Adrienne McCallister

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It is well established that pacemaker neurons in the brainstem provide automatic control of breathing for metabolic homeostasis and survival. During waking spontaneous breathing, cognitive and emotional demands can modulate the intrinsic brainstem respiratory rhythm. However the neural circuitry mediating this modulation is unknown. Studies of supra-pontine(More)
CONTEXT Pain is one of the most common postpartum complaints by women in the United States, and the pain varies in its location. Research on intervention strategies for postpartum pain has focused primarily on the lower back, but pain management for other types of postpartum pain remains unclear. OBJECTIVE To investigate the effects of osteopathic(More)
Somatic dysfunction caused by traumatic brain injury (TBI) may be managed by osteopathic manipulative treatment (OMT). In this case report, the authors describe 2 patients with severe TBI who were each treated with OMT in a level-1 regional trauma center. Both patients received OMT beginning in the acute care phase of injury. Somatic dysfunction improved(More)
  • Brasure, Lamberty Gj, +36 authors Do Facos
  • 2016
Recent research has identified functioning lymphatic vessels running parallel to the dural venous sinuses—these lymphatic vessels carry immune cells and fluid from the cerebrospinal fluid (CSF).24 These vessels may act as the link between the intraparenchymal glymphatic and the extracranial lymphatic systems.24 Authors recently described this glymphatic(More)
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