases soluble TGF-beta1 and type-1 procollagen in mouse subcutaneous connective tissue: evidence from ex vivo and in vivo models. J Cell Physiol. 2008 Feb; 214(2):389-95. PMID: 17654495; PMCID: PMC3065715.
  39. Whittaker JL, Teyhen DS, Elliott JM, Cook K, Langevin HM, Dahl HH, Stokes M. Rehabilitative ultrasound imaging: understanding the technology and its applications. J Orthop Sports Phys Ther. 2007 Aug; 37(8):434-49. PMID: 17877280.
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  40. Langevin HM, Rizzo DM, Fox JR, Badger GJ, Wu J, Konofagou EE, Stevens-Tuttle D, Bouffard NA, Krag MH. Dynamic morphometric characterization of local connective tissue network structure in humans using ultrasound. BMC Syst Biol. 2007 Jun 05; 1:25. PMID: 17550618; PMCID: PMC1913929.
  41. Langevin HM, Bouffard NA, Churchill DL, Badger GJ. Connective tissue fibroblast response to acupuncture: dose-dependent effect of bidirectional needle rotation. J Altern Complement Med. 2007 Apr; 13(3):355-60. PMID: 17480137; PMCID: PMC3065718.
  42. Storch KN, Taatjes DJ, Bouffard NA, Locknar S, Bishop NM, Langevin HM. Alpha smooth muscle actin distribution in cytoplasm and nuclear invaginations of connective tissue fibroblasts. Histochem Cell Biol. 2007 May; 127(5):523-30. PMID: 17310383.
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  43. Langevin HM, Sherman KJ. Pathophysiological model for chronic low back pain integrating connective tissue and nervous system mechanisms. Med Hypotheses. 2007; 68(1):74-80. PMID: 16919887.
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  44. Langevin HM, Bouffard NA, Badger GJ, Churchill DL, Howe AK. Subcutaneous tissue fibroblast cytoskeletal remodeling induced by acupuncture: evidence for a mechanotransduction-based mechanism. J Cell Physiol. 2006 Jun; 207(3):767-74. PMID: 16511830.
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  45. Langevin HM. Connective tissue: a body-wide signaling network? Med Hypotheses. 2006; 66(6):1074-7. PMID: 16483726.
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  46. Langevin HM, Storch KN, Cipolla MJ, White SL, Buttolph TR, Taatjes DJ. Fibroblast spreading induced by connective tissue stretch involves intracellular redistribution of alpha- and beta-actin. Histochem Cell Biol. 2006 May; 125(5):487-95. PMID: 16416024.
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  47. Ahn AC, Wu J, Badger GJ, Hammerschlag R, Langevin HM. Electrical impedance along connective tissue planes associated with acupuncture meridians. BMC Complement Altern Med. 2005 May 09; 5:10. PMID: 15882468; PMCID: PMC1142259.
  48. Konofagou EE, Langevin HM. Using ultrasound to understand acupuncture. Acupuncture needle manipulation and its effect on connective tissue. IEEE Eng Med Biol Mag. 2005 Mar-Apr; 24(2):41-6. PMID: 15825844.
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  49. Langevin HM, Bouffard NA, Badger GJ, Iatridis JC, Howe AK. Dynamic fibroblast cytoskeletal response to subcutaneous tissue stretch ex vivo and in vivo. Am J Physiol Cell Physiol. 2005 Mar; 288(3):C747-56. PMID: 15496476.
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  50. Langevin HM, Konofagou EE, Badger GJ, Churchill DL, Fox JR, Ophir J, Garra BS. Tissue displacements during acupuncture using ultrasound elastography techniques. Ultrasound Med Biol. 2004 Sep; 30(9):1173-83. PMID: 15550321.
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  51. Langevin HM, Cornbrooks CJ, Taatjes DJ. Fibroblasts form a body-wide cellular network. Histochem Cell Biol. 2004 Jul; 122(1):7-15. PMID: 15221410.
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  52. Langevin HM, Badger GJ, Povolny BK, Davis RT, Johnston AC, Sherman KJ, Kahn JR, Kaptchuk TJ. Yin scores and yang scores: A new method for quantitative diagnostic evaluation in traditional Chinese medicine research. J Altern Complement Med. 2004 Apr; 10(2):389-95; discussion 387. PMID: 15165421.
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  53. Hammerschlag R, Culliton PD, Langevin HM, Lao L. A new partnership: the Society for Acupuncture Research and the Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine. J Altern Complement Med. 2003 Dec; 9(6):807-8. PMID: 14736349.
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  54. Iatridis JC, Wu J, Yandow JA, Langevin HM. Subcutaneous tissue mechanical behavior is linear and viscoelastic under uniaxial tension. Connect Tissue Res. 2003; 44(5):208-17. PMID: 14660091.
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  55. Langevin HM, Yandow JA. Relationship of acupuncture points and meridians to connective tissue planes. Anat Rec. 2002 Dec 15; 269(6):257-65. PMID: 12467083.
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  56. Langevin HM, Churchill DL, Wu J, Badger GJ, Yandow JA, Fox JR, Krag MH. Evidence of connective tissue involvement in acupuncture. FASEB J. 2002 Jun; 16(8):872-4. PMID: 11967233.
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  57. Langevin HM, Churchill DL, Fox JR, Badger GJ, Garra BS, Krag MH. Biomechanical response to acupuncture needling in humans. J Appl Physiol (1985). 2001 Dec; 91(6):2471-8. PMID: 11717207.
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  58. Langevin HM, Churchill DL, Cipolla MJ. Mechanical signaling through connective tissue: a mechanism for the therapeutic effect of acupuncture. FASEB J. 2001 Oct; 15(12):2275-82. PMID: 11641255.
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  59. Langevin HM, Vaillancourt PD. Acupuncture: does it work and, if so, how? Semin Clin Neuropsychiatry. 1999 Jul; 4(3):167-75. PMID: 10498784.
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  60. Vaillancourt PD, Langevin HM. Painful peripheral neuropathies. Med Clin North Am. 1999 May; 83(3):627-42, vi. PMID: 10386118.
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  61. Ladenson PW, Langevin H, Michener M. Plasma atriopeptin concentrations in hyperthyroidism, euthyroidism, and hypothyroidism: studies in man and rat. J Clin Endocrinol Metab. 1987 Dec; 65(6):1172-6. PMID: 2960689.
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  62. Favrod-Coune CA, Gaillard RC, Langevin H, Jaquier MC, Dolci W, Muller AF. Anatomical localization of corticotropin-releasing activity in the human brain. Life Sci. 1986 Dec 22; 39(25):2475-81. PMID: 3025537.
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  63. Ghatei MA, Bloom SR, Langevin H, McGregor GP, Lee YC, Adrian TE, O'Shaughnessy DJ, Blank MA, Uttenthal LO. Regional distribution of bombesin and seven other regulatory peptides in the human brain. Brain Res. 1984 Feb 13; 293(1):101-9. PMID: 6200182.
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  64. Poulin E, Langevin H, Vallières E, Boursier M. [Prognostic nutritional index and delayed hypersensitivity tests as a means of predicting hospital morbidity and mortality]. Union Med Can. 1983 Jan; 112(1):18-21. PMID: 6836772.
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  65. Poulin E, Langevin H. [Home hyperalimentation through the digestive tract]. Can J Surg. 1982 Sep; 25(5):584-9. PMID: 6811125.
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  66. Langevin H, Emson PC. Distribution of substance P, somatostatin and neurotensin in the human hypothalamus. Brain Res. 1982 Aug 19; 246(1):65-9. PMID: 6181851.
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  67. Emson PC, Rehfeld JF, Langevin H, Rossor M. Reduction in cholecystokinin-like immunoreactivity in the basal ganglia in Huntington's disease. Brain Res. 1980 Oct 06; 198(2):497-500. PMID: 6447532.
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  68. Langevin H, Iversen LL. A new method for the microdissection of the human hypothalamus, with mapping of cholinergic, GABA and catecholamine systems in twelve nuclei and areas. Brain. 1980 Sep; 103(3):623-38. PMID: 6106522.
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  69. Averback P, Langevin H. Corpora amylacea of the lumbar spinal cord and peripheral nervous system. Arch Neurol. 1978 Feb; 35(2):95-6. PMID: 203253.
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  70. Ménard BS, Langevin H, Phoenix PE. [The emergency and out-patient psychiatry consultation in the general hospital]. Laval Med. 1969 Nov; 40(9):874-80. PMID: 5366591.
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  71. St-Hilaire JM, Langevin H. [Acute intermittent porphyria. Etiopathogenic and therapeutic considerations]. Union Med Can. 1968 Sep; 97(9):1266-9. PMID: 5758636.
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  72. Langevin H, Fortin JN, Léonard F. [The use of thioridazine in an emergency and home care psychiatric service]. Can Psychiatr Assoc J. 1966 Aug; 11(4):314-23. PMID: 5967400.
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  73. Langevin H, Fortin JN, Leonard F, Menard BS. A psychiatric home care program: a report based on three years' experience (1962-1964). Can Med Assoc J. 1966 Mar 26; 94(13):650-5. PMID: 5907947; PMCID: PMC1935376.
  74. LANGEVIN H. [USE OF HYPNOTICS IN PSYCHIATRIC TREATMENT AT HOME]. Union Med Can. 1965 Mar; 94:373-5. PMID: 14331406.
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  75. MARTY N, LANGEVIN H, HUBERT P. [Study of radiations emitted by 126/53 I]. C R Hebd Seances Acad Sci. 1953 Mar 16; 236(11):1153-5. PMID: 13059957.
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