Christopher L. Taylor

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Cingulate cortex and related areas of the thalamus are critically involved in the mediation of discriminative avoidance learning, wherein rabbits step in response to an acoustic conditional stimulus (CS+) to avoid foot shock and they learn to ignore a different acoustic stimulus (CS-) not followed by shock. Studies of multi-unit neuronal activity recorded(More)
BACKGROUND This report provides a rare documentation of spontaneous thrombosis of a ruptured aneurysm followed by delayed recanalization and subsequent rerupture. CASE DESCRIPTION A 47-year-old female presented with spontaneous subarachnoid hemorrhage (SAH). Four aneurysms were identified on CT angiogram including a basilar apex aneurysm, considered(More)
Purpose. We report a case of a 60-year-old male who underwent sequential Onyx embolizations of a cerebral arteriovenous malformation (AVM) which we implicate as the most likely etiology of subsequent acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS). Methods. Case report and literature review. Results. Shortly after the second Onyx embolization procedure, the(More)
Neuronal activity was recorded in the cingulate cortex and the limbic thalamus in Dutch-belted rabbits (Oryctolagus cuniculus) exposed to cocaine (8 mg/kg/day i.v.) or saline in utero during acquisition and reversal learning of a discriminative avoidance response. Anterior cingulate cortical excitatory training-induced activity (TIA) was attenuated in(More)
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