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Diffuse axonal injury is a primary feature of head trauma and is one of the most frequent causes of mortality and morbidity. Diffuse axonal injury is microscopic in nature and difficult or impossible to detect with imaging techniques. The objective of the present study was to determine whether axonal injury in head trauma patients could be quantified by(More)
The present report elucidates the movement of 201Tl through the cerebrospinal fluid compartment and its subsequent uptake by normal brain. Autoradiographic studies of rat brain, after stereotaxic 201Tl injection into either the lateral or fourth ventricle, reveal that 201Tl moves freely through the cerebrospinal and extracellular fluid compartments.(More)
In 1986, a pilot Phase I/II project was initiated using Iodine-125 labeled anti-epidermal growth factor receptor-425 in the treatment of patients with recurrent glioblastoma multiforme of the brain. The monoclonal antibody was administered intra-arterially by the internal carotid arterial system or the vertebral arterial system depending upon the blood(More)
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