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Peripheral nervous system complications of coronary artery bypass graft surgery
Among 421 patients undergoing coronary artery bypass graft surgery, 55 (13%) developed 63 new peripheral nervous system (PNS) complications postoperatively. Most common was a brachialExpand
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Ischemic optic neuropathy
Ischemic optic neuropathy followed cardiopulmonary bypass surgery in the postoperative period in 7 of 7685 consecutive procedures. The visual loss was unilateral in four patients and bilateral inExpand
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Fast axonal transport in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
Fast transport of intra-axonal organelles was studied in motor nerve from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) patients. Organelle traffic in ALS nerves demonstrated a significant increase inExpand
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Malignant lymphoma of the central nervous system: A case of primary spinal intramedullary involvement
Primary involvement of the spinal cord in malignant lymphoma is rare. Clinical and pathologic features of a case of malignant lymphoma initially involving the spinal cord and subsequently oneExpand
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Radicular vessels are the most probable source of needle‐induced blood in lumbar puncture. Significance for the thrombocytopenic cancer patient
Despite knowledge of the bleeding hazard to thrombocytopenic cancer patients undergoing lumbar puncture (LP), a retrospective analysis of physician behavior at one hospital revealed no consistent useExpand
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Neurons from fetal rat brain in a new cell culture system: A multidisciplinary analysis
A new culture system for cells from the mammalian brain was developed by a modification of a previously established technique. This modification involved the use of fluorodeoxyuridine and adult horseExpand
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Mechanism and frequency of brachial plexus injury in open-heart surgery: a prospective analysis.
A computer-assisted prospective analysis of 531 patients undergoing open-heart operations revealed that 26 patients (5%) sustained brachial plexus injury. In 22 of the 26 patients (85%), the lesionExpand
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Rapid vesicle formation and aggregation in abnormal human biles: A time-lapse video-enhanced contrast microscopy study
Rapid nucleation of cholesterol crystals has previously been shown to provide a sharp discrimination between abnormal (cholesterol gallstone-associated) and normal human gallbladder bile. In theExpand
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Paraparesis following intrathecal cytosine arabinoside. A case report with neuropathologic findings
A 65‐year‐old white male with acute myelogenous leukemia received whole brain irradiation (2550 rads) and intrathecal cytosine arabinoside for CNS prophylaxis. Bone marrow remission had beenExpand
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Computer analysis of organelle translocation in primary neuronal cultures and continuous cell lines
Organelle translocation in a number of cell types in tissue culture as seen by high-resolution Zeiss-Nomarski differential interference contrast optics was filmed and analyzed by computer. PrincipalExpand
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