Eduardo Grossmann

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The time course of recovery of locomotor function was examined with kinematic analysis and muscle recordings in larval lampreys 2-32 weeks after rostral spinal cord transection at the level of the third gill (approximately 10% of body length, BL). Animals began to recover locomotor movements within 2-4 weeks of spinal cord transection, but the amplitude of(More)
This research aims to examine the presence of osteophyte in patients with arthrogenic temporomandibular disorders through magnetic resonance imaging (MRI); to investigate the influence of sex and clinical symptoms in its prevalence; and the position of the osteophytes in the condyle. The study was based on 100 MRI and on reports of patients, which(More)
Cerebral palsy (CP) is a term employed to define a group of non-progressive neuromotor disorders caused by damage to the immature or developing brain, with consequent limitations regarding movement and posture. CP may impair orapharygeal muscle tone, leading to a compromised chewing function and to sleep disorders (such as obstructive sleep apnea). Thirteen(More)
Ear acupuncture works by reducing painful sensations with analgesic effect through microsystem therapy and has been demonstrated to be as effective as conventional therapies in the control of facial pain. This clinical trial aimed to evaluate the adjuvant action of auricular acupuncture through an observation of the evolution of temporomandibular and(More)
The effect of benzodiazepines (BZP) on melatonin release was investigated in the pineal gland of the rainbow trout, Oncorhynchus mykiss, maintained under in vitro perifusion culture conditions. Melatonin and the methoxyindoles 5-methoxytryptophol (5-MTOL), 5-methoxyindoleacetic acid (5-MIAA), and 5-methoxytryptamine (5-MT) were determined directly in(More)
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