Christopher Tice

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The development and normal function of the cerebrum is largely dependent on sub-cortical structures, such as the cerebellum and basal ganglia. Dysfunction in these areas can affect both the nonspecific arousal system and information transfer in the brain. Dysfunction of this sort often results in motor and sensory symptoms commonly seen in children with(More)
Transport characteristics of antipyrine (AP), 22Na+, and tritiated water (THO) were assessed in dog lungs by multiple indicator-dilution experiments in vivo with anesthesia and in isolated perfused preparations before and after alveolar flooding. In controls, outflow patterns of AP and THO were nearly identical. In flooding, AP and THO patterns separated.(More)
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