Bayleigh E. Benner

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Occipital neuralgia syndromes have been ascribed to a great many pathological alterations, some demonstrable and some hypothetical. Recently, occipital neuralgia has been attributed to developmental and posttraumatic lesions in the cervicocranial junction region, with the nerve roots at C-1 and C-2 considered to be the principal pain pathways. The authors(More)
Gelatinous zooplankton, such as ctenophores and jellyfish, are important components of marine and brackish ecosystems and play critical roles in aquatic biogeochemistry. As voracious predators of plankton, ctenophores have key positions in aquatic food webs and are often successful invaders when introduced to new areas. Gelatinous zooplankton have strong(More)
Theiler’s murine encephalomyelitis virus (TMEV) infects the central nervous system of mice and causes a demyelinating disease that is a model for multiple sclerosis. During the chronic phase of the disease, TMEV persists in oligodendrocytes and macrophages. Lack of remyelination has been attributed to insufficient proliferation and differentiation of(More)
13 children, ages 11-16 years, sustained severe compression fractures or fracture dislocations of the thoracolumbar spine. All cases were treated with Harrington instrumentation with fusion and six also had decompressive laminectomy. All injuries had significant instability and neurologic deficits (nine complete). Follow-up of 2-10 years is provided for(More)
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